Scan & search vinyl, CDs, cassettes, MP3s, and any other format of your
favourite albums and singles. Choose from over 12 million releases to add to
your Collection or Wantlist, organised by folders. Sell your vinyl on the
Discogs Marketplace and manage your listings. - Scan barcodes...
Almost the perfect crate digging app
First of all the UI is beautiful and I find it much easier to use than the native Discogs app. However all of these vinyl collection and want list apps are missing a key feature for shopping for vinyl. I NEED to be able to sort my want list by Genre first and then by alphabetical order. This is how almost every record store in the world is laid out. It is so hard not having genre as a top level filter followed by alphabetical. I have to sort my entire list and dig through it every time in each section to a store. It’s hard to do at a store. Please consider adding the genre sort for want list with a sub sort? It would make this a 5 star app for sure if you did. Another nice to have feature would be allowing us to see any comments on each release from Discogs. Even linking to them like you do marketplace would be fine. Thanks for considering these updates.
Great for certain things
When adding by barcode or catalog number, this is a phenomenal piece of software and I love the integration with Discog. My only issue which is the same issue I’ve had with other collection database software, is that adding items (to collection or wishlist) via the search function is not easy. For example, let’s say I want to add Pink Floyd - The Wall on vinyl via the search function. It’s not easy. There are dozens, if not hundreds of results, and it’s not easy to choose the appropriate title to add. Would love to see this resolved somehow, although I don’t know if there is a practical solution. Otherwise, love the app!
Barcode scan doesn’t find results
I just downloaded the app and decided to start playing. After logging into my Discogs account I tried scanning the barcode‘s of three albums, two of which are very common. The first album was Emily Estefan‘s “Take Whatever You Want.“ This might not be as common as most so when the barcode scan found no results I moved on. I next scanned Mudcrutch. Again, no results. I was slightly surprised with the popularity of Tom Petty. Finally I scanned the barcode of the new “A Star is Born” lp. Again no results. Find this rather surprising.
Best in class
An especially elegant app that makes it a breeze to catalogue my library. The way it presents my collection makes it a great way to decide what to listen to, and the developer is very responsive to the community!
Like a lot but somethings I don’t understand
Can’t seem to add something to a folder within the app? Can this only be done via Discogs website? I have so many uncategorized albums that never seem to go under their proper band titled collection and there doesn’t seem to be a way to add them. A giant add to folder button would be wonderful. Also when creating a folder it doesn’t seem to make one. Any help on this will great appreciated. Thanks for doing this app!!
Nice design. Needs some work.
Design is great and love the estimated worth of your collection! However, I found several bugs during my first encounter. Folders lagged behind adding items to them (has to close and open the app to see them) and resetting search filters didn’t reset search filter. In addition, I had three unscannable albums in a row which i not able to find them in my manual search. One was Paul Simon’s Graceland on vinyl. Seemed like an easy hit.
I am not finding this user friendly. I set up files in which to place my vinyl. My logic is click on the file enter the info for my record. I don’t see how to do it. I’ve clicked on everything in sight to try and enter artist, album and can’t figure it out. I just want an app where I can keep track of what I’ve purchased. I got 3 entered and can’t for the life of me figure out how I did it. It seems to me it should be more straight forward on data entry or maybe I’m missing something obvious.
You have to pay to add more than one record to your collection. Lol okay sure, I’ll just go back to using Google Keep. It’s also incredibly frustrating to use because when you search for an artist or album, the search results list every single LP and EP ever released, including multiple versions of the exact same record. Way too much trouble, especially if you expect me to pay for it (lol how dishonest can you be? It’s free! Until you want to add more than one record.)
Good Design, New release improved greatly
I really like this app and the design and vibe is way nicer than the Discogs app. I like the folder system and appreciate the general design. Developer made some great fixes in most recent release. Still some small tweaks needed to make the presentation perfect, but overall good.
Loving the app. Thanks for making it! I love the UI. The functionality is immensely better than the official discogs app.
Could be much better
It’s a little buggy and shuts down sometimes. It would be great if there was a search for records in My VinylBox or in my folders. Also, even better if we can export this via email or spreadsheets. Please upgrade so I can give 5 stars!
Entire Functionality is Pay-Gated
Adding two or more albums requires purchasing a $3 iAP called “Pro”. I haven’t even determined how I want to use this app, and if it has any value to me, how could I already commit to paying money? To be clear, I’m not against paying money for this, you’ve just placed the gate in front of functionality that’s way to fundamental.
Nice interface but it doesn’t work
I really like the way this app looks but it crashes every time I refresh my collection or try to open a collection folder. It’s also harder to filter than the Discogs app. I usually filter so I’m only seeing US vinyl but I can’t even figure out how to do that on VinylBox.
Functions much better than the official Discogs app
Download this instead of Discogs buggy mess. Cheers
Never kept my records so organized and cataloged till start using this app, excelent.
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