News

October 16, 2020: Version 1.0.17 is out!

  • Revised and improved recommended inventory item choices and amounts

October 6, 2020: Version 1.0.16 is out!

  • Added CSV import. Now you can export your inventory from Inventory Wolf as a CSV file, edit it with a spreadsheet program on your desktop, then re-import it into the app for continued mobile inventory management.
  • Added Wolfy’s Tip-of-the-week to the Home screen. Check in each week to get a new prepping tip.
  • UI and stability improvements

September 17, 2020: The UPC database (upcdatabase.com) that Inventory Wolf uses for barcode scanning has been down all day. If it persists, we’ll integrate a backup UPC database service. [UPDATE: Backup UPC service has been integrated.]

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Latest Blog Entries

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  • Inventory Backups and Sharing
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