bookTome

bookTome 1.72

Manage your book collection more effectively

I love reading. My house is full of books and I don't plan to stop buying new ones, so if you're anything like me I guess you'll need a tool like bookTome. View full description

PROS

  • Imports book information from Amazon
  • Several ways to browse the collection
  • Can export the database

CONS

  • The Wish List tool doesn't work properly
  • No loan manager

Good
7

I love reading. My house is full of books and I don't plan to stop buying new ones, so if you're anything like me I guess you'll need a tool like bookTome.

With bookTome you can easily turn your chaotic personal library into a perfectly organized book database with a thorough entry for each one. Don't worry about filling in all those fields: you can import them from Amazon UK, just by entering the title and author of each book.

bookTome lets you browse your collection by author, series or reading status – yes, you can mark books as "currently reading" and "already read". There's also a built-in engine for more refined searches and a wish list tool, though the latter doesn't seem to work properly.

Once you've created your book database with bookTome, you can export it to web format or a CSV file. Being such a complete application, it's surprising it doesn't have such a basic feature as a loan manager.

If you're an avid book reader and collector, bookTome can help you manage your personal library in a very easy way.

bookTome

Download

bookTome 1.72

— User reviews — about bookTome

  • superpluto

    by superpluto

    "BookTome is so far dead! Imposible to get a copy............ Oops!"

    Development Discontinued / Amazon Support in bookTome Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 As has been posted on the individual b... More.

    reviewed on August 5, 2011

  • Nothingness

    by Nothingness

    "Best freeware book manager"

    This application is really impressive. It has so many features. You can import the informations of your books from Amazo... More.

    reviewed on April 25, 2010