We just closed our giveaway; congrats to our winners m13, Alaeddin, Edi, rjko, and loopion!
It’s so easy to lose track of your stuff. Sure, you’re unlikely to actually lose your fridge — if so, you’ve got bigger problems than an app can solve — but what’s the odds you’ll forget when your warranty’s up or how much everything in your office cost originally? When a spreadsheet doesn’t cut it, you need an app that makes it simple to track your stuff. That’s exactly where the new Compartments 2 excels.
Compartments 2 is a new OS X Mavericks-focused upgrade to one of the best Mac apps for keeping track of your stuff. It can keep track of everything you own, remind you when your warranties are almost up, and make it easy to print out a list of all your stuff organized by room. It’s great — and this week, we’ve got 5 copies to giveaway free to our readers!
All you’ve got to do to enter the giveaway is leave a comment below and let us know why you’d love to get a copy of Compartments 2. Then, you can optionally share the giveaway on your social networks and leave a second comment below with a link to your shared post for an extra entry.
Hurry and get your entry in — our giveaway closes on Friday, November 22nd!
Envato staff or those who have written more than two articles or tutorials for AppStorm are ineligible to enter.
It’s a great idea to keep track of everything you own, one of those things you likely remind yourself of when you’re walking through IKEA trying to find a new bookshelf. Then you go home, pull your hair out trying to setup said bookshelf, and promptly forget to record your purchase anywhere.
There’s a number of tools designed to help you keep track of the stuff you own, from the lauded Delicious Library that we found too memory-hungry and feature-lite for much good to the now-discontinued Bento database app. You could even keep a spreadsheet of stuff you own, but that’s not very fun or simple.
Or, you could use the new Compartments 2, an inventory app that’s perfect for cataloguing everything you own without too much fuss — and with some OS X Mavericks only features, too.
As a recent college graduate and thus an official member of the “real world,” I’ve been learning about all kinds of exciting things like how to file my taxes, the joys of job-hunting and the need for renter’s insurance. I decided that if I was going to take the time and pay the money for renter’s insurance, I might as well actually get a handle on what I’m insuring. That led me to go and explore different apps for inventory.
I tried a couple of “general” inventory apps and a couple that have more specific purposes. Some I loved and of course others I hated. Read on below for five of my favorites!
We’re pleased to announce that the five Compartments winners have been chosen. Congratulations are in order to:
- Francisco Graciani
- Atanas Kirjakovski
- Mike Douglas
I’m also pleased to let you know that we’ve been given a discount code for Compartments. If you didn’t win, don’t worry!
Just use the code THANKYOUFIN at checkout, and it will take $6 off the price of Compartments (making the total price only $8.95).
After recently reviewing LittleFin’s latest app – Compartments – I’m pleased to let you know that we have five full licenses to give away! Compartments is a “home inventory app”, built to help catalog and track any and all of your worldly belongings, from software licenses, to furniture, to your brand new car.
LittleFin offer “free upgrades for life”, so you’ll be sure to benefit from any future additions with your free license code as well!
To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post answering the following question: If you could win any Mac application, which one would it be?
I look forward to seeing what you come up with, and wish you all the best in the competition. We’ll be randomly selecting the five winners in one week, on Thursday, 5th August. Thanks for reading AppStorm!
Compartments by LittleFin is a home inventory application. In other words, it’s built to help catalog and track any and all of your worldly belongings, from software licenses, to furniture, to your brand new car.
Compartments doesn’t track anything purely financial, like loans or investments; it’s strictly limited to possessions, although those possessions can be digital files or information. It’s especially aimed at people who want to have a full inventory of their belongings in case of a disaster.
As LittleFin’s website points out, having a home inventory prepared in advance can mean less to worry about if an unexpected event should claim your house. Let’s take a look at the app, and see how it works!
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Compartments. The developer describes Compartments as a new, easy-to-use home inventory program. It is designed to help you protect your valuables with as little effort as possible. It has innovative features like Quick Add and Quick Apply to make entering data fast and easy.
View your items however you want: sort by location, or tag items and organize them into auto-updating collections. Plus, generate quick insurance reports.
Read on for more information and screenshots!