By Two Old Beans
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Do you know what items are lurking at the bottom of your freezer chest? Have you ever been at the grocery store wondering, how many frozen pizzas are in the freezer so you can decide whether to buy the frozen pizza that is on sale? How many do you need?
iFroze is the application that will help you answer these questions. iFroze is an easy to use freezer inventory application that keeps track of the items in your freezer.
The free version allows only 20 different items (10 pizzas and 15 TV-dinners count as 2 items).
The paid version maintains all data and allows unlimited items.
- Multiple category hierarchy.
- Automatic dating of items.
- Listing of items in order of their due date.
- Item counts for each category.
- Items are identified by either an entered label or the freezer entry date.
- Information stored for each item includes freezer entry date, due date, label, quantity, location, and any notes.
- Easy incrementing and decrementing of items when you add or remove items from the freezer.
- Formation of shopping list from items.
- Grocery shopping
- Meal planning
- Freezer item location
- Pantry item inventory
- Emergency preparedness
- Cottage and boat item inventory
Note: iTunes and the app store do not synchronize data between devices (it over-writes app data according to most recent sync, not most recent update). Therefore we recommend you install iFroze on only 1 device for each iTunes id.
What's New in Version 1.1
- Fixed an obscure way to crash iFroze. (Thanks to users reporting)
- Better data management to ensure data is not lost if there are any other bugs.
Simplicity is the key
I like this app. It is simple and does what I want it to do. I can create categories and subcategories to keep track of my food which is in several locations. That is all I need it to do. I especially like that I can check the database using both expiration dates and location.
I have had almost no difficulty in creating the database although I organize things a bit differently from what they suggest. It still works fine. The only drawback I've found is that I can't seem to figure out how to add something to the shopping list. If I reduce an item to zero, it asks me if I want to delete it? Everything I've tried has not worked and the Help is not entirely helpful. Once I get it to work, it'll be worth a purchase from me.
Update - Since my update to iOS 5 on the iPad, iFroze is SUPER glitchy and won't respond. BTW, I never heard from the developers regarding a previous problem and there have been no updates whatsoever. Still a good idea. Bad execution. I wouldn't recommend this app.
I dont know why the bad reviews!! i got a deep freezer not too long ago and have started adding meals to it. This app is awesome. I can add categories and subcategories with ease, sort easily and in the notes section put what I need to add to the meal or the cooking instructions.
Wish list: export function so I can print it and have it on my fridge as well and ability to edit a category.
I expected more options on this app. Really didn't help keep track of the groceries. I probably could do better with a pen and paper.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Oct 27, 2010
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 0.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Two Old Beans
- © 2010 Two Old Beans.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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