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Listy is a free and simple app for making lists of your favorite things. It automatically includes related images, such as book or album covers, and you can create shareable visual lists with the free app on Mac, iOS, or Android. It’s a convenient way to quickly share recommendations with friends.

You can display your favorite albums, books, movies, TV shows, video games, sites, apps, wines, beers or social posts. Your list will appear with the appropriate album cover: Any book, album, TV show, or movie you specify will be associated with the representative image, just as any wines or beers you specify will contain images of their bottles.

  • To make a list, first choose a category, such as books, movies, video games. Then you add items one by one. Unlike many other apps, you don’t need to register or login to use it.
  • When you start typing the name of something, Listy searches a database to find it. That item, along with the image and other basic information, will be added to your list.
  • You can sort lists by title, genre, rating, added data, or other information, depending on the category.
  • For movies, the app automatically adds the movie’s release date, description, and fan score, sourced from the Movie Database, a free, community-built platform now used by 400,000 developers and businesses. It also indicates where the movie is available to watch online.
  • After you add items, you can edit your list to change the order, remove or update items. You can also mark items as viewed, read, played, or tasted.
  • You can share all your lists as an image so that you can easily post lists on your social network of choice. You can also text or email a list as an image.
  • You can create as many lists as you want, each with as many items as you want.
  • Lists can be backed up to iCloud so they stay in sync between your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
  • You can export lists as images or in Listy’s proprietary file format, but you can’t open or edit the app’s lists in other text apps.
  • You cannot send someone a link to a list. You need to attach the list as a picture.
  • You can’t collaborate on a list with others yet, though that feature is in the works. The company is careful with privacy: Its website does not use cookies.
  • You can use Listy for to-do lists or lists of ideas, but it’s not primarily designed for that. Better to use other simple free alternatives like Apple’s Reminders or Google Tasks, or dedicated task apps like Stuff.
  • Listy has a limited number of categories. If you want to list your favorite snacks, animals, cartoon characters, or any other categories the app hasn’t added yet, you’re out of luck, though new categories are added monthly.

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