In iTunes, there's a wish list for songs, movies, apps and more. Until iOS 6, this wish list was only visible on the desktop version of iTunes. iOS 7 added support for adding items from the iTunes and App Store app to this list. But for the Mac App Store, there's still no wish list.
Nevertheless, you sometimes see apps on the Mac App Store which seem interesting, but you don't really know if you want to buy them. So, put it on a wish list. But wait, which wish list? Of course you could create a note or a list in the reminders app, but that doesn't seem to be a good solution.
That's where Ceceree comes into play. It lets you add apps, from both the iOS and Mac App Store, and organize them in lists.
You can see all important information about the apps you've added - name, icon, rating, price, screenshots, description - without the need to open the App Store or having a network connection.
Ceceree is able to update your apps automatically and notify you about any changes. So if there's an app you'd like to buy but you don't feel comfortable with the price or you're waiting for a new version of an app, Ceceree can tell you about changes almost immediately.
After you update an app, you will of course see the latest information. Imagine you're waiting for the price of this awesome app to drop. Now it's been updated and you're not sure if the price fell or rose. Don't worry, Ceceree will remember those information for you.
The easiest way to add an app is to enter the iTunes URL in Ceceree, but of course you don't have it always on hand. In this case just enter the name of the app you want to add and Ceceree will search the iTunes Store for you.
There will be a Safari extension for Ceceree which adds a button to Safari's toolbar. The next time you see a link to an app, just open it and press the "Add to Ceceree" button. Ceceree will be opened, your app will be added and you're done.
With Ceceree you don't have just one list. It let's you create multiple lists and assign an individual color to each list.
If you realize an app is on the wrong list, just move it to another list. You can also reorder apps within lists themselves.