Handy Library – Book Organizer MODDED 2022

v2.6.5.2 - Mar 15, 2022

Catalog your books by barcode scanning (ISBN). Not an e-book reader app.
4.4/5 Votos: 7,421
v2.6.5.2 - Mar 15, 2022
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There’s no need to own a computer and a barcode scanner to manage books in a small library, the Handy Library app has almost features to replace them.
Scan ISBN the first time to get a book’s details from the Internet and add it to your library, scan the next time to view the book, write a note, or lend to someone.
This app helps you to catalog your book collection (or a small library) in a convenient way.


***Free 100 books***

Use cases
+ Manage a personal book collection or a home library,
+ Build a small public library, a class library, or a church library,
+ Inventory a library,
+ Manage books in a bookstore,
+ People who often lend books to their friends, or borrow books from a library.
+ Organize items in a bookcase or cabinet.

Organize your bookshelves
Map your physical bookshelves with the virtual bookshelves in the app one by one for easy organizing. And arrange your books into individual bookshelves.

Key Features
+ Easy adding a book to your library by scanning barcode (ISBN), searching from the Internet or manual input.
+ Write your note for a book;
+ Share a book link to your friends;
+ Look for a book that already exists in your library by scan its ISBN code, or input a keyword (title, author, ISBN);
+ Sort books in your library by various options like: title, author, series, added date, published year,…
+ Keep track of books that you lent to or borrowed from your friends and remind you when a book is overdue;
+ Manage your wish list;

Powerful filter
The feature is used to filter which books have the same publisher, authors, genres, rating, published year,…or were marked as read, favorite.

Inventory your library
The statistic feature shows all information about your library such as: number of books, total value, the most common genres, reading status. And allows you to view your purchase report in history.

Export or import data
The app can export all your books or a bookshelf to a XLS file or CSV file. And you can import a XLS file or CSV file to your library data after editing the import file to have the same column format as the export file of the app.

Keep your data private and safe
All library data is saved at your local device, and the app does not save your data on cloud. Users could create a backup to their Google Drive account and restore anytime.

Service resources
The app uses many book APIs from third-party services to get book details like Goodreads, Amazon, Google book, OpenLibrary, WorldCat,…

The free version limits the maximum number of books is 100.
Upgrade to the Premium version to add an unlimited number of books.
You only pay one time for a lifetime license.
And the premium version is activated on any Android device logged on with your purchased account (Google account), and doesn’t limit the number of devices.

⚑Upcoming features
+ Adding the new fields: date started reading and date finished reading,…
+ Synchronize with the Google Sheet application

You can also use this app to catalog other collections like: comic, manga, board game, file document, sheet music,…

■ Supported 26 languages: Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese (Simple), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Thai, Romanian, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

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– Instagram: instagram.com/handylibraryapp

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Version -
- Improve the taking cover photo feature,
- Bug fixes
Version 2.6.5:
- Sorting feature improvements,
- Searching books in a library by genre, just type: "gen:keyword",
- Allow adding more authors of a book,
- Moving the cover photos folder to the app-specific storage for devices running on Android 11 and later.


4 comentarios en "Handy Library – Book Organizer MODDED 2022"

  1. Baaye Fevens dice:

    Still love this app and find it more and more useful as I continue to grow my personal library. What really made me change my review from 4 to 5 stars is their tech support. I had an issue backing up the app as I am about to upgrade my phone. We went back and forth a few times, ultimately solving the issue. The person I worked with was truly wonderful to deal with. I wish all support people were this good. Thank You for all your help!

  2. Leah Tucker dice:

    So far, this has been a great app. Easy to use. Perfectly organizing my large collection. Allows me to manually input my more obscure or vintage/antique books with easy and add an image of their cover. The notes section gives me a place to tell where on my physical shelves is located while still utilizing the genre shelving system. I’ve only been using it for about an hour, so I’m sure there’s more to it… but so far it’s great.

  3. Erin McCarthy dice:

    I really enjoy this app. Sometimes the scanner doesn’t read or brings up the wrong book, but a simple search usually brings them up. Almost never have to manually put the information in. I really wish that there was a way to choose from different covers when it brings up the wrong art for your book instead of having to take a picture. It would also be great if we could have a secondary sort as well, such as author and then series.

  4. Angie McClelland dice:

    Liking what I’m seeing thus far with custom shelves and the ability to add comments. My one issue thus far is that when the format is changed to audio, it doesn’t change the ‘pages’ section to length. This wouldn’t be too much a problem, but as that field only accepts numbers, I can’t even enter an accurate time (for example: 24:22:31). This would be a very helpful change and I hope you consider it. Thank you!

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