(iOS app only, for now)
This app came recommended to me by someone I work with and thought I thought that I could get by with just the “Notes” or “Tasks” app on my iPhone, after just a few minutes of working with it though, I can see the powerful potential it has.
This little app allows you to not only create multiple lists for any reason, but you can add item prices, photos (great for when you send the husbands to the store), and sales tax. This app take shopping lists from just a list of “stuff I need” to “on this isle you will find X, Y, and Z and your have $$ in your budget left”.
One feature I am a little disappointed in is the syncing between devices. 1. It requires Dropbox (which is an online cloud backup service), 2. The process is a few more steps than I would have liked because it’s a backup service, not a true sync and 3. It will completely replace, not append, a list when you update from a backup. So, you almost have to have one master device acting as the point of entry and then updating the other devices that share the Dropbox account. For two people with their own iPhones, it could get a bit tricky with the coordination.
It appears you can get the entire functionality from the app without the $.99 purchase to get rid of ads, but I find the ads distracting and cumbersome when trying to use it (some apps are nice enough to place them out of the way). If I continue to use this app, I am definitely going to purchase it. I do feel the value of the app justifies the price it is offered for.
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