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colliibo - for amiibo collectors

colliibo - for amiibo collectors

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The ultimate companion app for all amiibo collectors.

3.5 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads
The ultimate companion app for all amiibo collectors.
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Ratings & Reviews

3.5
1.6K+ Ratings
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  • My Collection Is Back! Dec 15, 2019

    By Hcxdhvjjdxbhfxhbzfgbvg
    After the quick new update my collection is back from the abyss, so I’m updating my review. Whew! Thanks for fixing that! I still think some new features like these would be very useful: in box/out of box, game compatibility list, info on Amiibo release date, option to enlarge photo of Amiibo, double tap on Amiibo to add to collection (makes it easier to not select/deselect by mistake), single tap could bring up info about a particular Amiibo on another page/window. Things like that. Thankfully, new Amiibo still get added.
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  • Jan 4, 2020

    By Thaddeus Cultt
    The app is the best there is, because there really isn't any other choices. It's worth the $1 to remove ads. I wish the app was self contained and didn't just launch the Nintendo Website for compatibility. The sites compatiably chart is poorly formated for mobile devices, and isn't really a easy way to check compatibility like the discription says. Overall the app feels a bit clunky and slow, but it's provided for no cost with ads or $1 without.
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  • Collibo Feb 7, 2019

    By D. Hill
    Collibo is a very good concept application meaning to me an app that serves a pressing need for fans that would most likely not be developed by the product company/companies in question. The ability to track amibos in the marketplace, categorize them and organize them into your personal collection is a useful tool for those that have an interest in them. The app does this fine. My main issue is not the functionality but the design of the app. For an app that is somewhat tied to Nintendo I would expect better than an old drab looking background. Also the persistence of the upgrade page alert is a bit annoying. One functionality feature I do have issue with is when selecting amino compatibility users get taken out of the app to the Nintendo website compatibility chart. I tend to hate when apps do this because the browsing experience becomes sluggish and that is what happens here. Even though I have detailed the negatives more than the positives this is still a solid app. Users can search for all amibos by game series and easily mark them as purchased or not. Collibo remains a useful tracking tool.
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  • Sep 9, 2019

    By Kenny Cagle
    As a collector this app is great! My only complaint is that the smash amiibo page is organized weird. The top 3/4ths is alphabetized, but the last 1/4 is by release year. If they could just change that to something more consistent or just let us choose which way we want it shorted my OCD would be eternally grateful.
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  • Great App, Got an Update! Sep 3, 2018

    By Bobkipper
    Edit, September 2018: The app was updated to include new amiibo, and the developer even offered a great explanation for why the updates were delayed: lack of official HQ assets of new figures. I get it. I feel bad for complaining before. Now, if only the app would be updated to fit the iPhone X. Original Review: This is the best mobile app to catalogue your amiibo collection. There are web sites that offer more features, but this sleek little guy is easier to use and more attractive than any of them. Scroll through grids of these stupid figures we love so much, and tap what you got. It is worrying, though, that there has not been an update in several months. It does allow you to select from all currently-available figures and a few that are not out yet. For a while, newly-announced amiibo were quickly added to this app. There are several releasing in the coming months that are still not available here. Let's hope the dev at least updates when the new figures are released later this year. Still, give this a download. For now, you can fully log any figures or cards you actually own, and I encourage you to toss the developer a dollar to both remove the ads and offer support.
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  • App support doesn’t exist Dec 15, 2019

    By D.J. Myers
    The app has had a number of issues with the last few updates, but the real issue is there is absolutely no way that I can find to send an email or anything to the developer to inform them of my issues. Now my paid in app upgrade is not there and when I hit restore purchase it puts me in a loop and the purchase is still missing. Please fix.
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  • Collection Reset Nov 23, 2018

    By BlackMage27
    The last time I opened the app, the info had been reset. That’s the whole point of the app, hence the 1-star rating. Sorry folks, but you really only get one chance to not mess that kind of thing up. I’ve had this app for years. It has been great to keep a list of what I have with me wherever I go, but I’m not entering 100+ amiibo again since it may randomly get reset.
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  • Oct 6, 2018

    By J Danzig
    Wow Absolute garbage app!! 5 second long ads every couple of clicks. All app does is link to Nintendo's website and rarely connects to it when it tries. Don't download this app it sucks .
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  • Sep 9, 2019

    By Kenny Cagle
    As a collector this app is great! My only complaint is that the smash amiibo page is organized weird. The top 3/4ths is alphabetized, but the last 1/4 is by release year. If they could just change that to something more consistent or just let us choose which way we want it shorted my OCD would be eternally grateful.
    more
  • Great App, Got an Update! Sep 3, 2018

    By Bobkipper
    Edit, September 2018: The app was updated to include new amiibo, and the developer even offered a great explanation for why the updates were delayed: lack of official HQ assets of new figures. I get it. I feel bad for complaining before. Now, if only the app would be updated to fit the iPhone X. Original Review: This is the best mobile app to catalogue your amiibo collection. There are web sites that offer more features, but this sleek little guy is easier to use and more attractive than any of them. Scroll through grids of these stupid figures we love so much, and tap what you got. It is worrying, though, that there has not been an update in several months. It does allow you to select from all currently-available figures and a few that are not out yet. For a while, newly-announced amiibo were quickly added to this app. There are several releasing in the coming months that are still not available here. Let's hope the dev at least updates when the new figures are released later this year. Still, give this a download. For now, you can fully log any figures or cards you actually own, and I encourage you to toss the developer a dollar to both remove the ads and offer support.
    more
  • Dec 31, 2018

    By Louie Christou
    Its a good app to helo track your collection, but brought the Loot Goblin amiibo without look at the because I knew I didn't have it, when I went into the app to mark I got it was missing, it a good app but doesn't have all amiibos in app. Update; issue solved, sorry fot the inconvenience. I do like this app.
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  • Jun 11, 2019

    By Frankie JR
    The app is great! One minor complaint that I have is some series are organized alphabetically, but others are organized by release. Making it one or the other would be nice (preferably release), but other than that, it's perfect.
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  • Aug 4, 2019

    By Rogelio Melian
    Really good app, but I would like the UI in the lower part of the screen to be smaller, it occupies like 25% of the screen, and for it to have like upcoming releases with dates. Other than that, the premium version is only €1 so it's worth it.
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  • My Collection Is Back! Dec 15, 2019

    By Hcxdhvjjdxbhfxhbzfgbvg
    After the quick new update my collection is back from the abyss, so I’m updating my review. Whew! Thanks for fixing that! I still think some new features like these would be very useful: in box/out of box, game compatibility list, info on Amiibo release date, option to enlarge photo of Amiibo, double tap on Amiibo to add to collection (makes it easier to not select/deselect by mistake), single tap could bring up info about a particular Amiibo on another page/window. Things like that. Thankfully, new Amiibo still get added.
    more
  • Dec 11, 2019

    By Kaliber554
    The ad was a bit excessive, but I understand why. That being said the app is great, easy to use. It is still missing at least one that I know of (gold shovel knight) but it's an easy way to see what amiibo you are missing (disregarding misprints)
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  • Incredibly Useful, Slow to Update Jul 31, 2019

    By MasterHand4444
    This app is essential for anyone trying to keep up with their amiibo collection. It helps you keep track of ones you have, helps you realize if one is missing, and has a helpful feature that shows you your total amount. My one complaint is that the app updates very slowly. There have been new amiibo announced for a while now, but they have not been added to the app yet. However, that’s the only complaint I have, and I’m completely satisfied otherwise.
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  • Must have for amiibo collectors Feb 20, 2019

    By FlyingPoliceBox
    This is a must have for any serious amiibo collector. I like how the amiibos are separated by series, I like the ability to view my collection statistics and see how many I have/still need at a glance. By biggest complaint is that the app hasn't been updated to fit the screen of the last two years of phones (iPhone X & iPhone XS/R). Still, this is the best app for amiibo collectors.
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  • Great Aug 16, 2019

    By TheAmazingShig
    I love this app. The only one I use for managing my amiibo collection. The only complaint is updates are pretty slow coming. There are still several Super Smash Bros. amiibo that have already been revealed that aren’t included, along with the six Japanese exclusive Jikkyou Powerful Puroyakyu amiibo Cards. Once those are added, though, the app will be perfect.
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  • Jan 4, 2020

    By Thaddeus Cultt
    The app is the best there is, because there really isn't any other choices. It's worth the $1 to remove ads. I wish the app was self contained and didn't just launch the Nintendo Website for compatibility. The sites compatiably chart is poorly formated for mobile devices, and isn't really a easy way to check compatibility like the discription says. Overall the app feels a bit clunky and slow, but it's provided for no cost with ads or $1 without.
    more
  • Collibo Feb 7, 2019

    By D. Hill
    Collibo is a very good concept application meaning to me an app that serves a pressing need for fans that would most likely not be developed by the product company/companies in question. The ability to track amibos in the marketplace, categorize them and organize them into your personal collection is a useful tool for those that have an interest in them. The app does this fine. My main issue is not the functionality but the design of the app. For an app that is somewhat tied to Nintendo I would expect better than an old drab looking background. Also the persistence of the upgrade page alert is a bit annoying. One functionality feature I do have issue with is when selecting amino compatibility users get taken out of the app to the Nintendo website compatibility chart. I tend to hate when apps do this because the browsing experience becomes sluggish and that is what happens here. Even though I have detailed the negatives more than the positives this is still a solid app. Users can search for all amibos by game series and easily mark them as purchased or not. Collibo remains a useful tracking tool.
    more
  • Great app with minor issues. Nov 8, 2017

    By Madskizophrenik
    The app is great! Easy to use and up to date with the newly released amiibos. Amiibos are organized by category making it easier to keep track of each series. Only complaint is that the app is not quite responsive at all times and I wish there was a lock or a “double tap” method for selecting amiibos you have acquired. I often find myself trying to swipe left or right and end up selecting/deselecting an amiibo by mistake...thus making me go through my amiibos to check or uncheck them once again. It wasnt a big issue at first when I could keep count of what I had but there are quite a few of these and its hard to keep track of all of them...the app not having a double tap option or not being 100% responsive defeats the purpose of having it on your phone if you’ll just end up going through your collection over and over again. Please fix those issues and we should be good. *** Verified Full Version Purchased ***
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  • Dec 14, 2019

    By Levi Whisenhunt
    After the latest update (8.0.1) all of my tracked amiibo were wiped including cards. I did not uninstall and reinstall either, just updated. Also, the app is missing the Jikkyou Power Pro amiibo cards. Other than that, the app is pretty good and easy to use.
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  • Apr 9, 2020

    By Shawn Sayler
    Pop ups to upgrade are relentless, spent less than 2 minutes in the app and had the pop up appear at least 5 times
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  • App support doesn’t exist Dec 15, 2019

    By D.J. Myers
    The app has had a number of issues with the last few updates, but the real issue is there is absolutely no way that I can find to send an email or anything to the developer to inform them of my issues. Now my paid in app upgrade is not there and when I hit restore purchase it puts me in a loop and the purchase is still missing. Please fix.
    more
  • Collection Reset Nov 23, 2018

    By BlackMage27
    The last time I opened the app, the info had been reset. That’s the whole point of the app, hence the 1-star rating. Sorry folks, but you really only get one chance to not mess that kind of thing up. I’ve had this app for years. It has been great to keep a list of what I have with me wherever I go, but I’m not entering 100+ amiibo again since it may randomly get reset.
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  • Oct 6, 2018

    By J Danzig
    Wow Absolute garbage app!! 5 second long ads every couple of clicks. All app does is link to Nintendo's website and rarely connects to it when it tries. Don't download this app it sucks .
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