Binary Formations Home Inventory, for Mac OS X. Home Inventory is a powerful, yet easy to use home inventory management system that helps you keep track of all of the stuff you have accumulated over the years.
Home Inventory maintains important information about all of the items you own, including serial numbers, monetary value, and insurance categories. You can even include as many pictures of each item as you want. Home Inventory keeps all of the information your insurance company will need in case you have to make a claim in the event of loss or damage.
Home Inventory also allows you to generate detailed inventory reports that can be stored for safekeeping. The summary statements can be used to help you determine if you have enough coverage by giving you a complete breakdown of the value of your items by insurance category.
What's new in this version:
A user from the other other side of the Atlantic dropped me an e-mail yesterday to to tell me about a bug in the way Home Inventory displays purchase dates. When Home Inventory is not in edit mode, dates in the item view are are always displayed in the US format (mm/dd/yyyy) instead of being properly localized (in this case Home Inventory should have display the date using the dd/mm/yyyy format). Oops. When Home Inventory was in edit mode, the localization was correct — so score half a point for at least getting part of it right. A little more checking revealed that reports also did not have the date properly localized (there goes my half point). A new version of Home Inventory, version 1.7.2, fixes these issues . Follow the link and free download Binary Formations Home Inventory