Great Idea! I have been thinking of writing something like this for years! After hearing an interview on Hanselminutes, I was excited. But it turns out that every store is unique and there is no way to quickly get information on exactly what is where in your local store. So while I love the concept, I wish there was a way to more quickly add stores to the database. Almost all of the negative reviews aren't really reviews at all. If your area is not yet in the database, you cannot use this app. And if you cannot use it, you cannot review it. The people giving it one start are really saying "What a great idea! I wish I could use it!" I already shop with phone in hand because I use it for store lists. My store card is stored in the Card Star app and my phone gets coupons (which I never use). Please help me isle-finder! Get some East Coast data! The Isle Finder API is already open sourced. Lets work on getting a way to import data through the API!
Sounds like a good idea, but not usable at the moment. I created an an online account and it said, "Congratulations." It then asks you to login. I did and I got the following error, "Your login attempt was not successful. Please try again." I did and still the same error. No different experience on my smartphone. Get the site working and I'll revise this review after using it, otherwise the 1-star stands. Also, why make the users login after creating their account? It should be seamless... create account and log you in at the same time. Annoying... bigly!
No Houston!?!? One of the largest cities in the nation? Eager roll out has left this app lacking. Before you promote in a major magazine, you should have all your "cities" together.
Good Idea, Bad Implementation App is really confusing and not intuitive for something that supposed to be really simple Adding a new list does nothing Spent a minute trying to understand how to use it , and just gave up
Less than Zero 2 cities in Oregon, difficult to navigate and add item's to shopping list. Should include scan function to create list from items in home pantry.
Great idea, bad carry out I was just talking about how they need to have something like this but it's definitely not put together well.
This is the First Version. Enjoy!