The grocery store sidekick you’ve always wanted.
Browse deals &
sales Discover Prime member deals and weekly sales in your local store then save
them to your shopping list for an easy reminder on your next trip. Prime members
get an extra 10% off hundreds of weekly store sale prices (e...
I second the 2013 style app review
The previous review had my lol! Totally agree - especially the chores part. I don’t want to be food shopping, I want get this done and get the H E double hockey sticks up on outta here - all due respect, it IS lovely store and all. :) I got logged in, scrolled through the prime deals and then was trying to figure out how to get to the other features. Then I was like ok is there ANOTHER app I’m supposed to use? The apps for Sprouts, and Safeway, and Fry’s all let me actually shop and place my order for pickup or delivery in the app. That’s what I’m trying see happen here. Come on guys, what gives?
Does what it’s supposed to do
Scan the barcode for deals at Whole Foods. I appreciate its minimalism because I don’t need or want the extra features people are requesting (and giving 1-star reviews owing to the absence of), especially since they would require memory and processing power from my phone. If you need an app to help you find the app, write a grocery list for you and order your groceries, download those. This doesn’t do that and I don’t want it to.
Works great for weekly sales
Love Wholefoods but hate it’s regular high prices. Don’t shop there except for items on sale. Use it to check for weekly deals before heading to the stores for my shopping. Don’t need to make a trip there if I don’t see something on sale that I would buy. Works great for my purpose. Those reviewers expecting this App to give you a price in everyone item the store stocks is simply unrealistic. It’s not online shopping -lol.
Shop at Wholes Foods once, leave your email address and you’ll get all emails the you need for sales and deals. What I really hoped I’d get from the app was the ability to browse the store and easily make up a shopping list. What I got was the totally useless and frustrating ability to add groups of items (only a few at a time) to a separate column and select from it. They are said, by who’s are said ,by who’s opinion, to be grouped by what’s most common. The groupings make no sense and there is no way to know how many groups you’ll have to add to finally find everything needed. And to make matters worse, the groups are not alphabetized which means scrolling up and down the ever-increasing column to add a new item if it’s missed when first presented. Clever way to force browsing the aisles even on the web I guess. Thumbs down.
It’s good for just seeing what’s on sale. However, the app from other grocery stores allow you to search an item to check out the price and see if it’s in stock. I have to use instacart to see what the price is at my local Whole Foods. Furthermore, I use the apps to compare grocery prices, and see who’s selling it for less. The price difference between Whole Foods and the other markets can be from .10¢ to several dollars unless WFs is having a sale, and even then it might still be higher.
I went to the Whole foods online site in hopes that I could brows items and add things to my cart. You cant. So I downloaded the app, thinking it'd have more functionality; it doesnt. Its the exact same thing as the website. All you can do is BROWSE. Actually, you cant search items on the app, so its WORSE than the website. Whats the point of the app? I want to be able to search items also with seeing deals, read details about the items, add things to cart or wishlist and even scan things if I need to. Is WholeFoods too superior to make a decent, functional online experience?
Can’t log in!
I can’t log in to my account using this app. I have tried to log in three times, uninstalled and reinstalled this app and still receive an error message after inputting all my info including the security jumble but get a message that something went wrong and try again. This app is also as slow as molasses! And that is over WiFi! I also agree with the comments in other reviews asking for the ability to create a shopping list of things I need as well as the stuff on sale. I end up using my Wegmans’s app for that and hope I can find substitutes.
Extremely Limited Functionality
I have several apps for other grocery chains that have much more functionality than this app. There’s no ability to make a list and see what prices the store might be charging for certain items. Sprouts, Wegmans, and even Target will show me the prices I’ll pay for my pantry staples, produce, and other items. So what if I get a 10% discount for being a Prime member? Doesn’t seem worth it if I can’t see if my budget allows me to shop there. Might be time to cancel my Prime membership.
Who did they consult when creating this app?
I am “thirding” the first reviewer. This is basically useless other than seeing the sales which the old app did. Some suggestions: *Very important to be able to group like items: produce, meats, deli, etc etc *Then- Be able to add the Savings items you click on to its category. If it doesn’t do it automatically, then at least give us the option to drag and drop it to its category. *Be able to add a comment to the item on the list-size, whatever. *Yes Please! Store Layout! My DH does most of the grocery shopping and I give him a list with items grouped around that particular store layout. No one has the time or patience to be zig zagging all over. Love Whole Foods- but go back to the drawing board or wherever apps are made, haha, and consult with some humans who SHOP!
Hello Whole Foods, I love your store no question about it. Would like to offer an app recommendation. Can you please update your app and let customers browse all your items that you have stocked at each individual store? I really dislike the fact that if I cook and need an ingredient I actually have to call WF’s and wait on the line while the product is either being looked up or searched for. Otherwise I’d rate you higher.
Not worth the space on you phone
There is no search function. They only tell you what’s on sale, and even then it’s only about 10- 15 products. I’m not able to find out if my local store has the products I want. The only option I have for that is ‘find more in the store.’ There is also no shopping list function. The only thing this app is good for is the barcode, and even then you can just put your phone number in at checkout. I wouldn’t even waste the time to download it.
Whole Foods App Needs Work
The Whole Foods app is terrible. I downloaded it so I look look for specific products. But the app does not even have a search button. I looked for it but could not find it. The app forces you to look at products that are features whether or not you like them or not, or whether or not they are good or healthy for you. There is no way to go to any category of products. Poor job on the app. I’m deleting it and do not recommend it. Don’t waste your time downloading it like I did.
Hair in the Buffet Food
I’m sooo Disgusted 🤢 I go out of my way to give myself a treat and have breakfast at whole foods buffet bar. I found some nice food but when I went to eat it in the car there was a long blonde hair (not mine) going from my mouth to the salmon salad and I was grossed out. I’m running late for work so no breakfast for me. I had to wait till lunchtime to drive back over to Whole Foods and show them their disgusting hairy food just to get a little refund and a scrunched up all sorry face. I didn’t feel appreciated. Not happy. Going to Moms Organic
Not user friendly
Outmoded shopping list app that doesn’t even let you search for items to add to the list! Instead you have to scroll and scroll and scroll through lists of items and hope the developers included the thing. I tried to find balsamic vinegar but the closest I got after interminable scrolling was vinegar. I guess you need to remember whether you wanted distilled, red wine, balsamic etc. how dumb to not include a search function and have only broad categories. I much prefer my Shopper app!
No Apple Watch compatibility
I don’t have complaints about store related features, the app does what it is designed to do just fine. But my biggest complaint is no Apple Watch compatibility. I find that if I’m checking out with alcohol, I’m constantly fumbling for my phone to scan for prime deals and my wallet to grab my ID. If the scanning function was loaded onto my watch, I could have my ID ready, scan with my watch, then pay.
Yes. Whole Foods Market is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 2,035 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 2.3/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Whole Foods Market Is 20.2/100.
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