The App Review: Grocery iQ

August 28, 2013

Each week we review a food related app. This week it’s Grocery iQ – find out what the Lempert Report thought

What it says it does:
Grocery shopping made quick and easy with the features you expect from a grocery shopping list app. Build lists from our extensive product database using text, barcode, or voice search; sync and share lists with other devices and the website; find related coupons and much more!

What it actually does:
Grocery iQ has a variety of features that of course includes building grocery lists. You can build lists fast using the database of products, scanning barcodes, and manually adding items – you can even keep track of prices and other details. The app allows you to shop by aisle and even create custom aisles. Most of us shop for the same items week after week and Grocery iQ keeps a history of items you’ve shopped for so you can easily add items to any list. You can also favorite items making shopping a breeze. 

The app also features a coupon function so you can find new coupons and add them to your store loyalty card.

How useful is the information for target audience?:
The app is very useful for those who like to use their phones for shopping lists and keeping track of coupons. Having all of the information in one place is a plus.

Ease of use:
The app is easy to search and very user friendly, whether you are looking for new foods to add to your list or items that were on previous lists. You’ll never forget what you needed at the grocery store again!

Who would best benefit from the app?:
Grocery iQ is great for those who like to keep all of their shopping info in one place.

Cost: Free

Rating: 4 of 5

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