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Awarded Best for Food & Cooking, Evernote Devcup 2013
#1 Paid Food & Drink App in the US App Store for Dec 2013!
"I love this...the easiest grocery list there is."
- Lauren Atkins, Evernote Food Ambassador
“…ideal for people who already use Evernote for recipes and shopping lists, but even if you're not, it's worth checking out.”
- Alan Henry, Lifehacker.com
The only iPhone app that turns Evernote recipes into a shopping list!
Easy to use:
1. In Evernote, select recipes to be added to the list
2. Tag recipes with "grocerytrip"
3. Launch Grocerytrip and start shopping!
Designed for hassle-free grocery shopping:
* Items automatically organized by grocery aisle
* Combines items when needed
* User customizable grocery aisles
* Option to email or print out grocery list
Grocerytrip is designed to parse grocery items from clipped webpages and text based Evernote notes. It will not parse PDF files or images of recipes.
For complete details and a demo video on Grocerytrip, visit hcrisp.com/grocerytrip/
What's New in Version 1.0.1
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UI Improvements. Changed placement of buttons in Settings.
Simple and Powerful
This is an extremely useful app for anyone who uses Evernote to store recipes. It works exactly as described. I can quickly select recipes, tag them, and they appear collated and organized in GroceryTrip. I can even tag a separate Evernote shopping list, allowing me to integrate recipes with other items I need to buy.
The one thing this app does not do, which I have not seen any other app to either, is double a recipe. A quick workaround is to duplicate the Evernote recipe. Then select the duplicate and the original, and tag both. Grocerytrip will add the ingredients for the original and the duplicate to your shopping list.
Great app, questionable support
The app itself is great and works exactly as you would want it to. However, the icon does not show up on my iPad mini, and I am stuck staring at the default app icon (it looks like a polar graph and sticks out like a sore thumb). I have emailed the developer multiple times over the last 6 months, and they cannot say more than “they know about the problem, and it will be fixed in the next version”. I have had great experiences with some developers, who have released a fixed update within a few weeks of being notified of an issue. How hard can it be to fix the icon and send out an update?
Great app on first use
I don't write many app reviews because most of the time what I want to say has already been said. However the very first recipe I tagged with grocerytrip in Evernote showed me how handy this app is. Seems like every time I go to the store to get ingredients for a recipe that I stored in Evernote I forget something. It happened this thanks giving with a turkey recipe. So I raged that one and opened grocery trip and found it parsed that recipe perfectly and made check boxes for each ingredient. Very nice !
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Oct 11, 2013
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 6.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Miller Web Holdings, LLC
- © 2013 Miller Web Holdings, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.