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Sortly: Inventory Simplified

Sortly: Inventory Simplified

Sortly Inc.

Simplest inventory tracking solution for businesses and teams

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  • img Community
    it's only when you start packing that you realize you have about 100 more things to pack than you originally thought. To avoid wasting sometimes even 6 hours on figuring out where goes what, you can keep a moving checklist and easily avoid the troublesome chaos.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When running a retail store, the last thing you want is your inventory is running short while you're 200 miles away from the store. You can easily keep an eye on the store's inventory and make important decisions no matter where you are.
    img by Judy
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Watching your stamp collection grow is extremely rewarding, but once you have over 500 or even 1,000 stamps, it can get a little tricky to keep track of every single one. You can catalog and inventory your whole collection, and write detailed notes so you always have a reference to fall back on.
    img by David
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    If you love gemstones, whether you collect them or make jewelry to sell with them, this app will help you greatly. It helps you keep track of what you have so that you know what you have and what you need.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Organize your life by tracking your items with this inventory management tool. With it, you can create a visual inventory of your items by adding photos, tags, QR labels, notes, and more. Your data gets stored online and you can access it across 3 platforms including smartphone and PC.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    If you want to get rid of 100s of CDs, DVDs, or books, the first step in getting rid of them is to know what you actually have. Here you can organize your inventory of stuff and decide what to keep and what to get rid of.
    img by Sharon
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Organizing your collection is easy when you only have a few pieces but once it goes beyond 100, things can get tricky. This inventory app offers a simple yet thorough solution, letting you catalog your entire collection and write detailed notes on each item.
    img by Stefan
    7 months ago
  • img Community
    Controlling your stock is easy when you're around but, once you set out on a business trip, things can get tricky. This app will allow you to manage your inventory remotely and tag and file each item through an intuitive user interface - even if you're 500 miles away.
    img by Banda
    6 months ago
  • img Community
    If you're like me and you have 10 different collections, how do you keep them all straight? This app has helped with saving my sanity and money because I don't have to worry about buying anything I already have. I just look in my app to see whether it's on the list.
    img by Stefan
    4 months ago
  • img Community
    Having a dozen pairs of shoes is perfectly manageable but once your collection grows beyond 50, you will need a good inventory to categorize your designer pieces.
    img by Stefan
    4 months ago
  • Amazing!! Made organizing super easy and effortless. May 11, 2019

    By BrendaDoc
    For some context - I spent months trying and testing out almost 10 different apps to help me organize my office and home. After a comprehensive search I decided on Sortly. I have never given a review before but I think this was deserved. Each app had its flaws and advantages but with Sortly there was no compromise. I was amazed by how simple and visual it was. It took me almost no time to get started It’s incredibly intuitive and their folders based system makes it really easy to see/organize your stuff. I was able to catalog my items by location and then tag items based on type. In the last 2 weeks I have logged almost all stuff (over 300 items) and it saves me about 4-5 hours each week not having to manually search for items every time a client calls asking for them. I did have a couple of issues syncing between my sortly desktop and sortly mobile but I think it was temporary (maybe because of my bad rural internet) aside from that it’s been near perfect. My next step is to start using the qr labels feature to so that I can start searching for stuff by scanning to start saving myself more time. I have also sent their team suggestions to make the app work even better ( they are saying some of them are already in the works) If you are looking for an app to get your office organized, I could not be more confident to recommend Sortly.
  • Feb 18, 2021

    By Jehy Phelps
    Need a way to communicate trouble ticket details to development. Found several issues. We think the system is easy to use and the label system saves time. We did run across some development issues but there's does not seem to be any phone support to troubleshoot or advise of issues within the program. Great start to an easy to use system. Needs a little tweaking.
  • Apr 12, 2021

    By Lynda Perry
    I've been using this app for my balloon business for the past 7 months and I love it. I've not had any issues outside of loading time after major data input. It saves me a ton of time and labor on weekly & monthly ordering. The beat part for me is I don't have to be at my shop to see if I have an item in stock. It does take time to setup & get all of your items input but once that's done it's a breeze to update your inventory.
  • Great for collectibles, kids toys, books, or any list! Jun 19, 2018

    By Laceylace26
    I love this app! I'm still using the free version and its so easy to use that not only do I have a couple of my collections uploaded and organized, but I have started to use it for my kids toys and books too. Amelia Bedelia, fancy Nancy, and Skippy Jon Jones are some favorites. Because we go to the library to borrow books I can't always remember which titles we actually own, so when I'm at a second hand store I no longer end up buying duplicate copies of a book we already have. Same with their toys- trolls, my little pony, hatchamils, shopkins, etc. one of my kids loves to "check on their stuff" so I added folders for stuffed animals, super heroes, Lego sets, etc with just a picture of the item for them to scroll through & they love it. And because you can export and save the data, my spouse is considering using the app to keep track of all the household manuals, receipts, etc. Highly recommend this app!
  • Works better than expected Mar 6, 2020

    By epsmith4
    Sortly is hands’ down the best app I’ve come across. It is so intuitive to learn and I continue to be amazed at the practical functionality. It does what I need without overdoing it (unlike most of the other apps I’ve come across). This is a real game changer for me as I am trying to get my inventory organized. I sell in different places and up until Sortly came along, honestly I didn’t really know where all my pots were! Now, I have a photo to go along with the listing so I know which piece is where and I can generate a .pdf that has the listing and photo to keep my books straight. I would love to upgrade to be able to generate barcodes but maybe on down the road I can do that. Thank you for a truly helpful app that made my life EASIER instead of HARDER! Hope you have lots of success with this. I think you will.
  • Can't seem to work offline May 6, 2018

    By charloch
    My goods are located in a place with weak wifi. This app apparently requires updating in real time for every single adjustment? It's so tedious and time consuming to wait for it to reboot the entire catalog and all the photos after every entry that it makes pencil and paper look like a rocket ship. So you can't for example, do a count of all goods in a folder off line, and then sync it when you are done. It works offline, but as soon as you go on line you lose all the data you just entered (it reverts). Perhaps there is a work around, who knows? As far as I can tell from 30 minutes of looking, their customer service consist of a list of questions and answers, none of which mention off line adjustments. They don't seem to have interest in communicating/servicing customers. So if your goods are in a refer, or basement or anywhere that does not have smoking broadband, or if your wifi plunks out occasionally, good luck. Maybe I am wrong, who knows, no one to ask.
  • Pretty easy and useful, a little young Mar 23, 2020

    By Ituyyrdgrdhg
    I’ve enjoyed using Sortly to get my team workshop inventory organized. The apps are very handy. Using the Advanced level. I imported around 700 items and missed fixing something before importing the data. So I am clicking on each item via their web interface and fixing each. So many clicks! I should have been more careful. I would really, really like it if they supported a wireless label printer, like the Dymo model. They only support the Dymo label writer 450 which connects to a PC via USB. So all those smartphones and iPads in the office can’t make a label. We end up making a label, sending it via email to the person with the label printer and then they print it. Yuck. Looking forward to this obvious need.
  • Apr 6, 2021

    By Mark Roberson
    I do inventory control for a startup nonprofit. Sortly is quick and easy and gives us a growth path for our food distribution Ministry.
  • Mar 26, 2021

    By obeliskuk team
    Great tool for managing parts/stores
  • Update makes things harder Nov 7, 2019

    By NOLA Gurl
    I like this app. I use it to manage my supplement inventory so it’s easier to order more. Before the latest update that requires you to register, this was simple to use. Now, if I want to update the quantity of something, instead of just being able to touch one button and then a minus sign to decrease it, I have to do a bunch of keystrokes. I get that this is easier for business users who may be increasing or decreasing inventory by large quantities, but could you go back to having it all on one screen and maybe letting people have the option of just pressing a + or - to change in single increments and a second option for larger changes. Fewer strokes are better and now, doing something simple takes three times the strokes than it did before. There is a way to please everyone, I think.
  • Outrageous Pricing Mar 28, 2019

    By Kakcpw
    First let me say that app functions quite well. The one huge feature missing is when you have several folders nested and then an item in the final folder. When you are actually in the item it does not show you the path of how to find the item. For example: Attic > Back Shelves > Middle Shelf > Box 1 > Video Camera. It does show this path (albeit very small font) in the Search function. But it should be inside the detailed view as well. Otherwise it kind of defeats the whole purpose of the app. But it doesn’t matter if this is the greatest app in the world because the price is so far out of bounds. Developer’s have gone crazy lately with this subscription based pricing. This app is basically used to inventory your household or business items. So it stands to reason that people will be using this app for a long period of time. But if I want to use this app to inventory my house over a 10 year period it will cost me $500. That is crazy!!! $500 for an app on my iPhone? That is almost as much as the phone itself. Absolute insanity and greed. Luckily there are other great options out there with flat fee pricing so I can actually own my data. I don’t like the fact that I am only “renting” my data with this app and they can change the pricing plan on me anytime they choose.
  • It was all good until this last update, very disappointed! Nov 3, 2019

    By DestinedForGreatness4Ever
    I really enjoy this app, but now after this last update it has gone down hill. I used this app because I had the ability to keep my info secure if anyone was using my phone. You were able to have a security options to put a passcode or Face ID to open the app. Now anyone can open if anyone was using my phone in passing. So now someone who is using my phone in passing for some odd situation, they could accidentally open my app and see all my inventory. Why would you pay for a secure service that doesn’t let you keep your app secure. Also, you were able to choose stock images for your photos and they took that away as well. If you’re going to make an update, why would you make it worse, it was better before. Please give us back the features that make this app worth having, if this app doesn’t allow to have a passcode option anymore, I may have to go to a different app. May have to do the whole file & folder option in Dropbox, at least I can keep someone from opening my files encase I had my phone unlocked and they picked it up. This really is a downgrade, I’m so disappointed.
  • Mar 23, 2021

    By Alexis Shambrook
    Won't even let me set up an account. None of the buttons work to click through. Got as far as "how do you want to sort items?" and even though I chose Personal, not Business, all the options are for business inventory management. Then I couldn't select anything anyway. Uninstalled
  • Apr 3, 2021

    By Britney Terry
    This is trash. At least $40 a month to use it or 100 to get anywhere. Purchasing it would be fine a steep monthly subscription for organizing my garage is rediculous. Poorly advertised as good for homes and it definitely is not
  • Hook you in, then raise to ridiculous price May 24, 2020

    By KStough
    I subscribed to this app a year ago to inventory a small children’s book collection. At $4.99/month, I felt this was a reasonable price. For the last year, I’ve taken pictures and painstakingly entered books/details, up to over 700 entries. Two days ago, I receive notice that my subscription is no longer available and the only plans that are offered cost around $500/year. The only option I’m given is a free account with up to 100 entries or exporting my info within 3 days and canceling my subscription. I’ve looked over other complaints about their high pricing and see their excuse is that they’ve “transitioned to business plans” and see that they don’t offer smaller pricing to people like me, that were attracted by what it appeared an app with a name like “Sortly” would be meant to do (i.e. sort and inventory household items and collections). Now that I’ve entered everything and used it for the last year (and yes, it worked great for my needs) I guess they expect me to give in and pay the higher price. This is an awful way to treat people.
  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Suhail Khan
    Can't even open an account. When I enter my business name a drop down appears asking for my industry. app won't let me select anything and won't continue. I wasted a lot of time trying to troubleshoot this. Very annoying/buggy and certainly not living up the "simplified" part.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Emily
    I can't log in anymore. It keeps giving me a server error message. It won't even let me submit a help ticket.
  • Ridiculously OVERPRICED! Feb 4, 2021

    By Dragonberry11
    I have been using this app since 2014 for moving. I have moved around 5 times since first using the app. I loved everything about it from taking photos and printing out QR labels. It really helped keep my move organized. I loved finding something that I had packed up in a moving box quickly and easily using the QR label. It sure did beat opening tons of boxes and throwing items around trying to find the one thing I needed. I am moving again here soon and I went to Sortly right away to start the tedious task of packing only to find to my dismay that the once free tools within the app are now priced. I’m not saying affordability priced, but RIDICULOUSLY OVERPRICED! Over $400 for a tool that used to be free! I’m seriously disappointed with the developers of Sortly. They definitely lost my recommendations to friends and family(which I have on numerous times)HIGHLY suggested they too use this app. Not any longer. I’m very sad to be parting ways with Sortly. Time to find another more affordable app to assist in making my move less stressful. -No longer a valued user for this once great app.
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By sid hyatt
    This app does not work, once you have added your company info, it does not allow you to move any further. VERY FRUSTRATING!! The functionalities on the app is exactly what I needed too but its clearly not working. Is it because I'm using a Samsung Smartphone?
  • Jan 23, 2021

    By Laurentiu Macovei
    What a waste of time. You have to go through all that crazy process to find out that it doesn't even support the at codes in the free plan and that the first available plan costs $49 a month. That's crazy! Deleted! Stay away
  • img Community
    it's only when you start packing that you realize you have about 100 more things to pack than you originally thought. To avoid wasting sometimes even 6 hours on figuring out where goes what, you can keep a moving checklist and easily avoid the troublesome chaos.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When running a retail store, the last thing you want is your inventory is running short while you're 200 miles away from the store. You can easily keep an eye on the store's inventory and make important decisions no matter where you are.
    img by Judy
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Watching your stamp collection grow is extremely rewarding, but once you have over 500 or even 1,000 stamps, it can get a little tricky to keep track of every single one. You can catalog and inventory your whole collection, and write detailed notes so you always have a reference to fall back on.
    img by David
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    If you love gemstones, whether you collect them or make jewelry to sell with them, this app will help you greatly. It helps you keep track of what you have so that you know what you have and what you need.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Organize your life by tracking your items with this inventory management tool. With it, you can create a visual inventory of your items by adding photos, tags, QR labels, notes, and more. Your data gets stored online and you can access it across 3 platforms including smartphone and PC.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    If you want to get rid of 100s of CDs, DVDs, or books, the first step in getting rid of them is to know what you actually have. Here you can organize your inventory of stuff and decide what to keep and what to get rid of.
    img by Sharon
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Organizing your collection is easy when you only have a few pieces but once it goes beyond 100, things can get tricky. This inventory app offers a simple yet thorough solution, letting you catalog your entire collection and write detailed notes on each item.
    img by Stefan
    7 months ago
  • img Community
    Controlling your stock is easy when you're around but, once you set out on a business trip, things can get tricky. This app will allow you to manage your inventory remotely and tag and file each item through an intuitive user interface - even if you're 500 miles away.
    img by Banda
    6 months ago
  • img Community
    If you're like me and you have 10 different collections, how do you keep them all straight? This app has helped with saving my sanity and money because I don't have to worry about buying anything I already have. I just look in my app to see whether it's on the list.
    img by Stefan
    4 months ago
  • img Community
    Having a dozen pairs of shoes is perfectly manageable but once your collection grows beyond 50, you will need a good inventory to categorize your designer pieces.
    img by Stefan
    4 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. The highest-ranked business and home inventory app in the App Store, featured by Forbes, ABC News, FOX News, the New York Post and more
    2. Create a visual digital inventory of your physical inventory with photos, tags, notes, price, QR labels, barcode scanner, lending info and more
    3. Keep track of all items that leave your business or home and where they go with checklists, auto-save tools, Cloud backup and more

    Reviewed by Kaylin on August 24, 2018

  • Amazing!! Made organizing super easy and effortless. May 11, 2019

    By BrendaDoc
    For some context - I spent months trying and testing out almost 10 different apps to help me organize my office and home. After a comprehensive search I decided on Sortly. I have never given a review before but I think this was deserved. Each app had its flaws and advantages but with Sortly there was no compromise. I was amazed by how simple and visual it was. It took me almost no time to get started It’s incredibly intuitive and their folders based system makes it really easy to see/organize your stuff. I was able to catalog my items by location and then tag items based on type. In the last 2 weeks I have logged almost all stuff (over 300 items) and it saves me about 4-5 hours each week not having to manually search for items every time a client calls asking for them. I did have a couple of issues syncing between my sortly desktop and sortly mobile but I think it was temporary (maybe because of my bad rural internet) aside from that it’s been near perfect. My next step is to start using the qr labels feature to so that I can start searching for stuff by scanning to start saving myself more time. I have also sent their team suggestions to make the app work even better ( they are saying some of them are already in the works) If you are looking for an app to get your office organized, I could not be more confident to recommend Sortly.
  • Apr 12, 2021

    By Lynda Perry
    I've been using this app for my balloon business for the past 7 months and I love it. I've not had any issues outside of loading time after major data input. It saves me a ton of time and labor on weekly & monthly ordering. The beat part for me is I don't have to be at my shop to see if I have an item in stock. It does take time to setup & get all of your items input but once that's done it's a breeze to update your inventory.
  • Great for collectibles, kids toys, books, or any list! Jun 19, 2018

    By Laceylace26
    I love this app! I'm still using the free version and its so easy to use that not only do I have a couple of my collections uploaded and organized, but I have started to use it for my kids toys and books too. Amelia Bedelia, fancy Nancy, and Skippy Jon Jones are some favorites. Because we go to the library to borrow books I can't always remember which titles we actually own, so when I'm at a second hand store I no longer end up buying duplicate copies of a book we already have. Same with their toys- trolls, my little pony, hatchamils, shopkins, etc. one of my kids loves to "check on their stuff" so I added folders for stuffed animals, super heroes, Lego sets, etc with just a picture of the item for them to scroll through & they love it. And because you can export and save the data, my spouse is considering using the app to keep track of all the household manuals, receipts, etc. Highly recommend this app!
  • Works better than expected Mar 6, 2020

    By epsmith4
    Sortly is hands’ down the best app I’ve come across. It is so intuitive to learn and I continue to be amazed at the practical functionality. It does what I need without overdoing it (unlike most of the other apps I’ve come across). This is a real game changer for me as I am trying to get my inventory organized. I sell in different places and up until Sortly came along, honestly I didn’t really know where all my pots were! Now, I have a photo to go along with the listing so I know which piece is where and I can generate a .pdf that has the listing and photo to keep my books straight. I would love to upgrade to be able to generate barcodes but maybe on down the road I can do that. Thank you for a truly helpful app that made my life EASIER instead of HARDER! Hope you have lots of success with this. I think you will.
  • Pretty easy and useful, a little young Mar 23, 2020

    By Ituyyrdgrdhg
    I’ve enjoyed using Sortly to get my team workshop inventory organized. The apps are very handy. Using the Advanced level. I imported around 700 items and missed fixing something before importing the data. So I am clicking on each item via their web interface and fixing each. So many clicks! I should have been more careful. I would really, really like it if they supported a wireless label printer, like the Dymo model. They only support the Dymo label writer 450 which connects to a PC via USB. So all those smartphones and iPads in the office can’t make a label. We end up making a label, sending it via email to the person with the label printer and then they print it. Yuck. Looking forward to this obvious need.
  • Apr 6, 2021

    By Mark Roberson
    I do inventory control for a startup nonprofit. Sortly is quick and easy and gives us a growth path for our food distribution Ministry.
  • Mar 26, 2021

    By obeliskuk team
    Great tool for managing parts/stores
  • Amazing App — amazing support Dec 11, 2018

    By JustTooBusy
    I read about this app in a news article just over a year ago. It had amazing reviews so I decided to try it to do an inventory of my extensive novelty collection. The app is awesome! Using my own list of folders and tags I am able to catalog and index my collection. I use the folders to distinguish different groups of items in my collection and tags to cross reference the items by a multitude of categories. This process has simplified my inventory while giving me a powerful set of tools to pull out subgroups in a variety of ways. I can change folder names and tag names on the fly and add or delete folders or tags at any time. I have complete control of my collection. In addition, I can print out a catalog of my collection by main category or export the data and manipulate it in any way I want. We will be moving soon and I look forward to using Sortly tools to help me move more effectively than I have ever done before. I have used Sortly help/support on several occasions and the team always provides responses quickly and completely. Honestly, I don’t know what I ever did without this app!
  • Love This App May 11, 2018

    By luvhorsz
    I’ve always struggled with how to digitally organize things, and this app is fabulous! For example, I like to decorate cookies, and I have a lot of cookie cutters. This app helps me to keep them organized and allows me to quickly see what I already have so I don’t duplicate a cutter. My only request: It would be great if I could add a second picture. The first picture is of the cutter with a ruler so I can quickly see the size. It would be nice to be able to also add a picture of a cookie that has been decorated with that cutter. Or for the cutters that are designed for words ( like “Mom”) to see a pic of the word design since it is hard to tell when you are just looking at the cutter what word it represents.
  • Organizing my scrapbook room May 8, 2019

    By Fabric-frenzy
    I used to use an app called iInventory. I had logged in all of my stuff at that time that I had purchased so I would not purchase it again. When I was at a scrapbook Expo or shopping. Apple kept warning me that the company did not update the app so one time when I updated my Apple items the app had disappeared. Heartbroken I looked for another app. My son told me about Sortly. I have used it ever since. It is a little expensive… But I know that they keep updating the app and also it wouldn’t all the sudden disappear after logging in over 3000 items. Can’t take photos sent how much I paid for except where it is in my house… For that reason it is worth the price.
  • Update makes things harder Nov 7, 2019

    By NOLA Gurl
    I like this app. I use it to manage my supplement inventory so it’s easier to order more. Before the latest update that requires you to register, this was simple to use. Now, if I want to update the quantity of something, instead of just being able to touch one button and then a minus sign to decrease it, I have to do a bunch of keystrokes. I get that this is easier for business users who may be increasing or decreasing inventory by large quantities, but could you go back to having it all on one screen and maybe letting people have the option of just pressing a + or - to change in single increments and a second option for larger changes. Fewer strokes are better and now, doing something simple takes three times the strokes than it did before. There is a way to please everyone, I think.
  • Dec 9, 2020

    By Josh Blanchard
    Worked great for the first 50 or so items. Now it constantly crashes and freezes up my camera in app. (Using Samsung S7.) Newest update seems to have fixed the crashing, camera still freezes from time to time, but hitting the on screen settings button seems to fix it.
  • Easy app for the tech-impaired! Very handy Mar 15, 2018

    By Designfolly
    This app helps you get the most out of your iPhone - great for home inventory, or any hobby or small business. You don’t need fancy bookkeeping software to track your inventory. Softly will turn it into a spreadsheet. You can see the value of your items at a glance right in your phone too, so if you’re a reseller it’s a huge help. The perfect solution for anyone dealing with one-of-kind items. Use it for shopping lists, moving lists, or travel. Keep track of your home improvement and decorating projects with a couple of clicks. Save your stuff to your computer, online storage, or just email it to yourself. Super simple.
  • Feb 18, 2021

    By Jehy Phelps
    Need a way to communicate trouble ticket details to development. Found several issues. We think the system is easy to use and the label system saves time. We did run across some development issues but there's does not seem to be any phone support to troubleshoot or advise of issues within the program. Great start to an easy to use system. Needs a little tweaking.
  • Can't seem to work offline May 6, 2018

    By charloch
    My goods are located in a place with weak wifi. This app apparently requires updating in real time for every single adjustment? It's so tedious and time consuming to wait for it to reboot the entire catalog and all the photos after every entry that it makes pencil and paper look like a rocket ship. So you can't for example, do a count of all goods in a folder off line, and then sync it when you are done. It works offline, but as soon as you go on line you lose all the data you just entered (it reverts). Perhaps there is a work around, who knows? As far as I can tell from 30 minutes of looking, their customer service consist of a list of questions and answers, none of which mention off line adjustments. They don't seem to have interest in communicating/servicing customers. So if your goods are in a refer, or basement or anywhere that does not have smoking broadband, or if your wifi plunks out occasionally, good luck. Maybe I am wrong, who knows, no one to ask.
  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Suhail Khan
    Can't even open an account. When I enter my business name a drop down appears asking for my industry. app won't let me select anything and won't continue. I wasted a lot of time trying to troubleshoot this. Very annoying/buggy and certainly not living up the "simplified" part.
  • Outrageous Pricing Mar 28, 2019

    By Kakcpw
    First let me say that app functions quite well. The one huge feature missing is when you have several folders nested and then an item in the final folder. When you are actually in the item it does not show you the path of how to find the item. For example: Attic > Back Shelves > Middle Shelf > Box 1 > Video Camera. It does show this path (albeit very small font) in the Search function. But it should be inside the detailed view as well. Otherwise it kind of defeats the whole purpose of the app. But it doesn’t matter if this is the greatest app in the world because the price is so far out of bounds. Developer’s have gone crazy lately with this subscription based pricing. This app is basically used to inventory your household or business items. So it stands to reason that people will be using this app for a long period of time. But if I want to use this app to inventory my house over a 10 year period it will cost me $500. That is crazy!!! $500 for an app on my iPhone? That is almost as much as the phone itself. Absolute insanity and greed. Luckily there are other great options out there with flat fee pricing so I can actually own my data. I don’t like the fact that I am only “renting” my data with this app and they can change the pricing plan on me anytime they choose.
  • It was all good until this last update, very disappointed! Nov 3, 2019

    By DestinedForGreatness4Ever
    I really enjoy this app, but now after this last update it has gone down hill. I used this app because I had the ability to keep my info secure if anyone was using my phone. You were able to have a security options to put a passcode or Face ID to open the app. Now anyone can open if anyone was using my phone in passing. So now someone who is using my phone in passing for some odd situation, they could accidentally open my app and see all my inventory. Why would you pay for a secure service that doesn’t let you keep your app secure. Also, you were able to choose stock images for your photos and they took that away as well. If you’re going to make an update, why would you make it worse, it was better before. Please give us back the features that make this app worth having, if this app doesn’t allow to have a passcode option anymore, I may have to go to a different app. May have to do the whole file & folder option in Dropbox, at least I can keep someone from opening my files encase I had my phone unlocked and they picked it up. This really is a downgrade, I’m so disappointed.
  • Mar 23, 2021

    By Alexis Shambrook
    Won't even let me set up an account. None of the buttons work to click through. Got as far as "how do you want to sort items?" and even though I chose Personal, not Business, all the options are for business inventory management. Then I couldn't select anything anyway. Uninstalled
  • Apr 3, 2021

    By Britney Terry
    This is trash. At least $40 a month to use it or 100 to get anywhere. Purchasing it would be fine a steep monthly subscription for organizing my garage is rediculous. Poorly advertised as good for homes and it definitely is not
  • Hook you in, then raise to ridiculous price May 24, 2020

    By KStough
    I subscribed to this app a year ago to inventory a small children’s book collection. At $4.99/month, I felt this was a reasonable price. For the last year, I’ve taken pictures and painstakingly entered books/details, up to over 700 entries. Two days ago, I receive notice that my subscription is no longer available and the only plans that are offered cost around $500/year. The only option I’m given is a free account with up to 100 entries or exporting my info within 3 days and canceling my subscription. I’ve looked over other complaints about their high pricing and see their excuse is that they’ve “transitioned to business plans” and see that they don’t offer smaller pricing to people like me, that were attracted by what it appeared an app with a name like “Sortly” would be meant to do (i.e. sort and inventory household items and collections). Now that I’ve entered everything and used it for the last year (and yes, it worked great for my needs) I guess they expect me to give in and pay the higher price. This is an awful way to treat people.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Emily
    I can't log in anymore. It keeps giving me a server error message. It won't even let me submit a help ticket.
  • Ridiculously OVERPRICED! Feb 4, 2021

    By Dragonberry11
    I have been using this app since 2014 for moving. I have moved around 5 times since first using the app. I loved everything about it from taking photos and printing out QR labels. It really helped keep my move organized. I loved finding something that I had packed up in a moving box quickly and easily using the QR label. It sure did beat opening tons of boxes and throwing items around trying to find the one thing I needed. I am moving again here soon and I went to Sortly right away to start the tedious task of packing only to find to my dismay that the once free tools within the app are now priced. I’m not saying affordability priced, but RIDICULOUSLY OVERPRICED! Over $400 for a tool that used to be free! I’m seriously disappointed with the developers of Sortly. They definitely lost my recommendations to friends and family(which I have on numerous times)HIGHLY suggested they too use this app. Not any longer. I’m very sad to be parting ways with Sortly. Time to find another more affordable app to assist in making my move less stressful. -No longer a valued user for this once great app.
  • Jan 15, 2021

    By sid hyatt
    This app does not work, once you have added your company info, it does not allow you to move any further. VERY FRUSTRATING!! The functionalities on the app is exactly what I needed too but its clearly not working. Is it because I'm using a Samsung Smartphone?
  • Jan 23, 2021

    By Laurentiu Macovei
    What a waste of time. You have to go through all that crazy process to find out that it doesn't even support the at codes in the free plan and that the first available plan costs $49 a month. That's crazy! Deleted! Stay away
  • Worst app of all time! Jan 4, 2018

    By Davyator
    They have tried to turn this app into a money-making machine, and they have disabled core functions for long-term users. It is worse than extortion because you are not compensated for all the time you wasted using this app. I’m serious. My wife spent 5 hours uploading pictures to the app. They were only saved on the app and not her camera roll on her iPhone. Anyway, she couldn’t get the photos to synchronize for some reason. We tried everything to resolve it to no avail. So, we tried logging out and logging back in. All of her latest photos (like 250) were lost, and hours upon end of work was lost. I logout and login to systems all day, and I don’t expect to lose data and photos when I do so. Shame on you Sortly! My request for help has gone unanswered to my satisfaction. It is like they play run-around games when you try to find out what happened to your pictures.

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