My Stuff - Home Inventory
iOS Universal Utilities
MY STUFF - HOME INVENTORY is a useful, simple to use and fast tool that will allow everyone to quickly create an inventory of all his stuff. And now it's a universal application optimized to run on iPhone, iPod and iPad.
Here some of the main features of the product:
EASILY ORGANIZE ITEMS BY HOMES/PLACES AND ROOMS/LOCATIONS
You can organize your items by home or place and, inside them, by room or location (see application screenshot). You can easily move items from one place to the other within the application.
KEEP AN INVENTORY OF YOUR ITEMS SETTING THE MOST RELEVANT ATTRIBUTES
For each item you can define: name, brand, model, purchase date, warranty expiration date, price and notes. You can also attach either the item or the warranty photo
FORGOT WHERE YOU PUT SOMETHING? FIND IT IN A CLICK
A robust Search section is available. Here you can find items by name, type, room/location and home/place. Ever organized your apartment and forget where your put something? Enter the search section and you'll find it in a click.
EASILY GENERATE, SEND OR PRINT PDF REPORTS FROM YOUR IPAD
You can easily generate a pdf report of all or some of your items in one click. The pdf report can be printed or sent directly from your iPad to your insurance or to be archived for future use
ORGANIZE YOUR ITEMS IN COLLECTIONS
Add your items to personal collections that you will be able to update at any time. Ever lent an object to a friend and, months later, forgot it? It'll never happen again, if you'll add the object to the Lent collection. An item is under warranty? Add it to Warranted collection.
PASSWORD PROTECT ALL YOUR INFORMATION
Keep secure and private all your item information protecting the application access with a password
If you have any issue or suggestion, please email directly to: email@example.com. If you write directly to us, we'll be able to better address your issues and questions, answering directly back to you.
- Reviewed user interface
- Added items photos to pdf exported file