Artwork Tracker v2.7 update now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

The Artwork Tracker v2.7 update is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Artwork Tracker is an indispensable mobile app for artists, art collectors, or art dealers. Keep track of artwork and submissions on the go, with access to all your data and full-screen artwork at your fingertips.

Artwork Tracker

This update contains the following changes:

Note: This update requires iOS 8 or higher!

  • Added iOS 10 support.
  • Add multiple photos at a time from your photo library.
  • Increased photo thumbnail size on the Artwork and Submissions lists.
  • Increased photo resolution when adding new photos.
  • Added Extra-Large photos option for the Artwork Report feature.
  • Added Exhibiting, Donated, and Gifted Submission states.
  • Increased photo caption font size.
  • Added photo sharing feature.
  • Removed built-in web browser.
  • Bug fixes.

If you’re enjoying the app, please spare a moment to rate or review it on the App Store!

You can learn more about Artwork Tracker at my website or on the Artwork Tracker Facebook group.

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Artwork Tracker for Mac v1.1 update now available

The Artwork Tracker for Mac v1.1 update is now available on the Mac App Store.

Artwork Tracker makes keeping track of your art collection easy. Never wonder again where or when you submitted your art. The information is all right there on your Mac!

Whether you’re a working artist, a collector, or an art dealer, Artwork Tracker is a valuable addition to your artistic toolbox.

Artwork Tracker

For direct purchase customers, click ‘Check for Updates…’ in the Artwork Tracker menu within the app and follow the prompts to update.

This update contains the following changes:

This update requires Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or higher!

  • Increased photo resolution when adding new photos.
  • Added Extra-Large photos option for the Artwork Report feature.
  • Added Exhibiting, Donated, and Gifted Submission states.
  • Info windows can now be resized.
  • Increased photo caption font size.
  • Bug fixes.

If you’re enjoying the app, please take a moment to rate or review it on the Mac App Store!

You can learn more about Artwork Tracker at my website or on the Artwork Tracker Facebook group.

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Introducing Plant Album

Plant Album is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Plant Album

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Today my new iOS app for gardeners, Plant Album, hit the App Store. Plant Album is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS 8.0 or higher. Organize your plants into gardens, tracking watering schedules, keep dated log entries, and more.

Plant Album is localized into several languages, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

The Plant Album database can be moved between your various devices, so you can back it up to your computer over a local WiFi network from either an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and restore it onto another Apple device. You can also import or export data without modifying the existing data on your device, or transfer the database directly between devices via AirDrop.

The Gardens, Plants and Logs tabs of the app display thumbnail images in table form for each garden, plant, or log entry. In addition, the garden and plant thumbnail images can be viewed in a scrollable grid. This makes it easier to locate an item in your collection visually, or based on the name, garden, or species. As with my other apps, the user interface has been designed for quick and easy data entry.

You can find more details on my website or on the Plant Album Facebook page. There’s also a free Lite version you can try out. This version is limited to 3 gardens, 3 plants, 3 watering schedules, and 3 log entries with 3 photos each, and only supports backup and export over WiFi. Otherwise it’s identical to the full version.

If you’re interested in the origins of Plant Album, you can read more in my earlier blog post.

I hope you find Plant Album to be a fun and useful gardening app, and I welcome any feature suggestions and comments you may have. Enjoy!

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Plant Album – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Plant Album

The following will hopefully address any questions or concerns you may have about Plant Album. I’ll be updating this post as new questions arise. Let me know if I’ve missed anything!

1. Is Plant Album available for my Mac, PC, Android phone, or other platform of choice? If not, when?

Plant Album is available on the Apple iTunes App Store for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can learn more about the app here.

If there’s sufficient interest, I may develop Mac and PC versions. I currently have no plans for any other platforms.

2. I have an iPad and an iPhone. Do I have to buy the app twice?

No, Plant Album is a universal app, so provided you use the same iTunes account on all your devices, you only have to buy the app once, and it can be installed on all your iOS devices.

3. I’m not sure if Plant Album will suit my needs. Is there a free trial version available?

Yes, Plant Album Lite is available on the App Store, for free. This contains all the features of the full version, other than the database import and restore. It’s also limited to 3 gardens, 3 plants, 3 watering schedules, and 3 log entries with 3 photos each. That should be enough to give you some idea of whether the app will work for you.

4. Will Plant Album be localized into my language soon?

Possibly. The app is currently localized into English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Portuguese. I’ll be analyzing download and sales numbers to determine whether localization is worthwhile for any other languages.

5. Can I export photos from the database?

Yes – see question 21. Also note that the originals are left undisturbed in the photo library on your device. Photos taken within the app are saved to the camera roll on your device. You may also tap on any photo, followed by the share button at the bottom-center of the full-size photo screen.

6. Is it possible to sort the plants by species or garden, rather than name?

Tap the Settings button on the Tools screen and select either the “Sort plants by species” button or the “Sort plants by garden” button under Sort Options. Tap Done, and you’ll find all plants are now sorted by species or garden. Change these settings back to Off to sort by name again.

7. What is the purpose of the button next to the plus button on the gardens and plants screen?

This button is used to toggle between the table view and the photo grid view. The photo grid displays larger versions of the thumbnail photos seen in the table view, with empty cells for those gardens or plants without a stored photo. With a large collection, the photo grid view is scrollable, and it should be easier to locate a particular garden or plant than with the table view. Tapping a photo in the grid will display the information associated with that photo.

8. What is the purpose of the Type field on the Log Info screen?

The type field is used by the app to determine what should be displayed in the Logs list for that log entry. For instance, selecting Garden will show the garden name selected in the Garden field, selecting Plant will show the plant name in the Plant field, and Note will show a brief summary taken from the Notes field. Select either Garden, Plant, or Note in the Type field depending on what information that particular log entry is recording.

9. How do I re-order the photos on the Garden Info, Plant Info, or Log Info screens?

After the entry has been saved, tap on it and then tap the Photos button in the upper-right part of the screen. This will show all the photos associated with the Garden, Plant, or Log. Tap and hold on the photo you’d like to move on the Info screen, then drag it to its new position. When you return to the Info screen the photo slots will reflect the new order.

10. How do I add text captions to my photos? How can I hide them to take a closer look at the photo?

Tap on the photo you’d like to add a caption to. Tap the word balloon icon at the bottom of the screen (the one near the middle), then type in the text caption you’d like to associate with that photo. Tap Done. The new or modified text caption will now be displayed. Note that only the first few lines of the caption will be superimposed over the photo. To hide the captions along with the icons and navigation bar, tap once on the photo. You can scroll between the photos by swiping left and right, and zoom-in by making a pinching gesture, or double-tapping.

11. How do I capture sold, stolen or dead plants, or other events?

The place for capturing these events is on the Log Entry screen. Create a new Log entry, tap the Event field followed by the Add New Event button. Type in the new Event (Sold, for instance) and tap Done or outside the field (on iPad). The new Event will now be available for use with this and other log entries. Select the Event, then on the Plant field, select the corresponding plant. Set the Type field to Plant. Set the date the Event occurred, and add any relevant photos or notes. Tap Done, and the new dated Log entry will appear in the list. Now when you tap the Log History button on the Plant Info screen, you’ll see the complete history of the plant. You may also wish to set the plant’s In Collection field to No if you no longer own the plant.

12. How do I backup the Plant Album database to my computer?

To transfer the data to your computer, you’ll need all devices on the same local WiFi network as your computer (Mac, PC, or other). Note that all the data is still saved on your device and backed-up whenever you do an iTunes or iCloud backup.

To transfer to your computer and also to a spreadsheet, follow these steps:

(1) Tap the Backup Database button on the Tools screen within the app. If you only want to backup garden, plant and watering schedule data, tap Export Data instead. The app will display a message with the IP address (some numbers) of your device on your network. It might look something like this:
(2) Enter the address displayed by the app into the web browser on your computer. You should see a Plant Album page appear. This is actually from the app on your device.
(3) Download the Plant Album PDBI file to your computer. You might also want to download the CSV file. This CSV file can be imported into a spreadsheet program on your computer, while the PDBI file is only readable via the app. Note that only the PDBI file contains the garden, plant and log photos.

Plant Album also supports iTunes File Sharing. Open iTunes, navigate to the Apps section on your device, and click on the Plant Album icon in the File Sharing section. The database filename will appear in the table on the right.

13. I have a Plant Album database on my computer. How do I transfer it back to my device?

As with database backup, you’ll need all devices on the same local WiFi network as your computer (Mac, PC, or other).

(1) Tap the Restore Database button on the Tools screen within the app. If you don’t want to completely overwrite the database on your device, you might want to select Import Database instead. Note that if you’re importing, you may see duplicate entries on your device after the import is complete. The app will display a message with the IP address (some numbers) of your device on your network.
(2) Enter the address displayed by the app into the web browser on your computer. You should see a Plant Album page appear.
(3) Within the web browser, select the Plant Album PDBI file on your computer. Click the Restore (or Import) button in your browser to send the database to your device.
(4) Your device will receive the database and will ask for confirmation, displaying some info about the database.
(5) Tap the Restore button on your device and the database will be processed. If you’re importing instead, you’ll see another screen where you can select what you want to import (All, only Gardens, only Plants, only Watering Schedules, or Gardens, Plants and Watering Schedules).
(6) Once complete, the app will display a popup letting you know the transfer is complete. The data from your computer will now be on your device.

14. I have an iPad and an iPhone. How do I keep the databases in sync between them? Does the app have iCloud support?

Plant Album currently doesn’t have a simple means of keeping databases synchronized on separate devices. However, it is easy to transfer the database between them via AirDrop.

If you have an older device that does not support AirDrop, follow the steps below to transfer the database between devices manually:

1. Select Backup Database on the first device.
2. Enter the address into the web browser on the second device.
3. Tap the “plantalbum.pdbi” link and wait for the file to download.
4. Tap the Open in “Plant Album” button.
5. Plant Album will load. Tap Restore to transfer the complete database.

Plant Album does not support syncing via iCloud, nor is it likely to in the future for myriad technical reasons.

15. I have Plant Album Lite and just bought the full version. How do I transfer my data from the Lite version?

After you’ve purchased the full version and run it at least once, load the Lite version and tap on the tools icon on the bottom-right of the screen. Tap the “Export to Full App” button, then “Open in Plant Album.” When the full version appears, tap the Restore button to transfer the database.

16. I have a whole spreadsheet of data I’d like to import into the app. How can I do that?

Provided your spreadsheet program can export to CSV format and allows you to specify comma separators and dates in a particular format, you should be able to import it into the app. Plant Album expects to receive CSV data according to the CSV template file, available in the Downloads section of the site. This template file can also be downloaded when connecting to the app via your web browser.

17. Can you incorporate some new fields into the app? Can I change the names of any of the data fields?

Incorporating new fields is possible, but keep in mind that screen real estate is very limited on the iPhone and iPod touch. I’ve tried to select fields that would be useful for most gardeners, and have tried to minimize clutter as much as possible. The notes fields may be used to store additional data for each garden, plant, watering schedule, or log. Sorry, the names of the data fields cannot be changed.

18. How do I use the reminder feature?

First, pick a log entry or create a new one. Select Yes next to the Reminder field, and a popup will appear asking if you want to add a reminder to the calendar. Tap Add and another screen will appear where you can create a calendar entry. If there’s already an entry, it’ll allow you to edit it (or delete it). If Reminder is set to Yes, changing the date will also show a popup asking if you want to add/edit on the calendar. If you leave the app and check your device calendar, the entry should be recorded against the date/time you set.

The idea is you set a future date, set Reminder to Yes, and the log entry will be highlighted on and after that date. The number badge at the bottom of the screen and on the app icon will be updated to reflect the number of Reminders Due (ie highlighted on or after the stored dates). The Reminders Due statistic is also updated. Once you’ve taken care of the task (fertilizing, repotting, etc), set Reminder back to No.

19. How do watering schedules work?

Watering schedules are a convenient way to remind you when certain plants in your collection need watering. You can configure how frequently they need watering (Water Every field), how much (Quantity field), when they were last watered, and when they shouldn’t be watered (No Water Between fields).

The app automatically calculates the next watering date based on the information you’ve entered. If there’s a conflict or insufficient information, you’ll see None Scheduled beside the Next Watering field. A local notification is automatically scheduled on your device once there’s a valid Next Watering date.

Tap the Watering field for individual plants to associate them with a certain watering schedule. If you have a lot of plants, a quicker way is to tap the Watering schedule, tap the Notes button at the bottom of the screen, then tap the Plants To Water button. This will bring up the Plants To Water screen. To add or remove plants from a certain Watering schedule, tap the + button in the top right-hand corner. You can then select which plants to add to the schedule by tapping on them in the list. A blue watering-can icon will appear next to the plants you’ve selected. To remove a plant from the schedule, return to this screen, tap the plant and the watering-can icon will disappear.

By associating a plant with a watering schedule, the Last Watered and Next Watering fields for each associated plant will be updated automatically whenever the Watering schedule is updated. While it is possible to change the Last Watered field directly for individual plants, it is not recommended since the watering of this plant will become out of sync with the associated watering schedule.

20. How do watering schedule local notifications work?

Watering schedule notifications are created whenever you modify the relevant fields on the Watering Schedule screen, with a date / time appearing in the Next Watering field. This field is updated and the local notification changed automatically whenever you update any of the following fields: Water Every, Last Watered, or No Water Between.

The local notification will trigger on your device (or Apple Watch) at the scheduled Next Watering time, whether the app is running or not. The notification will only trigger once. If you’re using the app when the notification triggers, a watering alert will appear on the screen and number badges above Plants and Watering will appear. If you’re outside the app, the notification will appear at the top of your screen, and the app icon’s badge number will change. Tap on the notification to enter the app.

To disable (or enable) local notifications for Plant Album, visit the Notification Center in the Settings on your device. Scroll through the list of apps, select Plant Album, and modify the notification settings to your preference.

21. How do I use the plant report feature? How do I view the plant report?

The plant report feature is enabled by default. To change the report options, tap the Settings button on the Tools screen. From there you can scroll down to the Database Export settings and configure the following options:

(1) Generate plant report – tap this to turn plant report generation On or Off.
(2) Small photos / Medium photos / Large photos / Extra-Large photos – tap this to select the size of the photos that will appear in the plant report. Small photos will display thumbnail versions of each photo, while Extra-Large photos will display full-size photos, as they would appear on an iPad. Medium photos are half the size of the large photos.
(3) Clear cache – tap this to clear the photo cache. This setting is usually not needed.

Once set, the options above will apply whenever the plant report is generated. There is no need to change them every time.

To generate the plant report, tap the Backup Database or Export Data button on the Tools screen. The database may take several seconds or minutes to be prepared, depending on the speed of your device and how large your collection is. Once the database has been prepared, a popup with an address (numbers) will appear. Enter this address into your web browser exactly as it appears. Click on the Plant Report link at the bottom of the web page that appears in your browser. The plant report shows a summary of your collection, followed by the data and photos for every garden, plant, watering schedule, and log entry in your collection. This report can be useful for inventory or insurance purposes, and may be saved or printed from within your web browser.

22. How do I save or print the plant report?

To print the plant report, use your web browser’s print feature. To save the plant report, you can use the web page archiving feature of your web browser. Most web browsers allow you to create an archive of web pages, including all images, for saving to your computer.

In Safari, select the Save As option in the File menu. Ensure the Format or Save as type field is set to Web Archive. Enter the filename and click Save.

In Internet Explorer, select the Save As option in the File menu. Ensure the Save as type field is set to Webpage, complete or Web Archive, single file. Enter the filename and click Save.

In Mozilla Firefox, select the Save As Page option in the File menu. Ensure the Save as type field is set to Web Page, complete. Enter the filename and click Save.

In Google Chrome, select the Save Page As option in the File menu. Ensure the Format field is set to Webpage, Complete. Enter the filename and click Save.

23. When I view the plant report in my web browser, why are some of the photos different to those shown in the app?

The plant report feature uses a cache, which is another way of saying it stores the photos for fast access later. Sometimes the cache may be out of date, causing the app to become confused and start displaying old photos in the plant report. While this is unlikely to occur, you can fix the problem by tapping the Settings button on the Tools screen. Scroll to the bottom of the list to the Database Export settings. Tap Clear cache, and the photo cache will be cleared. Regenerate the plant report to confirm the photos are correct.

24. I just bought the full version of Plant Album, but the app only allows me to store 2 photos per plant (iPhone / iPod), or 5 photos on the iPad. Why don’t you increase this limit? How can I show the complete life of my plant with such a limitation?

While it is true that you only see this limited number of photos on the main Info screen for each Garden, Plant, or Log, there is actually no hard limit on the number of photos you can store, other than the space available on your device. There is limited screen real-estate available, and the small number of photo slots are designed to both fit in the available space and allow you to quickly add a few photos for the plant.

To add more photos, tap the Photos button in the top-right corner on the Info screen for the Garden, Plant, or Log. This will present you with a scrollable photo grid displaying all of the photos for that particular Garden, Plant, or Log. To add more, tap the + button in the top-right corner of the Photos screen.

You may also decide which of your photos best showcases your garden or plant for display on the main Info screen. To choose these photos, rearrange them on the Photos screen for that plant or garden. Place the desired photos in the first through fifth positions. See question 9 for details on re-ordering photos.

25. I have questions, feature requests, or concerns that aren’t listed above. How can I contact you?

You can reach me via email (, on the Plant Album Facebook page, or on Twitter (I’m @andrewnicolle). I can usually respond to queries within 24 hours. If you like Plant Album, please spread the word! Share your thoughts with other gardeners by rating or reviewing the app on the App Store. I use this feedback to gauge continued interest in the app and to plan future updates.

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Introducing Cactus Album for PC

Track your cactus and succulent collection on your Windows PC – Now Available!

Cactus Album

Today I’m pleased to announce the release of my new Windows PC app, Cactus Album. This is my cactus and succulent tracking tool already available for iOS and Mac.

The PC version is similar to the Mac version and has many of the same features as the iOS version, with the addition of printing, enhanced search capabilities, and data transfer to and from the iOS version over WiFi. I’ve also included some other features like duplicating cactus entries, right-click context menus, and a host of other tweaks and improvements. Cactus Album for PC also has a built-in crash-reporting mechanism and software update notifications.

Cactus Album for PC is localized into English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Thai. This also includes every aspect of the installation and ordering process (aside from ordering the app in Thai). Clicking on any of the links below will take you to the information page for the app in each language:

English, Français, Italiano, Deutsch, Español, Português, ไทย

To run Cactus Album on your PC, you’ll need either Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1, or Windows 10. The app also requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 with the KB2468871 update patch. These are already included with Windows 8 or higher.

The download version initially runs in an unregistered trial mode, limited to 3 cacti, 3 watering schedules, and 3 logs, with 3 photos each. It will also only allow a single database to be open at a time, and database import is disabled. The full feature-set can be unlocked via purchase, either within the app or via my Web Store.

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You can learn more about all the features of Cactus Album here, check out the Frequently Asked Questions page, or like Cactus Album on Facebook.

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อัลบั้มแคคตัส – ติดตามคอลเล็คชันแคคตัสและไม้อวบน้ำของคุณ (PC)

อัลบั้มแคคตัสทำให้ติดตามดูแลแคคตัสและไม้อวบน้ำของคุณได้ง่ายขึ้น ติดตามพัฒนาการของพืชตลอดช่วงชีวิตของมันผ่านเครื่อง Windows PC ของคุณ!


ไม่ว่าคุณจะเป็นมือใหม่ด้านการเลี้ยงแคคตัสและไม้อวบน้ำ หรือเป็นนักสะสมประสบการณ์สูง อัลบั้มแคคตัสคือเครื่องมือในอุดมคติสำหรับการจัดการ พืช กำหนดการรดน้ำ และจดบันทึกของคุณ


ไม่แน่ใจว่าถ้ากระบองเพชรอัลบั้มคือให้คุณ? ลองรุ่นทดลองใช้ฟรีสามารถดาวน์โหลดได้ที่นี่

รุ่นที่ดาวน์โหลดจะเริ่มทำงานในโหมดทดลองที่ยังไม่ได้ลงทะเบียน จำกัดข้อมูลแคคตัส 3 สายพันธุ์ ตารางการรดน้ำ 3 ตาราง และ 3 ล็อกไฟล์ พร้อมรูปภาพสายพันธุ์ละ 3 รูป นอกจากนี้ยังอนุญาตให้เปิดทีละฐานข้อมูลเดียวเท่านั้น และไม่สามารถนำเข้าฐานข้อมูลได้ การซื้อใบอนุญาตในแอปหรือผ่านทางเว็บสโตร์ จะปลดล็อคฟังก์ชันการทำงานเต็มรูปแบบ


– บันทึกรายละเอียดเกี่ยวกับต้นไม้ของคุณ ประกอบไปด้วยสายพันธุ์ อายุ แหล่งที่มา ขนาด และความต้องการน้ำ
– เลือกจากรายชื่อกว่า 600 สายพันธุ์ (พร้อมชื่อสามัญและชื่อทางวิทยาศาสตร์) หรือเพิ่มสายพันธุ์ใหม่
– จัดเรียงแคคตัสตามชื่อหรือสายพันธุ์
– ติดตามกำหนดการรดน้ำได้หลายต้น
– ติดตามการออกดอก การให้ปุ๋ย และกิจกรรมอื่นสำหรับทุกต้นที่ปลูกในรายการล็อกลงวันที่
– สร้างและแก้ไขการแจ้งเตือนรายการล็อกที่เชื่อมโยงกับปฏิทินของคุณ (ต้องใช้ Outlook 2010)
– ใช้ช่องค้นหาเพื่อค้นหาได้อย่างรวดเร็วแคคตัส การรดน้ำกำหนดการและรายชื่อล็อก
– เพิ่มและจัดการปรับเปลี่ยนรูปภาพหลายรูปต่อต้นและรายการล็อก
– เพิ่มคำบรรยายใต้ภาพสำหรับรูปภาพแต่ละรูป
– เลื่อนดูรูปภาพในมุมมองแกลลอรีแบบเต็มหน้าจอ หรือในรูปแบบภาพย่อ
– จัดลำดับภาพใหม่ภาพถ่ายกับการเลือกหลายและการสนับสนุนการลากและวาง
– ดูประวัติล็อกของแต่ละต้น จัดเรียงตามวันที่
– ดูสถิติคอลเล็คชันของคุณ
– บันทึกการเปลี่ยนแปลงโดยอัตโนมัติ
– พิมพ์ข้อมูลแคคตัส ตารางการรดน้ำ หรือรายชื่อล็อกไฟล์ หรือเจาะจงข้อมูลแคคตัส ตารางการรดน้ำ หรือไฟล์ล็อกของแต่ละชนิด
– นำเข้าและส่งออกฐานข้อมูลผ่าน WiFi ไปยังอัลบั้มแคคตัสบน iPhone, iPad หรือ iPod touch ของคุณ
– นำเข้า / ส่งออกผ่านรูปแบบ CSV เพื่อถ่ายโอนฐานข้อมูลอัลบั้มแคคตัสของคุณเข้าและออกจากแอปพลิเคชันสเปรดชีทบนเดสก์ทอป
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Álbum de Cactos – Monitore sua coleção de cactos e suculentas (PC)

Álbum de Cactos facilita a monitoração de seus cactos e plantas suculentas. Acompanhe o desenvolvimento de suas plantas durante suas vidas, em seu PC Windows!

Álbum de Cactos

Quer você seja novato com cactos e suculentas, quer seja um colecionador experiente, Álbum de Cactos é a ferramenta ideal para organizar suas plantas, programas de irrigação e notas.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Não tem certeza se Álbum de Cactos é para você? Experimente a versão de teste grátis disponível para download aqui.

A versão de download inicialmente funciona em um modo de teste não registrado, limitado a 3 cactos, 3 horários de irrigação e 3 logs, com 3 fotos cada. Também permite apenas um único banco de dados aberto por vez e a importação de banco de dados está desativada. Comprar uma licença dentro do app ou pela Loja Web desbloqueia a funcionalidade completa.

Veja o que você pode fazer com Álbum de Cactos:

– Grave detalhes sobre suas plantas, incluindo espécies, idade, fonte, dimensões e necessidades de irrigação.
– Selecione dentre mais de 600 nomes de espécies (com nomes científicos e nomes comuns) ou adicione novas espécies.
– Classifique cactos por nome ou espécie.
– Monitore agendas de irrigação para múltiplas plantas.
– Monitore florescimento, fertilização e outros eventos para cada planta em entradas de log datadas.
– Crie e edite lembretes de entrada de log vinculados ao seu calendário (requer Outlook 2010).
– Use o campo de busca para buscar rapidamente listas de cactos, horários de irrigação e log.
– Adicione e reorganize múltiplas fotos por planta e entrada de log.
– Adicione legendas para cada foto.
– Veja fotos em uma vista de galeria em tamanho original ou em miniatura.
– Reorganize fotos com suporte a seleção múltipla e arrastar e soltar.
– Veja o histórico do log para cada planta, classificado por data.
– Reveja as estatísticas de sua coleção.
– Salva alterações automaticamente.
– Imprima listas de cactos, horário de irrigação ou log, ou informações de um cacto, horário de irrigação ou específico.
– Importação e exportação de banco de dados com WiFi para Álbum de Cactos em seu iPhone, iPad ou iPod touch.
– Suporte de formato CSV para importar/exportar o banco de dados de seu Álbum de Cactos para e dos aplicativos de planilha do desktop.
– Função Exportar Relatório de Cactos (HTML). Veja sua coleção no navegador web do seu computador. Ótimo para acompanhar sua coleção para fins de inventário ou seguro.

Observe que Álbum de Cactos não vem pré-carregado com fotos, nem inclui informações de cuidados de plantas, e assim por diante. Ele só monitora informações e exibe fotos que você mesmo adicionou. NÃO é uma enciclopédia de cactos.

Por favor, visite para mais informações sobre o Álbum de Cactos, incluindo informações para contato se quiser fazer perguntas, solicitar recursos, ou relatar problemas. Junte-se à página de Facebook para falar sobre o Álbum de Cactos com outros fãs.

Álbum de Cactus: haga un seguimiento de su colección de cactus y plantas suculentas (PC)

Su Álbum de Cactus le facilita el seguimiento de sus cactus y plantas suculentas. Controle el desarrollo de sus plantas durante el ciclo de vida de las mismas en su equipo con Windows.

Álbum de Cactus

Ya sea un novato o un experto sobre cactus y plantas suculentas, el Álbum de Cactus es la herramienta ideal para organizar sus plantas, programar su regado y tomar notas.

Requisitos del sistema:

¿Duda de que Álbum de Cactus sea para usted? Pruebe la versión de prueba gratuita disponible para descarga aquí.

La versión de descarga al principio se ejecuta en un modo de prueba sin registro, que se limita a 3 cactus, 3 programas de riego y 3 registros, con 3 fotos cada uno. Además solo permitirá abrir una sola base de datos, y la importación de base de datos está deshabilitada. La compra de una licencia, ya sea desde la aplicación o a través de Web Store desbloquea todas las funciones.

Esto es lo que puede hacer con Álbum de Cactus:

– Registre los detalles de sus plantas, como su especie y género, edad, fuente, dimensiones y requisitos de regado.
– Seleccione sus especies de un listado de más de 600 variedades (con nombres comunes y científicos) o agregue sus propias especies.
– Ordene los cactus por nombre o especie.
– Controle los horarios de riego de varias plantas.
– Lleve un seguimiento de la floración, fertilización y demás eventos para cada planta en entradas de registro con fecha.
– Crear y editar recordatorios de entrada de registro vinculados a su calendario (requiere Outlook 2010).
– Use el campo de búsqueda para encontrar los cactus rápidamente, el cronograma de riego y las listas de registros.
– Agregue y ordene varias fotos por planta y entrada de registro.
– Añadir leyendas para cada foto.
– Vea fotos en una vista de galería de tamaño completo o en miniatura.
– Vuelve a acomodar las fotos con la selección múltiple y la función arrastrar y colocar.
– Vea el historial de registro para cada planta, ordenado por fecha.
– Analizar las estadísticas de su colección.
– Guarde los cambios automáticamente.
– Imprima cactus, programas de riego, o listas de registros, o información para un cactus, programa de riego o registro en particular.
– Importe y exporte bases de datos a través de WiFi a Álbum de Cactus en su iPhone, iPad o iPod touch.
– Admite formato CSV para importar o exportar la base de datos de Álbum de Cactus desde y hacia aplicaciones de hojas de cálculo de escritorio.
– Función de exportación de informes de cactus (HTML). Vea su colección en el navegador web de la computadora. Esta aplicación es perfecta para mantener un control de la colección para inventarios y seguros.

Tenga en cuenta que Álbum de Cactus no trae ninguna foto cargada, ni incluye información alguna sobre el cuidado de las plantas, etc. Esta solo lleva un registro de la información y muestra las fotos que usted mismo agrega. NO es una enciclopedia de cactus.

Por favor, visite para obtener más información sobre Álbum de Cactus, como datos de contacto para realizar preguntas, pedir funciones o informar cualquier problema. Únase a la página de Facebook para hablar de Álbum de Cactus con otros fans.

Kaktus Album – Erfassen Sie Ihre Kakteen- und Sukkulenten-Sammlung (PC)

Kaktus Album macht das Erfassen Ihrer Kakteen und Sukkulenten einfach. Erfassen Sie die Entwicklung Ihrer Pflanzen ein Pflanzenleben lang auf Ihrem Windows PC!

Kaktus Album

Egal, ob Kakteen und Sukkulenten für Sie neu sind oder ob Sie erfahrener Sammler sind, Kaktus Album ist das ideale Tool zur Verwaltung Ihrer Pflanzen, Gießpläne und Notizen.


Nicht sicher, ob Kaktus-Album etwas für Sie ist? Testen Sie diese kostenlose Probeversion, die hier zum Download bereit steht.

Die Download-Version läuft zu Beginn im unregistrierten Testmodus, der auf 3 Kakteen, 3 Gießpläne und 3 Protokolle mit jeweils 3 Fotos begrenzt ist. Zudem ist in dieser Version nur das Öffnen von jeweils einer Datenbank erlaubt und der Datenbankimport ist deaktiviert. Wenn Sie eine Lizenz entweder von der App aus oder über den Web Store kaufen, werden sämtliche Funktionen freigeschaltet.

Dies können Sie mit Kaktus Album machen:

– Zeichnen Sie Details über Ihre Pflanzen auf, einschließlich Spezies, Alter, Quelle, Maße und Gießbedürfnisse.
– Wählen Sie aus über 600 Speziesnamen aus (mit wissenschaftlichen und gewöhnlichen Namen) oder fügen Sie neue Spezies hinzu.
– Sortieren Sie Kakteen nach Namen oder Spezies.
– Erfassen Sie Gießpläne für mehrere Pflanzen.
– Erfassen Sie die Blüte, Bestäubung und andere Ereignisse für jede Pflanze in datierten Protokolleinträgen.
– Erstellen und bearbeiten Sie Protokolleintragserinnerungen, die mit Ihrem Kalender verbunden sind (erfordert Outlook 2010).
– Nutzen Sie das Suchfeld, um schnell nach Kakteen, Gießplänen und Protokolllisten zu suchen.
– Fügen Sie mehrere Fotos pro Pflanze und Protokolleintrag hinzu und ordnen Sie diese an.
– Fügen Sie jedem Foto eine Bildunterschrift hinzu.
– Sehen Sie sich Fotos in einer Galerieansicht mit Vollbildern oder im Miniaturformat an.
– Ordnen Sie Fotos mit Mehrfachauswahl und Drag-and-Drop-Unterstützung neu an.
– Sehen Sie den Protokollverlauf für jede Pflanze, sortiert nach Datum.
– Prüfen Sie Statistiken für Ihre Sammlung.
– Speichern Sie Änderungen automatisch.
– Drucken Sie Kakteen, Gießpläne, Protokolllisten oder Informationen für einen bestimmten Kaktus, Gießplan oder ein bestimmtes Protokoll aus.
– Datenbank-Import und -Export über WLAN an Kaktus-Album auf Ihrem iPhone, iPad oder iPod touch.
– CSV-Format-Unterstützung zum Import/Export Ihrer Kaktus-Album-Datenbank in und aus Desktop-Tabellen-Anwendungen.
– Funktion zum Exportieren von Kakteen-Berichten (HTML). Sehen Sie sich Ihre Kollektion im Webbrowser Ihres Computers an. Toll, um zu Inventar- und Versicherungszwecken den Überblick über Ihre Kollektion zu behalten.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass im Kaktus Album keine Fotos vorgeladen sind und es auch keine Informationen zur Pflanzenpflege oder Ähnliches enthält. Es erfasst lediglich Informationen und zeigt Fotos an, die Sie selbst hinzugefügt haben. Es ist KEINE Kaktus-Enzyklopädie.

Bitte besuchen Sie um weitere Informationen über Kaktus-Album zu erhalten, inklusive Kontaktdetails, um Fragen zu stellen, Funktionswünsche zu äußern oder Probleme zu melden. Werden Sie Fan unserer Facebook-Seite, um mit anderen Fans über Kaktus-Album zu sprechen.

Album Cactus: monitora la tua collezione di cactus e piante succulente (PC)

Album Cactus rende facile seguire i tuoi cactus e le tue piante succulente. Segui lo sviluppo delle tue piante per tutta la loro vita, sul tuo PC Windows!

Album Cactus

Che tu sia nuovo nel campo dei cactus e delle piante succulente, oppure un collezionista esperto, Album Cactus è lo strumento ideale per organizzare le tue piante, i programmi d’innaffiamento e le note.

Requisiti di sistema:

Non sei sicuro se Album Cactus fa per te? Prova la versione gratuita scaricabile qui.

La versione scaricata funziona inizialmente in modalità di prova non registrata, limitata a 3 cactus, 3 programmi d’innaffiamento e 3 registrazioni, con 3 foto ciascuno. Consentirà inoltre l’apertura di un solo database alla volta e l’importazione del database è disabilitata. L’acquisto di una licenza sia dall’app stessa sia tramite Web Store ne sblocca la funzionalità completa.

Ecco cosa puoi fare con Album Cactus:

– Registra i dati delle tue piante, inclusi la specie, l’età, la provenienza, le dimensioni e le necessità d’innaffiamento.
– Seleziona da oltre 600 nomi di specie (con nomi scientifici e comuni), oppure aggiungi altre specie.
– Ordina i cactus per nome o specie.
– Traccia i programmi d’innaffiamento per più piante.
– Traccia la fioritura, la fertilizzazione e altri eventi per ogni pianta in voci di registrazione con data.
– Crea e modifica voci di promemoria collegate al tuo calendario (richiede Outlook 2010).
– Usa il campo di ricerca per cercare rapidamente cactus, il programma d’innaffiamento e gli elenchi delle registrazioni.
– Aggiungi e riorganizza più foto per pianta e voce di registrazione.
– Aggiungere le didascalie alle foto.
– Vedi le foto in vista galleria a dimensione piena, o come anteprima.
– Riorganizza le foto tramite selezione multipla e supporto trascina e rilascia.
– Visualizza la cronologia delle registrazioni per ogni pianta, ordinata per data.
– Rivedere le statistiche della tua collezione.
– Salva i cambiamenti automaticamente.
– Stampa i cactus, il programma d’innaffiamento o gli elenchi delle registrazioni, oppure le informazioni particolari per un cactus, un programma d’innaffiamento o una registrazione.
– Importazione ed esportazione database tramite Wi-Fi nel Album Cactus sul tuo iPhone, iPad, o iPod touch.
– Importare / esportare il database del tuo Album Cactus in formato CSV, al/dal foglio elettronico del desktop delle applicazioni.
– Funzionalità di esportazione report sui cactus (HTML). Visualizza la tua collezione sul browser web del tuo computer. Eccellente per tenere sotto controllo la tua collezione per finalità assicurative o di inventario.

Considera che Album Cactus non ha nessuna foto precaricata e non contiene alcuna informazione sulla cura delle piante o altri dati, ma monitora le informazioni e mostra le foto che hai aggiunto tu. NON è un’enciclopedia dei cactus.

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