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Old July 11th, 2010, 01:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Great grocery list app found!

Not sure if this is the right place to post, but I was so happy with this app I just wanted to share here. (no, I didn't write it or have anything to do with it)

Was looking for a simple "grocery list" app, and there are tons of them. The thing I love best about "Our Groceries" is how cool and easily it shares lists across it's website and OTHER non-Android phones.

My wife has a Blackberry (and she loves it, don't ask me why..) but anyway, so I installed this grocery app on both our phones, and it automatically sync's the lists:

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I've also replaced my "To Do" app with this one, instead of making a "grocery list" I just add a "to do" list and it sync's across both phones too. Kinda cool but now my wife can add to my to do list too easy..

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It is a great app. My wife and I use it daily and its nice that I can just add stuff and it shows up on her phone.
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+1...we love OurGroceries.
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We tried it briefly, but couldn't find an obvious way to create lists for different stores. We switched to Grocery iQ which allows multiple lists and also syncs seamlessly...
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We tried it briefly, but couldn't find an obvious way to create lists for different stores.
From the 'Shopping Lists' page, menu - 'Add Shopping List'

+1 for OurGroceries - using on Nexus One and iPhone 3GS (girlfriend).
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We also use it and think it is the greatest. We also use the "Recipe" function to create lists of things that we do often and don't want to forget to bring something. For example, we play in a band, so each time we pack up we want to make sure we don't forget anything. We now have a recipe called "band". When we recall it, we both check off what we put in our trailer as we do it. It's also great for camping or other traveling.

We love how fast grocery shopping is now. I start on one side of the store an she starts on the other. We usually meet somewhere in the middle and everything is checked off. It's pretty cool to see the things get checked off as she gets them.
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We tried it briefly, but couldn't find an obvious way to create lists for different stores. We switched to Grocery iQ which allows multiple lists and also syncs seamlessly...

Do you sync to a Blackberry? I didn't see where Grocery IQ worked on Blackberry's, but maybe I missed it. That's actually the first one I looked at, and it looked cool but we just wanted to sync between our phones. (Android and Blackberry)
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Do you sync to a Blackberry? I didn't see where Grocery IQ worked on Blackberry's, but maybe I missed it. That's actually the first one I looked at, and it looked cool but we just wanted to sync between our phones. (Android and Blackberry)
Nope we have a pair of Androids...
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I love, LOVE this app. My wife and I had friends coming over for dinner and had to run to the grocery. Since we got a late start, we split up in the grocery story to try to finish as quickly as possible. Both of us had this app and android phones.

It worked flawlessly! We finished our shopping in half the time. It was great to look down at the list and see things being marked off as she found them.
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great app. we use it all the time
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Thanks for the recommendation. I just deleted GroceryIQ and replaced it with this. I like OurGroceries much better.
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Interesting - going to try this.
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Tangent,

On the main page, Ourgroceries lists all your grocery lists you have created. Below the last list that was created is "Add a shopping list..." If you click on this, you create a new list.

Love it and wouldn't want to be without it.
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This is really cool. Just wish I had someone to share my lists with.
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How do you get the lists to sync between phones. My wife and I have HTC Heros and I put it on both phones but they do not sync.
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Did you go to menu, settings, list sharing and set up an email address? You both have to enter the same email. There is a faq on the website that had more info and suggestions on how to use.
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Thanks for the suggestion. I just got the droid x and gave my technology challenged husband my droid 1. I gave his this app, he does the shopping since he works in a grocery store. He calls me everyday for our list but now he just looks at the app and doesn't forget what I tell him to get. This is going to be a very well used app in our house. It even syncs from my iPad.
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Another tangent: Is there any way to sync a droid grocery list to your PC either through direct USB connection or through Google in some way?

I use Jorte Calendar, for instance, and I type out my schedule on Google Calandar and then sync my HTC Hero directly to Google. The truth is I have three different groceries programs on my Hero, and none of them seem any good. I don't want to type out grocery lists on this device.

Edit: Might as well post the answer to my own question since I just found one that I will share in case anyone else had a similar question. There is an app caled You've got shopping, I kid you not! It is a very nice little app that allows you to email your shopping list to your phone. It's free, but the only caveat is you have to follow the VERY EASY directions exactly or the program will ignore your shopping list. There is an initial setup that takes like 3 minutes, tops I just tested it out and it works fantastic! Anyway, sorry to answer my own question, folks, but I bet one or two of you probably wanted to know it.
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Goto OurGroceries and click on Your Lists. It's all right there and easily editable.
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I'd love to see an app that allows me to sync my shopping list to someone that doesn't have a smartphone and vica versa.
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I'd love to see an app that allows me to sync my shopping list to someone that doesn't have a smartphone and vica versa.
OurGroceries syncs with the computer as well. So you can have the wife updating from a smartphone, while the kids are updating from the computer, all the while you are shopping and checking off the list.

Truly remarkable!
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This looks like a good thread to post this in:

I recently did a comparison of OurGroceries and Grocery iQ. Surprise, surprise, neither had all the features I want/need. Unfortunately, using both apps is horribly inefficient, so I have to pick one.

IMO, OurGroceries has far more potential but Grocery iQ is a superior time saver as of right now. If my main priority was list synchronization, OurGroceries would be the way to go, but since my main priority is in-store-efficiency, Grocery iQ is the easy choice, especially if I shop at more than one store on a regular basis (I do). The main reason Grocery iQ does make in-store-shopping so much more efficient is b/c of the ability to set up different stores and set the store aisles. You can then apply any shopping list to any store and it will sort things by aisle for you.

So am I settling for Grocery iQ you ask? Not exactly: below is an email I sent to the OurGroceries team (support@ourgroceries.com and info@ourgroceries.com both got the email bc I wasn't sure which to go to first).
HINT: I suggest that you send similar emails if you feel the same as me about the needed additions to OurGroceries... I mean who doesn't want an uber app?!

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I wanted to email to express my gratitude for the excellent app you've produced. It has helped me be more productive and thorough when shopping already.

The next part of the email is suggestions. I'm sure you get these all the time, and I apologize for joining the crowd, but I recently found an app that puts me between a rock and a hard place when it comes to choosing between the two apps. Before I get going, I want acknowledge that I am not paying for your app, and therefore, this email should be taken as a humble request: I am by no means suggesting that I deserve these features or that you owe me them. I completely understand that the only real reason you for making changes is to stay competitive, so I'm simply hoping to provide some suggestions to assist you in doing that. It appears that your only real competition on the Android platform is Grocery iQ, so that is the other app I will focus on.

Right now I'm left wavering between your OurGroceries app and Grocery iQ app. Here's my comparison to help you understand what I'm looking for (and based on the comments on the market and in a few forums I'm a member of, it isn't just me):

OurGroceries app advantages:
> Better syncing between more devices (Grocery iQ only does btwn other phones)
> Recipe feature (not present in Grocery iQ)
> Quicker/more simple adding of items
> Ability to text message a list (Grocery iQ does emailing only which means I need to copy/paste to send via text message)

Grocery iQ app advantages:
> Stores feature (the draw of this is the ability to enter aisle numbers for different stores and then filter my shopping checklists by aisle for a given store. This is a HUGE time saver.)
> Ability to add item prices and more detailed info

Both apps are missing:
> The ability to check off or uncheck all items at once (a check all/ uncheck all feature).


Right now since my need to be more efficient outweighs my need for sharing, Grocery iQ seems to be the better choice, simply because it keeps me organized by asile at all my regular stores. As I mentioned before, this is a HUGE HUUUUGE time saver. Overall, I like OurGroceries better, but the store/aisles feature in Grocery iQ is really indispensable. Please let me know if you are planning to include a similar functionality any time in the near future for your Android version of OurGroceries.
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GROCERY IQ HELP ... I also am LOVING Grocery IQ, using it for a few months now BUT I need help... when I add things on the www.groceryiq website, it doesn't add it to my phone, even though I use the same login, I have even tried to log out on my phone and log back in but it doesn't update.. I actually have to delete the app, and re add it. Any thing Im missing here???
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We tried it briefly, but couldn't find an obvious way to create lists for different stores. We switched to Grocery iQ which allows multiple lists and also syncs seamlessly...
I wish it would sync seamlessly for my wife and I. Whenever I add or take something off it will show up on hers, but when she adds or takes something off it does not show up on mine about 20% of the time (she creates a list with 20 items and only 16 will show up on mine).

We thought about switching but have decided to wait and hope that they get the sync part working better.
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OurGroceries is a pretty awesome app. We share among two BB's and and Android. We are now considering adding this to our kids' BB's for simple lists like things to bring on a trip.

The almost instant sync between multiple devices and access through the PC is an added plus. I wish this app can include other functionality like general notes.
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I wish you could scan a product and have an option to add it to your list. ie when you ran out.
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nice app -- been looking for something like this, thx
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I wish you could scan a product and have an option to add it to your list. ie when you ran out.

I use Out of Milk and it has that feature.

You need to buy the pro version to be able to sync with another device, but the free version does have a bar code scanner.

Great app for free (nobody else does any shopping around here) and it has a lot of features you might like too like a to-do list and a pantry list.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.capigami.outofmilk&hl=en
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We've been using Wunderlist for this. Syncs across all platforms we have - IOS, Android, PC, Blackberry. We can even use it on the Nook Color using the web browser link.

Gotta admit I'd love it if Wunderlist allowed me to scan items and thereby log in what I need, and had a by-store, by-aisle organizing feature. But those oversights are just minor inconveniences compared to all the other things it does so well.
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after searching a lot I found cloudlist a long time ago. However it had some problems with syncing. Sometimes things I added messed up my gf's phone and it just never stopped messing up. OurGroceries seem to support what I need: An easy list with categories. Categories help me find groceries that is close to each other in the store. E.g. Coca-Cola is close to Pepsi Max etc. By just doing alphabetically you end up going back and forward in the store, spending too much time finding stuff. So you gotta use categories. E.g. Wunderlist does not support categories.

I have a list of 293 items now sorted within 13 categories (a lot end up uncategorized as they are..well.. their own category). but most is categorized.

The only problem with OurGroceries is that when you incorrectly press one of the items they disappear very fast. So you don't notice which item you pressed.
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My rShopping List Android Grocery List app is quickly closing in on 10,000 downloads and the good folks here helped make that happen.

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+1 for Our Groceries. This is one of the most useful, time-saving apps I have.
I researched others mentioned above, but chose Our Groceries. Things we love & additional uses:
1) My wife & I can stay synced (even while tackling the same store from different ends).
2) Easy PC/Mac (as well as phone) editing on the OurGroceries website. You can even copy & paste text from existing lists. (Just use the "import" blank field).
3) Packing list & To Do list capable.
4) Crossed-off items remain visible (in a strike-through font) at the bottom of your list and can be restored to the list by simply clicking on them. So for example, you don't have to re-type "milk", remember your inkjet cartridge part #, or re-look-up your car's oil filter part #.
5) "Best Price" list. We keep a benchmark list of "Best Prices" at which stores so that we know, for example, when we go into our local grocery store, if their sale price on item X is as good as the normal price at Costco. (No need to cross-off items since it's not really a shopping list.) Such "Best price" items (are automatically sorted alphabetically) and might include an item like, "Margarine, Canola Harvest tub, 1lb, $2.79. ($2.79/lb)- Costco."


I recommend choosing the option to "long-press" items to cross them off the list, otherwise you can accidentally cross them off the list.
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Ooo..ya I like Our Groceries. Going to try it out for a hwhile. Thanks
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Just release V1.9.0 of rShopping List.
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Yes, my wife and I have used Our Groceries for over a year. It's great because we can add to the list when we think of something and it updates virtually real-time. Also, we can make different lists for different stores.

I highly recommend it.
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How about a more minimalist grocery list that still has the ability to sync between two androids? Has anyone tried Out of Milk? I would like to hear from someone that has tested it out. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.capigami.outofmilk&feature=related_ apps
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How about a more minimalist grocery list that still has the ability to sync between two androids? Has anyone tried Out of Milk? I would like to hear from someone that has tested it out. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.capigami.outofmilk&feature=related_ apps
Nice find. I'll check it out along w/ my wife & see how it goes. Will post back here after a few days. Thanks
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Yep. I'd say that's a pretty good app & sync is working great so far. If it continues to work as it does so far, I'll def be purchasing pro version.
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I'm using the paid version of Out of Milk. I give it a 5 star rating.
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I am using Grocery IQ.

The reason I chose this program is that it allows me to type my typing list directly from my desktop (via their website) and then sync it to my Android.

Wish there was a piece of software/app that I could download to my Mac so I wouldn't necessarily have to type the list on a website. Not a deal breaker, mind you.
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Try "Shopping Buddy":

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sevencoins.shoppingbuddy

Currently Android-only. I am trying to find time to finish an iOS version.

Main focus of Shopping Buddy:

- Simplicity. You won't find any complex database functions in this app. It is built to replace shared pieces of paper which is frequently misplaced.

- Syncs to the cloud. Multiple persons can share and update the same list. May be handy for a solo user with multiple devices.

- Supports attachment of photo to each item (which is also synced). This is useful for product identification, price verification, imaging a paper coupon etc.

- Supports Twitter-like hashtags for categorizing items. Familiar, flexible and lets you categorize an item under multiple categories.

- Price-free and ad-free, and will remain so, I promise
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Try "Shopping Buddy":

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- Syncs to the cloud. Multiple persons can share and update the same list. May be handy for a solo user with multiple devices.

- Price-free and ad-free, and will remain so, I promise
Not bad man. I like it. One thing though. Where in the "cloud" does it sync to?
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Syncs to a MySQL database on my server.
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My husband has an iPhone and I have an HTC so we needed to find a grocery list app that supported both phones.


ZipList is a nice because it syncs across both devices and between both of our user names. We both can add to the list to make sure we get what we want. The list can be customized but my favorite feature is that the list is auto-grouped by store aisle so we get out of the store pretty quickly.
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Recommendation or vendor ad?
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Have been using ZipList for almost two years now. I also suggest that you check out Buy me a Pie which was just recently released for Android - great UI and simplified approach.
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You may want to try Listonic, as well.
I do not use it very often, by many of my friends do.
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