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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 10.6.500
  • Size: 58.5 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: The Shopper Network LLC
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
  • In-App Purchases:
  • Premium Upgrade $0.99
  • Gold Membership $0.99
  • Shopper Ad-Free Key $1.99
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Shopper Lite - Shopping List for Walmart, Costco, Home Depot Shopping Review

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Shopper Lite - Shopping List for Walmart, Costco, Home Depot Shopping Review


A super easy to use shopping list for weekly and other shopping. One of the first apps in the store, now downloaded by millions.

What makes Shopper great in a nutshell? Saving you time and money while you shop is all we do.

And you will never out-grow Shopper. Shopper has the most extensive set of free features available. And become a Gold user for options available in no other app. See our website for a detailed list of everything you can do.

For example, our rock solid, super fast cloud syncing of grocery lists and other shopping lists among your household and friends lets you divide and conquer at Costco and Kroger.

Check out the pictures and video below or just download it free now and give it a try. We guarantee you won't be disappointed.

Purchase Shopper Gold Membership InApp Purchase from Settings/Purchases for $8.99/year or $0.99/month. Gold Membership automatically renews (after one-year or one month, depending on the purchase) but can be disabled up to 24 hours prior to renewal.

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  • A
    With one small-ish exception, this is everything I was looking for in a shopping list app. For me, the best feature is I can have one master shopping list but only see the relevant items based on the store I'm going to. I always disliked having a grocery list, Home Depot/repair list, misc shopping list, etc, and now I don't have to. :) I tried many shopping list apps and other 'list' apps and kept running into issues getting a system like that implemented. Being able to share the list with others too (and allow them to edit it) is a huge plus. The only thing stopping me from giving it five stars is I wish there was a way to add items to my list other than from within the app Siri or IFTTT integration, or email.
  • Rb
    Recovering birdaholic
    When I first got this app, once you clicked to add items, it would stay on the add screen and you could just keep adding. If I typed apple I could add apples and then also applesauce would show up and I could click that and add it as well. Now I click apples, it goes back to the list screen and I have to click add items then type apples again. I used to just type milk and click all the types of milk I needed. It's a small annoyance but enough that I will start looking at other apps. There are lots out there. Edit: I have found that using the add item at the bottom of the screen lets me add as many items at a time as I want. Much more useful so I have added a star.
  • J
    This is the worst shopping list app I've ever seen. After 8 pages of instruction the user is bombarded with alerts, conflicting navigation, and redundant functionality. "Back" buttons are reserved for pushing onto the nav. "Cancel" is for modal screens. I am not sure the developers or designers actually own an iOS device. In alerts "tour" and "thanks" are not explicit. Not sure exactly why you can edit the categories you browse. Why do list and cart behave the same way? What is the purpose or difference? Oh I can't even go on. Its too horrifying to continue exploring.

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