From Rick Maddy:
It's now easier than ever to keep track of all your stuff. Organize your collections, music, movies, books, video games, electronics, wine lists, appliances, office supplies, or anything else in your possession with this easy to use but powerful application. NOTE: This is the free Lite version of "My Stuff". This free version is identical to the full version with one exception. The free version only allows you to save 15 items. The full version has no limit. My Stuff allows you to get organized. Avoid buying something you already have. Make it easy to find your stuff. Be prepared in case of theft, fire, or flood. User definable categories allow you to keep track of what you want and how you want it. My Stuff comes with sample categories to get you started quickly but you can set it up any way you desire to fit your needs. Here is a small list of things you can keep track of: Movie collections Music collections Books Video Games Coin collections Stamp collections Wine Cellar Garage Sales / Estate Sales Art Electronics Appliances Toy collections Clothes Furniture Product Inventory Anything you want to organize Quickly import your existing lists directly from your computer. You can also export your data from My Stuff directly to your own computer or via email. Built-in backup and restore to/from your own computer ensures you always have a copy of your data. User defined actions allow you to keep track of items you have lent out, sold, or donated. Quickly find your items using My Stuff's powerful filtering, searching, and sorting capabilities. Data entry is made easy with autofill, quick copy, and complete landscape support on all screens. My Stuff allows you to enter the following types of data: Text Note/Comment Date Time Duration Currency Count Number Yes/No Web Address Email Address Phone Number Location (GPS, address, city, etc.) Voice Memo Calculated (use basic math on other attributes and values) Lookup List (user defined list of values) Store up to 10 images for each of your items. Use existing images or take a photo with the built-in camera (if available). Share your data with others. Email lists to co-workers or friends and family. Other users of My Stuff can import your shared data directly simply by tapping a link in the email. Customize items lists to display exactly the data you want to see. Apply colors to categories, actions, or individual items to make them stand out. See a summary of the item list you are viewing. Shows item count and totals and averages of your data. Generate a report of your data viewable on your computer. Includes a print friendly version of your items. Protect access to your data with a passcode. Keep others out of your data. The passcode feature functions just like the version built into your iPhone or iPod Touch. The Tools menu gives you access to: Data Transfer (Backup, Restore, Import, Export, Reports) Lookup List maintenance Sorting Options Passcode Lock Contact Information Help Information Please visit http://www.maddysoft.com/iphone/mystuff to see a complete set of screen shots, additional information, and contact information for "My Stuff". NOTE: Some of the images on this page show features available for purchase. IMPORTANT: If you purchase the In-App upgrade for unlimited items it may appear nothing happened. There is nothing to download and the icon or app name do not change. However you can now add any number of items and the app behaves exactly like the full version. Enjoy. PRIVACY NOTE (iOS 3.1.3 only): Due to the implementation of email attachments, exported item lists sent via email are stored on an external server. This data will not be reviewed by me and will NEVER be given to anyone.
What's new in this version:
Changes Full support for iOS 4.0 including multitasking. My Stuff can be used to open certain email attachments (iOS 4.0 only). Exported CSV files no longer sent to external server (iOS 4.0 only). High resolution graphics for the iPhone 4. Now requires a minimum of iOS 3.1.3. Bug Fixes Fixed handling of CSV files that have a field delimiter as the last character. You can now properly create filters on Note attributes.