Any serious collector is mostly focused on two things: obtaining new items and keeping the collection well-organized, structured and easy to access. While the first task is a never-ending and exciting challenge, the second one often turns into a tedious routine that a lot of people try to avoid at all costs. If you are one of those zealous collectors of beer caps, stamps, toy soldiers, dolls or baseball cards, you need a tool that will help you turn collection maintenance into an enjoyable and fast process.
Smart Items was specifically created to accommodate the needs of collectors and facilitate day-to-day collection maintenance operations. Thanks to its flexibility, the software supports any types of items, so you can configure them to have the properties you need and consider important. The program supports an unlimited number of physical folders and categories, and allows you to create any types of items using such elements and controls as checkboxes, editable fields, combo boxes, memos, lists, trees, images and HTML code that can be edited using a full-featured built-in HTML editor. Smart Items will help you identify the location of borrowed items and instantly search even extremely large collections. For mobile access, Smart Items offers free collection viewers for Java Mobile, Palm and WinCE.
If you are passionate about your collection, update it with another gem called Smart Items!
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