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Take home inventory

Quick: Where’s your passport? Your birth certificate? Your college diploma?

With help from the Home Inventory app, the answers could be at the tip of your fingers. With spring cleaning on many people’s to-do lists, it’s a good time to catalogue the things you’re keeping. The superorganized can add important items to their inventory by room and note the condition the items are in, their serial number, their warranty terms and their value.

While it takes a lot of work to enter all of the information you need, the company has provided a few mobile tools that should help. A free photo app lets you send pictures of your items to your computer, and a free backup app lets you browse through your lists on the go.

The app still requires a lot of heavy lifting to set up but could certainly save you some search time in the future. For the Mac, for $19.99.

– Hayley Tsukayama, the Washington Post

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