Google user I love this app and use it all the time. I like the ability to set up my own categories. However, not all functionality works on samsung galaxy s5. I am unable to access any kind of settings menu because it just doesn't show on my screen.
Very happy so far! This is how i shop, one long list of items, then organized by location in the store. It sounds obsessive, but its so much faster. I know what aisles to bother with, and how much stuff i need in an area. Love to see: price to get an idea of how much i'll be paying, an online account so i can sync tablet, phone, and hubbys phone! So far, so good!
Great app Nice, simple and does the job. Love the colour coding of categories and the sliding action for quantities is pure genius. There's just a couple of options I'd like: 1) in the cart tab, could the purchased items get striked through and moved to the bottom rather than just being removed and 2) Collapsible lists using the relevant categories names and colours, would save having to scroll through all the items.
Used this for many years..but time to say goodbye Both OurGroceries and Out Of Milk are far superior. Both have Web synchronisation, list sharing, and a much nicer ui. I decided on OurGroceries as its more customizable, and when crossing of items, it displays them at the bottom, uncategorized, meaning you don't have to scroll through hundreds of crossed out items within each category to find the items in each category.
Great! There are so many of these apps that are overly complicated. If you want a basic shopping list to pick items and cross them off as you shop, this is it. View by a-z or category, add your items, then cross them off in your list as you go! Would be great if there was an iPhone version too. Maybe beyond the scope of the app and what it does (no servers needed), but would also be nice if you think of something and could add it to your list from the PC...no extra complications, just remote add...
It should keep statistics. It would be helpful for me if Hungry! would keep price statistics, so I could keep track of how much goods' prices fluctuate.