I needed a way of keeping track of which DVDs I own so that I didn’t accidentally buy two copies of anything. One long weekend of programming later produced Disccat for Android based phones.
Now available on the Android market. Scan the barcode below, or search for DiscCat in the Market search to download.
If you do not have market access on your Android device, you can download the APK [download id=”1″ format=”1″]. This APK is updated rarely, and it will not update automatically on your phone, so if you do have Market access, please use it.
Disccat is a simple DVD/Blu-ray/HDDVD catalogue. You can add discs to your database by scanning them in using Barcode Reader (if you do not have this already, Disccat will offer to install it the first time you try and scan a barcode) and if upcdatabase.com has that title it will download the disc information. If upcdatabase.com does not have the disc in its catalogue, it can upload the disc info once you have typed it in for other users to download in the future.
This app is completely free, but if you do wish to contribute something you can do so via Paypal.
If you have Barcode Scanner installed you can scan the following barcode to download it to your phone directly. You can also click on the barcode to visit the Android Market website for my app.