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iCollect Movies 4.0 launches on the iPhone App Store

iCollect Movies 4.0 launches on the iPhone App Store

Bellevue, Washington – Today Hooked In Motion, LLC is thrilled to announce that iCollect Movies 4.0 has launched on the iPhone App Store. A completely free update to current users, the new version offers a vast array of new features and fixes, rising above to provide the hands down best movie cataloging application on a mobile device.
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iCollect Movies HD out for the iPad today - Syncs with icollectmedia.com

iCollect Movies HD out for the iPad today – Syncs with icollectmedia.com

Renton, Washington – Hooked In Motion today announce iCollect Movies HD 1.0 for iPad. iCollect Movies HD allows home movie watchers to catalog their movies using the barcode on the back of the case and obtain detailed information about each movie. The application supports barcodes worldwide from formats like Blu-ray, DVD, HD DVD, UMD, VHS, Betamax, and Laserdisc. iCollect Movies HD also features a detailed search feature, as well as wishlist, preorder features, and syncs directly with icollectmedia.com.
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icollectmedia.com launches with new iCollect Movies iPhone app update

icollectmedia.com launches with new iCollect Movies iPhone app update

Kent, Washington – Hooked In Motion today has launched icollectmedia.com coinciding with their latest update of the hugely popular iPhone app iCollect Movies. Version 3.4 of iCollect Movies brings a new Sync tab to the application, which now allows users to sync their movie collections to and from the web. Users of the app are then able view and make changes to their entire movie collection at icollectmedia.com for free.
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Hooked In Motion releases iCollect Video Games 1.0 - Free on App Store

Hooked In Motion releases iCollect Video Games 1.0 – Free on App Store

Renton, Washington – Hooked In Motion has teamed up with Occipital, the creators of Red Laser, the #1 selling app on the iPhone/iPod App Store, to release iCollect Video Games, available for free on the iTunes App Store starting today. Utilizing UPC barcode scanning technology from Occipital, iCollect Video Games allows gamers to scan in their games using the barcode on the back of the case and obtain detailed information about each game. iCollect Video Games also features a detailed search feature, as well as wishlist and preorder features.
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