"Shoppy allows you to concentrate on one thing – your grocery list" - iphoneincanada.ca
Have you tried grocery shopping apps on your iPhone and felt that they get in your way? Each update with even more features, adding to the clutter. If so, you have come to the right place: Shoppy will help you with your grocery shopping without getting in the way. Think "good old-fashioned paper list" but in the 21st century. We strive to keep the app clean and simple yet beautiful.
Shoppy makes it easy to add grocery items instead of coming preloaded with hundreds of them, for the simple reason that everyone has different needs and habits. Simply add your own items as you go along. Shoppy also doesn't use categories or multiple lists, it focuses on making your grocery shopping a breeze.
When you go shopping, Shoppy automatically learns the order you pick up items in the store and shows them in the right order the next time you're shopping.
• Share the Load
If you share the grocery shopping duties with a partner, you can easily send the grocery list to each other. The list can be read as a regular email or easily imported into your partner's Shoppy. You can also send the list as a text message.
• Piece of Paper
If you need to scribble down some reminders, there is even room on the backside of the list for notes - just like that old-fashioned grocery list, made out of a small piece of paper.
The Watch app is back in this release. You can now press firmly on the watch to undo if you picked the wrong item.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Almost everything I need, nothing I don't
I've been looking for a straightforward, simple list app since the App Store started. I've allllmost got it.
Extra notes fields when you need them
Quantity fields (useful for when you need to make sure you get all 10oz of whatever)
Shoppy does not have:
Prices (useless for New Yorkers)
Priorities (useless for just groceries)
Due dates (ditto)
A way to divide items into stores. I can add stores but can't create lists for each one? Seems weird, as I'd like to also add pharmacies and hardware stores, etc. and don't want screwdrivers listed next to bread.
A slightly more decent-looking interface- that's one thing I still like about some of the more robust apps like 2Do- it's prettier and more customizable.
For 99 cents, totally worth it if you're looking for the middle ground between plain old Apple Notes and turbo nutrition calculating, category tagging, price adding, ad-saturated crApps. Keep the updates coming!
Really nice, simple shopping list app
The interface is straightforward and easy to use. I like that rather than forcing you to use a particular way of organizing things, it just lets you keep a running list that’s always there when you go to the grocery store. No need to deal with prices or coupons or categories, which I always found to be too time-consuming for the benefit they offer. The automatic ordering of items is just enough to help keep things organized. The notes feature is also really helpful for keeping track of more infrequent or bulk purchases.
All I need
This app is all i need. I add to my grocery list until I go. Then the app learns the order things are in the store. Easy to use plus so helpful.
- Tinybird Interactive AB
- 17.3 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Tinybird Interactive AB
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.