Budget101 Discussion List Archives Grocery Price Books Price book on Smart phones

This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by LRMyers1968 August 6, 2015 at 5:57 pm.

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  • #316486

    I had a kindle fire for a very short time and I found an app called Out of Milk. I could scan my groceries in and add a price. the next time I would need that item I could scan the bar code, the item came up along with the price.

    Out of Milk would also keep a running list of the prices that I entered so I knew if I was getting a good or great deal or no deal at all.

    this is free off of amazon.

  • #457808

    I just downloaded this app. Wish me luck!!!

  • #457824

    I have recently found another app that is really nice for price checking, it is called sharky shopping. you can add different stores and different sizes and it figures out to a common item. so if you have something that is 1 pound and something that is 12 ounces, it will figure out to the nearest pound for both items.

  • #459794

    Sounds good. I have an Android phone so I wonder if I could get it there.

  • #460423

    I am starting to use Out Of Milk as a price book. It looks like it’s a good app to use for that purpose!

  • #461880

    I have been using Out of Milk for some time now and I really like it. You can use the app on andriod and they also have a website that can be used. The website is a bit touch and go at times but still worth it.

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Grocery Price Books Price book on Smart phones