AnyList: Grocery Shopping List
Description of App
AnyList is the best way to create and share grocery shopping lists. Easily share a list with your spouse or roommate. List changes show up instantly on everyone's iPhone or iPod touch.
- AnyList is fast. Quickly add and check off items from your lists and get on about your business.
- AnyList is organized. List items are automatically categorized. Create as many lists as you wish.
- AnyList lets you share. Just enter the email address of your spouse or roommate and your list is shared. List changes instantly show up on everyone's iPhone or iPod touch.
- AnyList helps you plan. Need a recipe idea? We have recipes from some of the web's top recipe publishers. Browse by popularity or main ingredient. Easily add ingredients to your shopping list.
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Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
Although much of this app is accessible, poor button labelling and a confusing interface make it hard to use with VoiceOver.
I was also left with the feeling that there were elements of this app that were not being found by VoiceOver.
At the time of posting, this app is free to mark its launch. So, you might want to grab it now, just in case you find it more usable than I did.
0 people have recommended this app
I just started using this app today and I have found it to be quite functional. Once an item is added, you can easily select which isle it belongs in or even create a new isle. If you do the paid subscription version, (frown, frown), then you can also add items to specific stores and create multiple lists. I don't particularly appreciate when an app developer creates a subscription model. I would rather pay once and be done. But, beyond that, the app works quite nicely.
According to the impressive help section, you can give the app permission to access the Reminders app. Then you can use Siri and add an item to the Reminders app. Then, each time the AnyList app is reopened, it automatically pulls in the data from the Reminders list.
the original poster indicated that it didn't seem to perform very well, when using VoiceOver, but this was back in 2012. Perhaps the app updates have resolved whatever problems were encountered, because, beyond a slight learning curve in the app, I have no problems. It's really nice that you can browse your list by isle, simply by utilizing the headings feature on the rodor.
So, if you got stuck with a now defunct 32 bit grocery shopping app as I did, I highly recommend giving the AnyList a try. They have a nice help section, where you can become more acquainted with the apps wealth of features.
Enjoy. and happy shopping.