- #: 234504
- Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 2010-12-19
- Current Version: 1.1
- Size: 1.00 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Dana Kornfeld
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
- © 2010 Dana Kornfeld
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Finally, an app that simplifies shopping by displaying the shopping list you want to see when you want it. Storganizer is an easy to use, intuitive shopping list organizer that manages your shopping lists. Simply make your shopping lists by topic,…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
An easy to use, intutitve and useful app for busy people. The updated version fixes bugs in earlier version. Nice job!
Love love love it:)
I think this has the potential to be a five-star app. It's a great concept.
I love the way that you can have items at more than one store, and then see what's available at the store you're at.
I like being able to have standing lists, then mark things as needed as they come up, so I can check when I happen to be near a store. (that's the feature I was looking for when I found this)
The interface is clean and attractive -- which is more important to me than a lot of people think that it should be.
I like that it doesn't try to advertise at me, or try to connect to the Internet. I just wanted an app to keep track of lists, not to tell me what to buy or where to buy it.
The biggest problems I see:
1. It's not intuitive when things will and will not appear on the "remaining" list. It's not whether it's checked or not that makes it appear, because when I switch to that view, some unchecked things vanish, while some remain visible. Or is that a bug?
2. The "aisles" really, really, REALLY need to be customizable. We're not all driving our generic minivans through the generic sprawling suburbs to the generic megamart with it's generic aisle layout.
I'd love to be able to enter a particular neighborhood in my city as a "store", and then use the "aisles" to designate the little stores in the area using the "aisle" feature: to designate the cvs, the stationary store, the greengrocer, and the dollar store, say, each as an "aisle" (or, in some cases, I'd use a few aisles for each)
Also, even on those occasions where I am near a more generic large grocery store, I'm finding that the built in aisles don't allow me to divide things up the way I'd like.
3. It's still a little buggy. Sometimes the keyboard covers up what I'm trying to type, and I've has a couple of (very occasional) crashes.
I'm surprised the program is free, actually. Make the aisles customizable, and I'll gladly pay a buck or two for it. (and up my star rating)
The slight bugginess, and my confusion about how "remaining" works dropped one star, the limitations caused by not being able to customize the aisles dropped another. Fix these things, and it will be five stars all the way.
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