That is really cool Riv
I have an application that I've been working on in my spare time for android phones called Out of Milk. It's basically a shopping list / to-do list / spice rack (helps keep track of what you have so you don't buy duplicates)
Right now we have some pretty good features, but in the next month or so will be releasing:
1) A Website with full list syncing capabilities
2) Expanded pantry (create your own pantries and store how much you have of your items)
3) Real time list sharing between family members (list updates in real time if both are shopping off the same list!)
4) To-Do alarms and notifications
4) AND MORE!
It's already an amazing application and we are expanding on it rapidly, so I thought that this might help some of you manage your primal shopping and inventories.
I hope you enjoy it!
edit: Oh yeah, I do ask that if you enjoy the application or like it, please leave us a rating and comment on the android market!
That is really cool Riv
Cool! I have a droid so I'll give this a whirl and report back! I don't do much shopping though, should probably say that...
Neat! I'm installing it right now to try it out. I have to admit I've gotten pretty hooked on my current shopping list app (I use "Hungry!") so I'm not sure it will replace that... but I still haven't found a to-do list app I really like (Astrid is ok, but not perfect), and the spice rack feature sounds cool.
Now that I've played with it for a whole 2 minutes, hehe... I think the spice rack thing fulfills a need I didn't even know I had. =] I can't wait to go home and dig through my (messy) spice cupboard and enter them all in. Maybe then I won't end up running out of cumin but somehow having 3 unopened bottles of onion powder (true story).
I downloaded and I think I might use it to keep track of items we are out of as we run out of them The barcode thingy is pretty hit or miss so far. I tried it one almond milk and it recognized it instantly. I tried it with coconut oil and it took forever and never got it. Then I re-tried almond milk and it took foooreeever but got it. I think the speaking tool is way faster, anyway, so I don't really foresee this becoming a problem.
Anyway, cool app and I look forward to using it!
Any chance of seeing a version for iPad or Palm?
Also, we need to generate some revenue before we start buying iPads to test with