PSA’s Set Registry has a new design that should make it easier for collectors who want to interact with it via their mobile devices.
Home to over 115,000 sets, PSA says the Set Registry is “the hobby’s most used online set organization tool.” It serves as a platform for collectors who collect PSA-graded player, team and company sets for sports and non-sports cards.
The online Registry will now detect mobile browsers, allowing for optimal use on smartphones and tablets. In addition to being mobile-responsive, the PSA Set Registry also features a newly designed user interface with clearer text and larger buttons.
Collectors can update, review and share their sets with other collectors through the Registry platform.
“The world has gone mobile, and collectors expect to be able to access their sets from any location, at any time,” said PSA President Joe Orlando.
According to PSA, the updates to the software have been in development for about a year, and represent a significant upgrade over the last version of the Set Registry.
“The PSA Set Registry just got better,” said PSA Set Registry Director BJ Searls, “but this is just the beginning. We will be rolling out a new mobile app for Android and iOS in early 2017 that will even further enhance the Registry experience for mobile users.”
Another feature of the new PSA Set Registry responsive design is the ability to upload photographs of cards, tickets and packs directly from a mobile device.
“We expect this new release, as well as the upcoming PSA Set Registry mobile app, to take participation and competition to a whole new level,” Orlando added.
In addition to a mobile application, PSA will be adding mobile responsiveness for the PSA/DNA autograph and game-used bat section of the PSA Set Registry in early 2017.