Bibliophiles of the world, unite! If you have ever had difficulty organizing the (mental) stack of books you want to buy / read, the app Book Track can be an excellent solution.
Recently released for iOS and macOS, the developer app Simone Montalto it’s a hand in the wheel for those who can’t stand to see a launch on the shelves or that title you’ve been dating for a long time.
Book Track operation is very simple: in the first tab, called «Library», you can check all your saved books and you can assign tags them (labels like “to buy”, “to read” or “read next”). The other tab, «Wish List», gathers all books marked with the tag «to buy»; so you always have all the books that interest you just a few taps away.
In the top bar of the application, the “+” button allows you to add new books to your lists – this can be done by title, author, ISBN code, by reading the book’s barcode or by manual entry. And, even though the app (yet?) Is not available in Portuguese, it is possible to add titles in any language to your lists, since Book Track uses the international book identification system.
It is worth noting that all of your lists are synchronized by iCloud, so you will have the same content in all instances of the app open on devices connected to your account. The Book Track can be purchased at the App Store and Mac App Store for R $ 8 / each.
It is worth checking! ?