Originally Posted by Dave K.
I really liked DVD pedia when I tried it. However, I don't want to buy four separate apps (for DVDs, Books, CDs, and Games) that essentially all do the same thing.
I can't imagine why Bruji doesn't combine all of their "pedia" products into one offering??
They do have a package [rice - check their site, or email them for details.
Originally Posted by iDunno
I'll point out that I live in Australiaso the fact that we don't have our own Amazon limited the fun of the thing, none of the bar codes that were scanned ever worked.
The pedias, like Bookpedia, uses various sources for looking book/CD/DVD details up. In Australia it's A&R for boks - I know because I've bought a lot of books during business trips Down Under.
Besides various country references there is also the LOC in the US. You can download a trial (like 10 books limit) to see how it works for you.
I tried DL after I started using Bookpedia and, while I liked the visual design, it was too much for a 600+ library so I stayed with Bookpedia. Since the pedias let you download data to your iPod you can carry a list with you. I actually changed the format a little bit to suit my needs - rather easy for an old fart like me. They also appear to be working on downloading to the iPhone/touch and I anticipate that will be available after June.