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Booknizer is a great helper when it comes to organizing a home library.
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Booknizer esteve disponível como oferta em 29 de agosto de 2012

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Booknizer é uma grande ajuda quando se trata de organizar uma biblioteca caseira. Este organizador de livros coleta informações sobre áudio, eletrônicos e livros impressos em papel de sua biblioteca.

Os detalhes necessários podem ser extraídos de arquivos ou descarregados. Mais tarde você poderá facilmente pesquisar e ordenar os seus livros, checar a sua localização exata, ver as estatísticas, exportar e imprimir relatórios e muito mais. O Booknizer é a sua biblioteca na palma da sua mão.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7

Publicado por:

Maniac Tools

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Tamanho do arquivo:

14.3 MB



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Responder   |   João  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
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Very nice and powerful book organizer for paper, electronic and audio books.

This software can automatically gather info from the internet concerning any ebook or audiobook you may have stored in your PC and enables you to find any book by the title, barcode, author, publishing year etc...

It also supports any e-book reader devices allowing you to copy an ebook to them literally with a mouse click.

So forget the misleading USER GAOTD RATING SYSTEM and download this software without hesitation asap, if you have like me a vast collection of books at home and in your machine.

Does this mean I would pay 40 bucks for a software like this? Of course NOT....LOL!!


* Calibre
Amazing free and open source e-book library management which can sort your books collection by title, author, date added, date published, size, rating etc.... It supports searchable metadata (tags, comments)and advanced search queries to find any book for any field mentioned above. And of course it's also able to automatically download on the NET various types of metadata and covers for your books, based on their title/author or ISBN information, not to mention its ability to convert ebooks, sync to e-book reader devices and fetch news from the web (The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Time, Newsweek etc...) so as to convert it into e-book form.

* eLibPro 1.3
Terrific free utility which can manage your personal book collection (both print books and ebooks)in a very professional way.

Key Features:

• Use tree structure to manage book categories with an easy to use Windows Explorer-like user interface
• Unlimited related links (URLs, eBook files on local hard disk and even folders) can be added for each book.
• Use XML/XSL to display book details, with highly customizable templates and display style
• Ability to retrieve book's information directly from the web: it can query online ( by ISBN, or by a combination of book title, author and/or publisher and the book detail window can update on the fly
• Supports Drag & Drop, "Favorites" and "Reading List", Multiple Language Interface, Native Unicode, Barcode scanners, WYSIWYG editor for books' description and notes fields

* eLibrary
It organizes your collection of e-books using a tags' tree, as well as automatically fetching your book's details and cover image from the web.


* BiblioteQ
This is a compehensive and thorough Open Source library management suite which offers you extremely professional cataloging features to retieve any kind of data for books, journals, and magazines.


* Portable eLIB - The ultimate eBook library
Very cool FREE app designed to help you categorize, catalog and view your ebook collection. It can auto-update your ebooks infos(cover, author, publisher, year of publication, summary etc..) from the internet with ISBN number, as well as create as many collections and even subcollections as you wish.

* Avesoft Personal E-Book Library
A small but very handy e-book management utility using SQLite as database.

For a more complete and handier FREE cataloging tool, capable of managing any kind of file (so not just ebooks), I recommend the following awesome FREE APPS ki$$ing your wallet goodbye:

* DataCrow

* (Portable) Stuff Organizer


Demo Videos:

Full Review:

* myCollection

* SoftCAT Free 5.20

Enjoy and stay organized (for FREE of course...LOL!!)!!


Giovanni  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+140)

umm, calibre doesn't do the same thing as this tool. "This book organizer will collect information about electronic, *audio and paper books* from your library." ... this is an inventory-management tool, and calibre is an ebook-management tool.

henry  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+102)

Apparently, the program can't find books in other languages than English. E.g. I would need to search for Danish titles and books with Danish ISBN-numbers, which doesn't seem to work, alas. I tried to enter ISBN as well as titles of the few English books that I have on my shelves, and that worked like a dream. All relevant information popped up in a second - along with a thumbnail showing the book cover. The illustration made it easy to choose the right book from a list, when an entered title gave more than one result
ISBN numbers may easily be typed in manually, and, obviously, in that case only one search result will appear.
I've been working as a school librarian for many years, and I believe that a private person who has a large collection of books and other literary media could benefit a lot from Booknizer ... but only if the collection consists in English/American literature.
Cheers from Denmark!

Kellox  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+48)

I was pretty impressed with the product as it found 2 books and populated the info in less than 5 seconds per book by title entry method. At first I was put off by what seemed like advertising on the main opening page on a GOTD product, however you can push the advertising main page out of the way. Having not tried other product, this one will meet my needs, so thank you GOTD and Booknizer for this offering. I have a ASUS G53SX and I was not able to figure out the barcode entry method so if anyone is successful with this method please share your results. I went to the forum on Booknizer and no one had commented on the barcode entry method so I thought I would wait to see if someone here figures it out. If not I will post the question to their support. Peace All.

sos4ever  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+44)

I'd like to point out that "LibraryThing" is NOT free and it isn't just a catalog program. Only the frist 200 books are free, otherwise it's $10/year or $25/life (not much, but not free). If you don't have a significant library, then this might work for you.

You also catalog with other people - "a cataloging and social networking site for book lovers." Based on the web tour, it appears that other users' comments and thoughts are brought up with the title. To me, that makes the info page too crowded. When I'm looking at a book in my library, I'm interested in the facts about the book and what I think about it. Why would I care about someone else's thoughts? Also, this appears to be strictly web based. While that will work for some people, I want my catalog available when I want it.

BiblioteQ on the other hand looks awesome.

Right now I can only speak about the developer: I grabbed "Movienizer" when it was last offered on GAOTD. I have to say, even though I wasn't a "customer", I did get a question answered by the developer. I've been using "Movienizer" since then and have been fairly happy with it. The interface is clear and concise (Booknizer uses the same interface). Questions posted on the forums are answered very quickly. This is a new offering by the devs, so there are few questions on the forums. Even though I've been looking for software to handle my huge library, I've been hesitant to buy this for $40. First because it's $40 and I'm cheap, and second because I don't know how well it will work, so I'm happy for this GAOTD.

Flame on.

Melika  –  11 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+40)

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