Supermarket Check-In is a social app which allows people to check their local supermarket information and stock levels, submitted by other users of the app, and then "check-in" themselves to share their own experience.
The app relies on your experiences, so grab the app and check your local supermarket out, then next time you head out shopping make sure to "check-in" to keep everything up-to-date.
Supermarket Check-In can help you avoid the busiest time when you head out for your shop. This will not only help you shop at a quieter time, but also minimise the time spent shopping by helping you choose a time when the products you need more are likely stocked.
SUPERMARKET CHECK-IN+ PRICING & TERMS
With a Supermarket Check-In+ upgrade, you will be able to remove adverts and have access to advanced features such as favourite stores and retailers. We offer the following auto-renewing subscriptions:
Monthly - £0.49/month with FREE 3 day trial
Annually - £4.99/year with FREE 7 day trial
Lifetime - £9.99 One-off payment
These prices are for United Kingdom customers. Pricing in other countries may vary, and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence.
Supermarket Check-In+ subscriptions are charged through your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew at the price and period selected above unless you turn off auto-renewal at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal in your iTunes account settings after purchase. Refunds are not provided for the unused portion of any term, and any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when a purchase is made.
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Ratings and Reviews
This won’t work until they get supermarkets onboard.
Great idea, but unfortunately there just isn’t enough of an active user base for this app to be useful. I suspect most users will download the app for information only, with no intention of adding data. Currently, most will probably delete the app once they discover that their local stores have not been “checked in” recently.
This app could be effective if individual supermarkets (or workers in those supermarkets) signed up to it in order to add data at regular intervals. It would help those supermarkets manage queue lengths and the experiences of their customers.
Another function to add could be a predictive function, based on asking the user if they intend to visit a particular store (and at what time) - to gauge how busy a store is expected to be at that time. When the number crunching / algorithm returns a result to the user, they can confirm whether or not they intend to proceed with their visit.
This could be a v. useful app, but unfortunately it’s only as good as the data that is added (which at the moment is not very good).
A brilliant idea but effectively pretty useless
When my wife heard about this app from a friend, we downloaded it straight away as it sounded a brilliant idea.
Sadly, it will only become useful once people actually start feeding their data into it. Most times I go to look at one of the local supermarkets, the app gives me a queue time but, if you look closer, the last check-in was a day or even two days ago. Not much use there.
Are people using the app but not entering their data? Or are not many people using it at all? And the queues are maybe too could to reall represent accurately. We went to a supermarket recently and when we went in there was no queue or wait at all but by the time we left we could see a couple of dozen people queueing to get in. So what do I enter there - our experience or what it looks to be like now?
Maybe the overall data could be pooled to show a graph with queue length against time, so at least you could get an idea of when generally we’re the busiest times.
The app is a really great idea for these strange social distancing times but unless loads more people use it AND feedback their data, it really isn’t proving that informative.
Very useful ... but needs more us using it
This was pretty accurate when used the other day, but like a previous review notes, it needs more users to up the accuracy. It’s a great idea.
I note the update which is good to identify duplicate stores ... As a user you can report a duplicate store for the App admin to review.
But it would be helpful to be able to have the duplicate store ‘greyed out’ on the phone - so it’s no longer active on a individual’s phone list while the App Admin look into it.
There also needs a way of differentiation between a number of stores in the same area that are in the same shop group.
For example a Tesco has a number of stores Tesco Extra, Tesco, & smaller Tesco locals. When these are very close together it does make it difficult to ID. Perhaps a road name or something to identify?
When opening the App it would be helpful to get a notice of any App updates.
I dislike the fact I cannot get rid of the Instagram add on the bottom of my list.
It is a great idea and has been useful so far but can be so much better 😁
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- Apptimal Ltd
- 50.2 MB
- Social Networking
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with the Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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- In-App Purchases
- Supermarket Check In+ Monthly £0.49
- Supermarket Check In+ Annually £4.99
- Supermarket Check In+ Lifetime £9.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.