Originally Posted by SherryDAmore
MyPantry2 does the same thing; it also keeps an inventory, and connects to any grocery stores's site, from which you can make your list. I can scan what I'm buying and keep a price book.
That sounds neat, too, but I don't need anything that complicated myself. I've just found from past experience that the more complicated an app is, the more error prone it is, and the less likely I am to use it. Besides, most of the places I shop don't have their stock listed online.
One feature I think might be useful would be some way to flag items that you have a coupon for. I could see using that occasionally, but other than that, I wouldn't want it to be cluttered with too many features.
By the way, my wife was at the big box store this morning and called to see if I had picked up toilet paper yesterday. I told her "Check the app. Do you see toilet paper crossed off the list?"
"Ok, I guess we need toilet paper then."