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iCollect Movies adds cloud sync and sharing

Hooked in Motion has released an update to its movie cataloguing application, iCollect Movies, adding online synchronization and sharing features. iCollect Movies allows users to manage their movie collection directly on their iOS device with features such as automated lookup for adding movies, integrated barcode scanning, links to IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes and tracking wishlists and loaned movies. Version 3.4 adds the ability to sync the user’s movie database from their device to icollectmedia.com and share their collection with friends and family members’ devices. Users can also backup and restore their collection via the web and update their movie information with the latest information from the developer’s database. The update includes numerous other changes and fixes including revamped settings, a new tutorial section, additional genre and format options, and new movie information fields. iCollect Movies 3.4 is available from the App Store for $3 and is compatible with all devices running iOS 3.0 or later; the barcode scanning feature requires an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4.

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Beware iPhone 3.1.x users, there’s an issue with creating username/password with iCollect Movies 3.4, the virtual keyboard will get stuck on screen.  The same version will also crash the app on iPad 3.2.x if it’s on landscape position. They’re working on a fix right now, else your only option is to upgrade to iOS 4.x.

Posted by Victor on August 13, 2010 at 1:04 PM (PDT)

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