You can catalog your anime list with this freeware database application, but some of its features are a bit mixed up. My Anime List's no-frills interface proved fairly easy to operate, although a basic help file would have been a nice addition. You can categorize your records and enter detailed information, including optional fields like production studio and broadcasting station. One glitch was found, however, in the fields for music/song title and related Web sites, which didn't let us enter information.
You can mark items on your list as favorites, but the option to show only your checked entries returned the opposite results. Lists can be exported in HTML and Excel formats, and imported from Excel. If you can forgive a couple of functionality flaws, My Anime List is a free option for database-savvy users to track movies, television series, and other anime-related media.
As its name suggests, the program helps you easily create your own anime list. It has a lot of neat features to ease your list creation: filtering; customizable field values; optional fields, music's, Webs, torrent grabbing from AnimeSuki, info grabbing from AnimeNFO list export to HTML/XML/Excel, data import from Excel. Unlike any other anime list programs out there, the program is professionally designed and created.
No fancy/amateur colorful interfaces. It ensures user-friendliness. Version 1.83 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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Version 1.83 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.