Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Three Apps For Your Grocery Shopping

We just stumbled on these three apps that you could use for your next shopping particularly (grocery shopping).

1. AnyList
AnyList has an easy-to-use interface, and it lets you save and share multiple lists with friends and family. You can also save recipes and add items to your list using Siri or Reminders. It's available for free on iOS

2. Grocery IQGrocery IQ is built for utter simplicity. It organizes your list and has an autocomplete feature that suggests food items as you type, which is great for forgetful folks. It is availabe for free on iOS and Android

3. Big Oven
Big Oven wants you to cook more. The app has more than 250,000 recipes in its database for you to dig through. Don't know what to look for specifically? Tell it what's in your fridge, or what you're browsing for in the grocery store, and it will send you recipes that you can make with those items. The app also has a grocery list feature, so you can add and save items to scroll through once you hit the supermarket. It is available for free on iOS, Android and Windows.

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