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BookCrawler App Keeps Track of Your Books

Do you have books all over the place? Some on your night stand, some on bookshelves, some in your bag, and even eBooks on different devices in different apps?

To help you better manage your book collection, the $1.99 Book Crawler app exists. The book lets readers organize print and digital libraries in one central library. You can add books by scanning an ISBN barcode or searching the ISBN manually. You can also access Google Books, iBooks and Kindle books and even Dropbox content using the app.

eBookNewser has more: “It’s also a great tool for locating books, finding reviews and taking about books with friends. Here is more about the app from iTunes: ‘Title, author, publisher, copyright, cover art, summaries, Goodreads reviews, and local library location/availability are automatically generated when you enter a book. World’s first location-aware app helps you share and discuss books with others near you.’”

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