BookCAT lends users a helping hand in organizing their libraries.
This multitalented tool comprises almost all the functions an electronic catalog can. It can organize books into categories, perform searches limiting the results by various parameters, provide users with detailed statistics in colorful charts, export databases to HTML and many more.
Typing the information about a new book into the corresponding fields is probably a pain in the neck for most users. BookCAT offers a solution to this problem. A most amazing feature of the software that contrasts it with other programs of the kind is its possibility of adding books to databases by querying the Internet. All users need to do is to type in the ISBN of the book and the utility will accurately extract a most detailed information about the book from the web. It came as a pleasant surprise that the program managed to find the info about even highly unpopular books on the Internet.
The only downside of the program is its seeming complexity. However, users will find the software far less tricky after working with it for a couple of times. Besides that, BookCAT features a profound help file that can give an answer to every little question.
Possessing such a wide scope of features, BookCAT can suit not only casual users but also large organizations that have extensive libraries.