Home Contents - easy home inventory

Home Contents - easy home inventory


  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2011-09-10
  • Current Version: 4.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 8.90 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 70 Ratings


Are you prepared in the event of a home disaster? Do you have enough home insurance to cover the true cost of your possessions? Use Home Contents to quickly produce an accurate and complete estimate of your belongings. Note: The free download is limited to 25 items and some features are locked. A one-time in-app purchase unlocks everything. * Capture an entire room in minutes using our quick camera entry mode to capture every item * Fill in the details later and add additional photos such as receipts * Add purchase date, value, serial numbers, warranty information, notes & more… * Supports multiple properties and multiple currencies * Group your items by location and add as many categories as you want. Add new locations and custom categories * Generate PDF reports by location, category, value & warranty status * Detailed single-item reports with photos for high value items * Two professional looking report styles to choose from * Universal app for iPad/iPhone. Sync data between devices using iCloud or WiFi * Ability to manually backup/restore data * Assign a password for added privacy



  • Guess I’m stupid

    By Mtlcwbp
    The way it looked is that I could take a picture of the room and then itemize the contents but can’t figure out how and no instructions. apparently you take a picture of each individual item and load info. Can’t take picture of room and then list contents so can get report of what’s in room along with 1-2 pictures of the room. Glad I tried the free version before buying.
  • Overall, a good program

    By J.D. Harrington
    Somewhat simple to use. Developers need to expand the backup and restore feature. Why must I use iCloud as the only cloud service. List them all and let me decide...
  • Good tool for insurance inventory

    By David at Livingston Mtn.
    Intuitive and thorough. Does the trick.
  • Does what it promises

    By Semantix
    This app does what it promises and does it well. I’m helping a client inventory their hone before a sale and it’s been extremely helpful. I’d like to see more report options (hide price and details, even bigger pictures), but it’s still worth the download and the very reasonable in-app purchase price to unlock all features. I’m going to use it at my own home, too.
  • Great app!

    By tsh12
    Love this app. Easy to use. I work in the insurance industry & it’s crucial to have a good inventory & pictures of your property in case of any type of loss.
  • Satisfied

    By dalmiled
    Very easy to add items. We have a vacation home so it was helpful to have be able to specify location.
  • To simple - needs barcode scanning

    By ewalsh
    Simple app but it's missing barcode scanning. Would make entering in Serial or Model numbers easy if item has a barcode, just scan it into field. This should be easy enough to add. They gray out the payed options, I'm ok with paying, BUT you don't describe what each feature does. Things like (WiFi Sync) might make sense to developer but what does it mean, where or what is it syncing to? Another device, a SaaS cloud service? All your paid features should have a description of what it does. Not sure if it does this but allow Shared cataloging. My Wife and I share same content she adds a new item shows up on mine and same for her if I add. That way we both have copies of same catalog.
  • Great app!

    By Sheryls48
    Love the ability to take photos. Update: 5 years later and still using this app. It's the best home inventory app available. Only negative I've found is that there is not a photo editing feature. Many of my photos are a little dark and I would like to be able to lighten.
  • Not enough info to decide

    By <3Mamacat<3
    This app looks like it would be useful but the demo's limited features fall short of demonstrating enough features for me to decide. It would be better to have a fully functional app limited to 5 or 10 items then a partially limited app with 25 item limit. Because it looks like the only additional features you get by paying are unlimited items and the ability to print and share reports and if this is the case, the app is NOT worth it. However, the layout and general idea is very appealing, so it could be worth 3 x's the price with a few added features.
  • No Barcode

    By 2coolbaby
    This could be a great app, but any inventory app without barcode access is useless and requires more work than necessary. Having to manually enter in everything that a single barcode read would give us time consuming, which this app claims to save you. Add that and I will happily pay for it!