Have you ever returned from grocery shopping and realized you forgot that one item you really needed? Then Out of Milk is the perfect app for you: your Shopping List stays with you everywhere, the Pantry List allows you to keep track of your essentials so that you always know what you have at home, the To-Do list helps you keep track of any other items on your daily list.
* What the experts are saying *
'The Out of Milk app is straightforward and offers three main list functions: shopping, pantry and to do.'
Wall Street Journal
'#1 of Top 25 Apps For Moms'
'Top 10 Most-Used Shopping Apps'
'How To Simplify your grocery shopping'
'Grocery List Apps That Make Shopping, Syncing Lists Simple'
• Multiple shopping lists
• Save time by grouping items into categories
• Easily scan or enter items in your shopping lists
• Shopping list history remembers items
• Share lists by text or email
• Make a To-Do list
• Pantry list lets you inventory anything so you always know what's in your pantry
• Displays grand total and running total on your shopping list
• Access your lists online from anywhere on http://www.outofmilk.com/
Have questions or want to give us some feedback? We will help you any way we can through http://support.outofmilk.com/
Hey Out of Milkers, we've done a few fixes here and there to make your favorite shopping list app more secure. In addition to that, we've made some back end changes to also increase stability. Like always, feel free to let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
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A Couple Suggestions
I’m a new user...as in, I’m actually still trying to figure out the whole system. So far, I like it. I was a GroceryIQ user for probably 6-8 years, and I believe that app is being discontinued. This is the closest thing I’ve been able to find to that app in terms of store, category and item organization. I have two requests/suggestions, however. The first is that a weight option be added to pricing. I use the price by weight tool for cheeses, meats, and some produce. Being able to price things according to weight will help keep the accuracy of my overall budget when shopping. My second suggestion is a reverse info input on barcode scanning- right now, from what I can tell, the scanner either knows the barcode or doesn’t. The feature to add UPC codes to the item info is helpful, but it would also be neat to be able to scan and, if the barcode is unknown, immediately be able to fill in the necessary information for the product. That way the user doesn’t have to manually add the UPC numbers. So far, this is the most comprehensive shopping list app that I have been able to find, and I appreciate the features it already has- especially the option to add or remove sales tax (we don’t have sales tax on groceries in CA). If the developers are looking for new features to add, I think the price-by-weight and reverse barcode input would be two great ones to add.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback! We're glad you like our app and we'll forward your suggestions to our developers. Kind regards, Out of Milk Team
Categories appear to be fixed
Love this cleanly designed and easy-to-use grocery list that I can add items to whenever I happen to remember them. After using this app for years, I was getting very frustrated with some category issues mentioned by other reviewers. I started looking for other solutions, but this app still looks nicer and functions better for this purpose than any of the other grocery list or regular list apps I tried. I agonized over what to do, since this really affects my workflow. I finally created a new account on Out of Milk and started fresh. When I started out I had no categories, so I added my own and so far so good. It seems that the developers released an update before they really should have, but that the category issues have finally been fixed. I like having a separate app just for groceries, because I need different functions than on my regular to-do list. The only wish I have is that the to-do list section, which I'm not even using, be turned into some type of menu planning tool, which I would absolutely use. I tried another app that lets you store recipes and make menu plans, but it was cumbersome and ugly. I really don't need to store recipes because it would take too long to constantly add new ones (I like to try new things, so I'm not an "every Tuesday we have tacos" kind of cook). However, it would be nice to have a basic calendar where I could just list what I plan to cook each day.
A couple suggestions
I’ve been a GroceryIQ user for 8 years but that doesn’t work any longer with iOS 14 on my iPhone. So I needed to find a replacement. I tried several list apps and Out of Milk was the winner! It most closely resembles all the features of what I was used to. I have a couple suggestions to help make it even greater. Could the items on the list be sorted in alphabetical order within the categories? I buy a lot of produce weekly for my family and I often can’t recall if I’ve added a particular item. It would make searching through what is already on the list so much easier if the categories were sorted alphabetically instead of last added on top. The second suggestion would be to be able to create a “favorites” list and move items from that list to the grocery list. I found it useful to have an all encompassing list of all the items we buy regularly and be able to scan through that list to make sure I didn’t forget to check on the quantity on hand for this week’s list.
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- 39.9 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.