Shopping lists were always a pain for me. One item is at one store, and another item is at another store. The answer to this is maintain separate lists. However, sometimes a given item can be found at either store, and crossing it off one list has it remain on the other.
The first iOS (then iPhone OS) app I ever made was the solution to this problem. The app has a single list of items and allows items to be added to multiple specified stores. Then, each store’s list is automatically generated and checking each item off marks it as purchased everywhere. The item can even be automatically added back to the list after a specified period of days.
Fixed issue with interface orientation preference not saving. Updated UI to modern iOS look. Now compatible with all device screen sizes.
Ratings and Reviews
Kool...Thiz iz how i like:D
Great little app!
Simple, smart and easy to use. Just what a shopping app should be. Nicely done!
Fills my "to-buy list"
I used to just list stuff in notepad because I couldn't find a suitable app for my needs. Many apps try to do too much and/or are too specific in their tasks. I just needed a place to put anything and everything I was interested in buying, in one place. I like how it sorts your items by store- so you can select the store (such as Best Buy) and you can see everything on your list available at Best Buy.
I haven't tried using the Repeat function that re-adds things to your list- which I can see would be helpful for something like groceries. I will have to try it out.
I think a nice added functionality would be to be able to categorize items on the list and/or assign priorities. Overall, a buck for this app is great and fits my needs perfect!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.