By Honeycrisp LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
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 1.1.0
Enabled gestures to show/hide completed items, along with shake to undo.
Various bug fixes.
Not worth it
This app doesn't improve upon manually copy/pasting ingredients from a recipe note into a separate grocery list note.
The import parsing is mediocre and requires a lot of curation. And while you can edit the "aisle" or category of an imported item, the name/amount cannot be edited. So for example, if it pulls ", boneless skinless" "3 count" for item name and amount respectively, you cannot edit the name to "chicken breast, boneless skinless". You can only recategorize under Meats and assume you'll remember what it is or create a new item manually. Lame.
It also doesn't collate same items together as promised or even attempt to group them. From 11 imported recipes it couldn't once group any of the same ingredients and it didn't always categorize them the same.
Lastly, each item is tagged with its source recipe on the info screen, so the data is obviously there. But there's no way to sort by recipe instead of category. Sloppy data modeling, crap programming. The only value of this app is in advertising an opportunity for a better programmer.
Like it, but missing one important thing
I may have a few recipes in my Evernote tagged for grocerytrip, but I want to be able only to buy for one of them. The app should allow to categorize the shopping list by recipe. Other than that it is a great little app.
Great concept, but it's too confusing & buggy to be useful, at least for my purposes. I do a lot of recipe testing and make grocery lists from Evernote, but there are so many duplicates and wrong items that I can't trust it. Sticking to Pepperplate for recipes & ingredients lists now!
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Aug 03, 2014
- Version: 1.1.0
- Size: 9.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Honeycrisp LLC
- © 2013 Miller Web Holdings, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.