Needs work so lets make suggestions Although it's mildly fun seeing a thumbnailed list of non-food items currently available in your local store, I am more likely to want passata than an epilator. What it needs: 1. food items 2. a way to add items to a virtual shopping list (press and hold is a good method) 3. something that tots up the price of your shopping list. 4. The completed shopping list itself needs to be available offline so you use it in your local store without signing in to mobile data. 5. you need to be able to search for products. To simplify this, rather than having to type things, there could be a list of categories eg vegetables, tinned; fruit, fresh; yoghurt, instant noodles, which then gives you a list of the items available in that category. A luxury extra (worth paying for this) would be finding out if an item is available in your local shop. The Paid For version could also include a (working) barcode scanner - something I have yet to find! The developer makes it clear that the app is still being developed so rather than just saying It's rubbish in our reviews, we have the chance to influence the finished product by saying what features would be useful to us.
Good beginnings Great for starters considering Lidl cannot be bothered to create an official app. What would be useful is a storefinder. Keep up the good work!
Not good This app seems only 2 show all offers that you can't eat, like books, gardening bulbs, clothes n tool's which r not much good 2 me, hence only 1 star
Out of date, little info, looks like a 10 year old created it ! Rubbish, check Aldi's, they know what they're doing !
How small can it get??? Great app if you could actually see the items, whats the point if you cant see??? Even the descriptions are badly shown terrible on the eyes!!
Update Was an ok app just see what specials were on offer. But hasn't been updated for over a month. So don't bother.
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