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Just like everyone else in the world we an extremely busy couple. The ability to maintain a functioning up to the second shopping list is a lifesaver. We don't just use this groceries. Business supplies, maintenance supplies, building materials, medications. Anything you or your family can potentially purchase can be made into a list. Such a timesaver. We are sure there are still more uses that we have not tapped into as of yet. Thank you for this app. I think everyone that uses apps will find this one one of the most productive there is that truly benefits the family!
Bring is a very inventive and design friendly application that looks to fill all of one’s shopping list needs. To start off the design itself is creative with an artiste flair and colorful backdrop. The app is easy to navigate and use with a simple touch allowing users to use the default lists provided or create their own. Adding items to the lists are easy with a simple tap to an item that is listed in the provided category. I have yet to test the extensive database but items that are presented can be detailed with more information relevant to how you shop. Instead of manual entry Siri can be used to add items making the process as simple as can be. The app also works as a sounding board for recipes you want to make for certain occasions with a section tailored for inspirations. What makes the app even more special is the social element of it being tailored to serve as the source list for everybody in your network whether it be family, friends, housemates, etc. At a moment’s notice anybody could be alerted to what’s needed or what is available in the home.
I was looking for recipe organizer and this app has high rating so i tried it but there is no way to attach a picture/s or pdf for the recipe. So sad!!! aside from the app is NOT COMPATIBLE with old tablet repurposed as a fridge tablet to reduce e-waste. But exploring the app there are a lot good features that enticed me to switch to this app but the recipe organizer is the DEAL BREAKER for me. Most people DONT HAVE TIME to TYPE EVERYTHING in the recipe, or type in the recipe book and sometime you just have a moment to capture the recipe and make the list for the grocery and bring the recipe with you and viewing on the go is the most functional item in the app. In conclusion, the recipe functionality is as important as the grocery, cards and sharing options. I really hope the developer will put this adjustments help breath a new life to an old tablet and help our environment. (My old tablet has apps working but separately that addresses the recipe and grocery. The good thing is that the grocery app can just copy from the recipe app but it will great if it is just one app) Hope this helps!
My fiancé and I were using GroceryIQ, and the reason for the switch was so he could use a grocery list on his smart watch. I was skeptical of both the reason for switching (!?!?) and this new app, but was willing to give it a try. It’s been a pleasant surprise! The interface is cleaner, the interactions intentionally designed, making it fun as well as functional. The list is replaced with icons instead of text, and changes the shopping list into a bingo card like table for you to click through. You can customize items and lists, and there is still groupings per aisle/section. I like the Inspiration feature, which has recipes which you can simply add all items to your list. You can add your own recipes too, another plus. Only drawback ( which could easily be fixed in a future update) would be that recipes show up in metrics. Not a dealbreaker, but choice of units would be nice
I really like this app for it’s ease of use, but there needs to be more flexibility with the preset categories and preset items to be purchased. I would like to be able to change list categories that work for my grocery store and my shopping style, i.e. I would like change “Household & Health” to 2 or 3 separate categories. Cleaners, personal care items, and pharmacy are in 3 separate areas of the grocery store. I would also like to be able to delete preset items that I never use. This would clear some of the visual clutter as I add my own items to the list. I would also like to be able to clear the recently used list. If I buy a one-off item I don’t really need to see it in that category. Hopefully some of these issue will be addressed in a future upgrade.
Developed by Bring! Labs AG.
Bring! Shopping List & Recipes is ranking in Productivity & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jan 09, 2020and the current version is 3.53.1.
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Bring! Shopping List & Recipes have a 4 665a user reviews.
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