Imagine you ran out of a certain brand of cereal. You want to go to the local store and get more cereal but you need to note down the cereal’s name first. You would normally go and fetch a pen and paper, note down the cereal’s company, brand, and then flavor. But instead, how about saving the cereal’s barcode information and using that to easily detect the product at the store? With Grocery iQ you can do just that.
Grocery iQ is a barcode based grocery list maker for Android and iOS devices. The app aims to help you build grocery lists with ease. You can add items to your lists manually but the preferable, more convenient way is to scan the barcode of something you ran out of. The barcode will be matched against the app’s grocery database; when the product is found, it will be added to your list.
Another feature of Grocery iQ is list sharing. Two Grocery iQ users can share their lists with one another if they have the app running on their respective devices. So if your friend is shopping for groceries, you can use Grocery iQ to quickly let him know what to bring back for you.
- Barcode based grocery list creator.
- A user friendly smartphone app.
- Supports Android and iOS devices.
- Helps add items to lists manually or by scanning their barcodes.
- Lets you share your lists with other app users.
- Similar tools: Grocist and BeQRious.
Check out “Grocery iQ” @ www.groceryiq.com