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Comics

Comics 2.0.11

Comics is an advanced comics organizer that allows you to take trace of your collections. With the most Mac-like interface available, Comics make collect as simple, fun, and easy as it can possibly be.Limitations:WebSearch result...

Cadent wineCellar provides a unique application for storing, viewing and retrieving information about your wine collection. This powerful program enables you to not only store and retrieve information about your collection, but to view your collection as...

Game Hunter is a free application for Mac OS X Leopard that catalogue, sort, and organize your videogame collection. To save your time Game Hunter can query online database and easily get all information about your favorite games.What is new in this...

Archive

Archive 7.0.4

Archive catalogs the content of your removable media and devices such as CDs, DVDs, Flash Memory Drives, HDs, etc. so you can quickly find the information you are looking for even when those devices are no longer connected to your Mac.Key features...

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DVDTheque

DVDTheque 3.1.5

If you have been looking for a way to manage your personal DVDs collection, you have found it. DVDtheque is the easiest program available for Macintosh. Easy-use design, yet powerful and flexible, DVDtheque allows you to track information from internet....

It's 9 O'clock Friday night, do you know where your blu-rays are? Blu-rayTracker is an free and easy tool that allows you to organize your blu-ray collection on your computer and sync with your online collection at blu-raytracker.com.What is new in this...

MovieFinder

MovieFinder 2.1.3f updated

Easily catalog your movies (movie information and a poster file/DVD cover image are automatically downloaded from IMDb). Keep/browse a queue of movies you or your guests are currently interesting in watching, browse posters, print custom lists. Features...

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EagleData

EagleData 0.59 updated

EagleData is a simple but flexible database which I wrote some years ago for the good old ATARI. It is useful to file your addresses, catalogue your cd-, games-, or video-collection, etc. You can even export your data as html-table and print labels.What...