50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Really helpful
- Easy to use
- Some will miss barcode scanning
Use this app to create a shoplist easily
Hungry! Shoplist is a useful app that allows you to write a shopping list in a really easy way, trying to make it simpler than other similar applications.
The instructions are the following: Slide the keyboard or put your phone in landscape mode to add new items, choose the color depending on the type of food item (vegetables, soups, pasta, meat fruit), and use Cart to shop by tapping to remove the bought items and continue shopping. You can also edit or delete the categories and increase the quantities by sliding your finger above the item name.
This app is a really simple tool for going shopping, without barcode scanning or additional features, just the basic information that you really need. It was created by r4t Develop and this is their only Android application so far. Recommended for those who want an easy way to remember what to buy.
Want an EASY way to do the shopping? Tired of tons of complicated featured you don't want to use? Try Hungry! A free shopping list alternative!
-SLIDE THE KEYBOARD or turn to LANDSCAPE to add new items
-SLIDE THE FINGER on an item to add/remove items
-LONG CLICK on categories to edit them!!
-Use CART tab to shop
-Email, import or export them
-Use Menu->Settings to CUSTOMIZE
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
Reastore from SD card to another phone doesn't work. First Xperia Arc second Xperia Z
There are so many of these apps that are overly complicated. If you want a basic shopping list to pick items and cross them off as you shop, this is it. View by a-z or category, add your items, then cross them off in your list as you go! Would be great
Both OurGroceries and Out Of Milk are far superior. Both have Web synchronisation, list sharing, and a much nicer ui. I decided on OurGroceries as its more customizable, and when crossing of items, it displays them at the bottom, uncategorized, meaning y
This is how i shop, one long list of items, then organized by location in the store. It sounds obsessive, but its so much faster. I know what aisles to bother with, and how much stuff i need in an area. Love to see: price to get an idea of how much i'll b