Free handy shopping list applications for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

By Marlon Votta - Aug 22, 2011

Make sure you always remember exactly what you wanted with easy to use shopping list apps. With free applications, you can keep track on everything you require. You may find that you keep missing something from your basket every time you go to the shops or forget your list altogether. Maybe you simply keep buying the same things by habit or get bored of making the usual meals using the same old ingredients. Using free apps, you can get that much-needed information. Ever go out specifically to get something and come back with something else? We thought it would be a good idea to let you in on some free shopping apps compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Shopping Lists Manager by valuephone GmbH allows the user to organize all of their shopping lists with this easy to use app available through the iTunes App Store. Set up your lists comfortably on your PC and synchronize them with your iPhone or two further mobile phones. Set up and edit multiple lists and check using the search and sort features. Hide purchased items and tick them off as you shop.

Mom’s Daily Planner: Shopping Lists, To-Do & Calendar by Yadahome.com, LLC is an organizer app that has it all. Containing unlimited lists including task lists and calendar with various views, this app is available to download at the App Store. Keep updated with reminders, and alerts for tasks.

ReLiSimple Shopping Lists by Software Andina allows users to organize their shopping lists and carry them with them. Create multiple shopping lists and easily view which items have been purchased. Load a shopping list with items previously purchased and synchronize shopping lists with ReLiSimple on different devices. Accessible at the App Store.

My Shopping Lists Lite – All Purpose List Maker by Sudheer Parwana is an easy to use app allows you create a single shopping list. Add, remove and edit entries within a list. View the items in your shopping list alphabetically or by aisle category and cross off brought items in the list, simply by tapping them with your finger while shopping. Use three different methods to add items to a list, use price, amounts, measurements and comments. There is a shopping assistant, which displays the amount spent so that you can monitor the total bill. Available at the App Store.

With easy to use free apps, you can make sure you never have to worry about leaving that list on the fridge or having your partner remind you after you have been shopping about the mustard. These applications can also come in handy for a single person who wants to monitor how much they are spending and what they got last time they went shopping. Do you still use the old fashion method of paper shopping lists? You can easily forget a piece of paper, but your device is essential nowadays.

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  • Thanks for the article Marlon!
    As for me I use snappii web service to make apps easy,fast and nor expensive.