You can now find out how much your collection is worth.
Online vinyl marketplace and collector companion Discogs has updated its long-awaited new mobile app. While it recently also announced an official Android app, the new set of updates apply to the iOS version, and include a tutorial for new users and a function that will estimate the value of you collection.
– Discogs inbox / messages
– Profile data, including estimated Collection value
– Added text labels to buttons on the Marketplace order page
– Added a link back to the order when leaving feedback on a Marketplace order
– Users of the Marketplace listing and Database release API endpoints can now specify a currency for prices
– Added a collection value endpoint for accessing minimum, median and maximum total value of a user’s collection at /users//collection/value; users can only access their own collection value stats
– Added a simple form to solicit product feedback at the bottom of the Collection
– To speed up the initial page load, many thumbnail images across the site are downloaded on demand, as they are scrolled into view; this is in effect on:
– Marketplace and Database search results
– Artist and label pages
– Marketplace inventory edit page
– User avatar images on the release reviews
– A “Start Tutorial” button has been added to empty Collections that shows a new user how to catalog their collection
– Fixed Artist and Label facet display bug
– Fixed Wantlist random item button
– Fixed a bug in which modal windows could be hard to scroll or close on short browser windows or mobile devices
– Fixed issue with experiment variation selection that sometimes affected the visibility of the Collection
– Fixed issue preventing tutorials from restarting
Anyone unfamiliar with the app and how to catalogue your collection should read our introduction here.