BookshelfTracker: Coming to iOS, Android, and the Web

💡 Problems, Solved

📚 Your Very Own Library

Store the books you own in your library.

🔀 Keeping Track of Lent Books

  1. Choose the book you want to lend
  2. Define who you want to lend to: (a) scan a user’s QR code or input their username (b) select someone from your contacts or (c) manually fill out a form with the borrower’s information
  3. Set the date it was borrowed, the date its due back, and any notes that might be helpful
Track books you’ve lent, who you’ve lent them to, and when they’re due back.

🔐 Security

💰 Pricing

💪 Motivation

✔️ Conclusion

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