UI Improvement Needed I agree with others: the use interface is clumsy and unintuitive. The concept is a great one, but, typical of database-based apps*, the execution could use significant polishing. Once you get the hang of it, it works pretty well, but getting the hang of it can be a challenge. *I say this as a database developer.
Pretty good app The categories work well. I wish it had drag & drop category sorting so I could arrange categories to store layouts. Also, it's easy to accidentally dump an item out of the list.
Has a learning curve but worth the effort. Handles fractions of a penny and integrates well with my ASUS MemoPad. Would like to see the ability to add sales tax or, as a work-around, a negative discount.
Pretty good On older platforms I've known better apps, apps that learn both buying habits and shop layouts, but I've since found nothing better than this.
cannot add items to custom catagories. del.
Cumbersome UI, hard to track totals The UI is cumbersome if your trying to add items quickly at the store. Buying an item pulls it off your list and out of the total being spent so hard to stay under budget. It is stable, no crashes. Search for items to add them is cumbersome. Adding prices on the fly in the store requires leaving the list and going to a list is prices. Just way to hard to get around quickly. Can't scan the barcode on an item at the store without leaving the list.
+ Minor bug fixes
+ Change on the behavior of Internet image search, due to Google has discontinued its free service for integrated searches inside applications.
#1 rated & most downloaded shopping list on Google in 2017. Need we say more?
Simple but powerful shopping list. Voice input. Sync your lists in real-time.