Recollector Antique Watch and Clock Collecting Software Introduced Recollector, one of the most powerful and versatile software solutions for antiques, fine art and collectibles, announces a newly-introduced template designed for watch and clock collectors.
News-Antique.com - Aug 19,2013 - BOSTON, MA – Recollector, one of the most powerful and versatile software solutions for antiques, fine art and collectibles, announces a newly-introduced template designed specifically with watch collectors in mind. This cross-platform collecting database software is adaptable enough to handle any collection, and specialized enough that the most discerning collector of vintage timepieces will be satisfied. A new watch collecting template includes fields to record manufacturer, model, movement, jewels, winding mechanism, case style, dial type, serial number and more. The template can also be easily modified to accommodate clock collections. Comparable to systems that cost hundreds of dollars, Recollector is available for just $49, making it an affordable option for all collectors, and the only software of its kind available now for PC/Windows, Mac and mobile devices. For additional information on Recollector, or to download a free trial version, please visit www.CollectingCatalog.com.
Users who are interested in this newly introduced functionality need only download the standard version of Recollector. The watch template, along with a selection of others catering to various fields, comes preinstalled with the software and is ready-to-use when the application is launched. In addition to clocks and watches, Recollector’s rich features appeal to collectors of fine art, antiques, and any kind of collectible. The software’s flexible design makes it ideal for traditional categories of collecting like toys and sports memorabilia, as well as for broader and more diverse categories like movies and music, natural specimens such as shells and gemstones, wine, jewelry, and vintage photographs.
Users are able to input information on individual items or upload preexisting spreadsheets to track collections of any size through both built-in and user-defined fields. Once items are in Recollector, the collection can be browsed, searched and sorted; formatted reports, slide shows or web sites can be generated; and collection data can be exported or backed up.. The software also supports high-resolution images, allowing collectors to keep a visual record of the appearance and condition of items in their collections, and to identify individual collection records at a glance. Users can create as many collections as needed with a single copy of the software.
Mobile versions of the software are also available at no additional cost for Android phones and tablets, and for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, allowing users to view their collections remotely while traveling to antique shows, auctions, shops and flea markets. A particular favorite of auction-goers and antique market hunters, the Recollector mobile app mirrors many of the features of the full version, allowing users to buy smarter, avoid duplicates and carry a complete and compact record of their holdings anywhere they travel.
In addition, Recollector offers free technical support and unlimited updates. Video guides, FAQs and tutorials are available online at www.CollectingCatalog.com, along with the latest updates for both the Mac and PC versions of the software. Reliable email and phone support options also ensure that users get the most out of their software.
Recollector was originally developed by programmer and vintage map collector Jeremy Pool in