After using paper notes for grocery lists, I figured there must be some apps to help with grocery shopping in this digital age. The question is which ones are useful and helpful. I did a quick search and found several. Now I'd appreciate a good recommendation.
My family shops at warehouses mostly. No need for extras like coupons, just a list where we can organize. It would be nice to have support of web, iPhone, and Android.
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posted: Feb. 11, 2013 @ 8:58p
Duplicate post, sorry.
posted: Feb. 11, 2013 @ 8:59p
Try Cozi or Don't forget the milk
posted: Feb. 12, 2013 @ 10:26a
I use Cozi too, but honestly don't use it that much, because I coupon. It's great for a basic list though.
FYI, for those who coupon, I found using Google Reader and adding your favorite coupon blogs works great, especially for those times when you're in the store and can't remember all the deal details.
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posted: Feb. 12, 2013 @ 4:46p
paper doesn't require charging
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posted: Feb. 12, 2013 @ 6:21p
I use GroceryIQ, allows multiple stores and will even attempt to sort by type if it knows what it is.
posted: Feb. 24, 2013 @ 8:13a
Wegmans (wegmans.com) has an app! I have not used it, but their website is awesome (as well as their stores!)
from wegmans.com: Shopping made easier -Remembers past purchases for easy shopping list creation -Organizes shopping list by aisle -Adds recipe ingredients straight to your list
It's available for apple and android, and "coming soon" for kindle fire and for nook.
There's also a "beta shopping list builder" on their website once you login (free to create an account), as well as a "Quick Adds for Your Shopping List" option, product finder (you can even see prices at your local store if you have one), and there's a post-it note area to add notes. If you have a membership card, it "remembers" your past purchases for you, and you can create lists from previous purchases... you can even have it set up your shopping list aisle-by-aisle.
Even if you do not have a store nearby, I would recommend at least looking at this- it's very well organized!
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