Developed by a collector, for collectors. Star Wars Tracker provides powerful portfolio management functionality to track your collection. Perfectly suited to your needs whether you are a casual collector just starting out, or a seasoned veteran with an already extensive collection.
Available for iOS/Android Apps or a desktop application on PC or Mac, you now have a professional inventory system available anytime. Your subscription allows you access to all of these versions, and all your information is synced between them. Enter your collection using the Desktop version, then see these details out and about on your iOS/Android version. It's as simple as that!
See the vital statistics of your collection at a glance. An overall summary of spend and number of items, further broken down for your individual focused portfolios.
Main functionality of the app is annotated with helpful tips and explanation throughout, so you will always know how to get the most out of it.
Create portfolios to manage your collection as you see fit. Create a single portfolio for everything, or many to cover more specific areas. It's your choice, and there are no limits to how many you want to create.
Click into your portfolios, to get a quick view of all your items with main details such as price paid, date aquired and the main image.
Click on a specific item to pull up all the detailed information that you have entered. Other functions are now available such as editing the information, making a new portfolio entry that is a copy of this one, moving the item to another portfolio or deleting the item.
You can add new items to your portfolio with the Add menu actions. By default, the main button will add a new loose figure, but you can use the drop-up menu to select from all the other categories.
Star Wars Tracker has beautiful stock images as default, but you can add your own and are encouraged to do so. When added, you can view your images from the same quick details view if you touch the main image.
Adding your own images gives you complete tracking of your collection, and could be an invaluable record if you ever need to file an insurance claim. Many collectors love this feature to help remember important variations between items.
You can save multiple images for each item to ensure all details are captured properly. For example, take photos from different angles, get close up detail of copyright markings and other distinguishing paint features.
Adding a loose figure to a portfolio is quick and easy. Select a figure from the extensive Star Wars Tracker catalogue, and fill out the details as necessary. You may keep the default stock catalogue image or ...
Switch to the images tab and add up to 10 separate images for the figure. You can select images from your photo library, or assuming your smart phone has an integrated camera, take a photo in the moment!.
Using the simple but powerful image editing options, you can focus in on just the right part to highlight exactly what's important. Utilize editing functions such as crop, resize or rotate. Repeat as required to capture everything you like.
Once you are happy with all your information, simply save the item and it will become part of your portfolio. Notice that your favourite image now becomes the identifying main image for this figure.
Adding mint-on-card figures works in a similar way, except there is an extra section to fully specify the cardback details. The cardback can have a huge impact on the value of an MOC item, so it's important to get this part right.
Likewise, figure accessories have a section dedicated to the kind of packaging the item comes with. Although you do of course have the option of specifying no packaging if it's just a loose accessory without the box.
The effort of adding in all your collection is about to pay off. Now you can Run Valuation to see what it is all worth! This is one of the most powerful features of Star Wars Tracker - linking your portfolios to the Tracker price guide!
The portfolio display will update to report a market value for each of your items. There is also an indication of whether it is now worth more (or less) than what you paid for it. An overall summary is also provided at the top of the portfolio details.
You can find out about the various valuation results from the context help after a valuation is run. There are various categories of display, including an indication of whether you have chosen to override the Tracker valuation with your own.