Creaceed releases Collectarium 1.0 - An iPad app to Organize Collection

Mons, Belgium - Creaceed today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Collectarium 1.0 for iPad, a new application for managing collections. Collectarium lets you capture and store any number of collections, including images, descriptions, and custom data for any objects. Collectarium lets you organize collections at 3 different levels: Cards, Series, and Collections.

An integrated image gallery makes it easy to tag & review collectibles, and custom data fields can be added easily. Navigation through user content is achieved using built-in tagging and full-text search capabilities. Collectarium comes with sharing capabilities that enables exporting lists of missing objects to anyone.

Key Features:

  • Clear, easy-to-use interface for efficient data entry
  • 3-level data storage (collections, series, cards)
  • Per-series templates with custom data fields
  • Image tagging & photo gallery
  • Search through whole textual content and tags
  • List export: create & share files (PDF, CSV, TXT) with your cards, with filtering features (ie: only missing objects)
  • "Open" file format: Collection backup and export/import (TAR, SQLite with documented table format)

Device Requirements:

  • Any iPad running on iOS 9.0 or higher

Pricing and Availability:

Collectarium 1.0 for iOS 9 is 50% off at $4.99 (USD) for the first 2 weeks as introductory pricing, $9.99 after that (regular price). It is in the Productivity category.


Creaceed is a European company that has been making apps for over 10 years, focusing on image processing & AI technologies in the fields of document scanning & vision aid, note taking, photo and video processing. Apps like Hydra, Carbo, and Prizmo have been awarded by the press and featured by Apple on multiple occasions. Copyright 2008-2022 Creaceed. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, iOS, macOS, iPhone, iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


Raphael Sebbe