Contact AnyList: Grocery Shopping List

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Published by on 2023-12-06

About: AnyList is the best way to create grocery shopping lists and collect and
organize your recipes. Easily share a list with your spouse or roommates, for

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Reported Issues: 3 Comments

4.9 out of 5

By Laura_CS

Hostile towards users! Clunky and obtuse interface. You need a manual to navigate it.

Update: I contacted the developer, and got a response from someone whose name I'm not going to mention in "customer support," who -- instead of apologizing for the overly complicated and obtuse documentation for the extensive and clunky rollout, over time, of modifications to the app -- attacked me and my criticism that the ins and outs of this app are not obvious or straightforward. If it had been, I would not have needed to write my previous review (below.) You can no longer create a list the way you want to --adding and deleting items at will -- with the confidence that you can go back and type in a few characters and find the previous items when you need them again. No. Now you get one list, made up of descriptions other people thought up that may have nothing to do with you. And if you delete an item, it's gone forever and you have to retype it. The stupid "hide" function -- which I guess is supposed to substitute for deleting and re-adding when you're ready -- leaves you with a big mess of items to wade through, then cross off or uncross and "Unhide" so you can see the list of items that you actually need at the store. BUT don't make a mistake in those crossing off actions! You'll have to wade through the whole mess again to find it and restore it. This app isn't worth anything anymore.

By KateFried

Great app- just one problem

I’ve had this app for a few years- I’ve convinced many other people to buy it as well. (This is the ONLY app I pay for!) so convenient and easy to use I love it. I can share the list with my spouse so whoever does the shopping has it readily available. If the grocery store is out of something and I need to rethink the meal plan, all the stores recipes makes it incredibly easy to do so on the fly! I love that it tells you which recipe each item is for on your grocery list. I also use it for to do lists, packing, Xmas lists, etc. The only qualm I have is how you import new recipes. In the old version you just copy/paste the URL and it found the recipe off of the website. Quick and easy. I only had two instances ever where it couldn’t differentiate the recipe from other text. Since they’ve ‘upgraded’ the system it’s only worked successfully a few times. You end up having to manually copy/paste the ingredient lists, website, steps and directions. It doesn’t work with Pinterest and many other sites that I get recipes from. AnyList says the problem lies on Pinterest’s (and other sites) end but I’ve got to say- it all worked seamlessly before the shift. I love this app but am still annoyed at the change each time I need to add a new recipe -at least a year later. If I could somehow go back to the old system I’d do it in a heartbeat!

By melissasimpler

Within my top #10 apps - just brilliant!

Folks, I used multiple shopping AND recipe app before AnyList and this one takes the top ranking (in both categories); it’s not even a close contest! In fact, this is one of my most used of any apps on my iPhone (and I have 100+ in multiple categories). The native recipe clipping built into the OS works across apps like Food Network as well as so many recipe blogger sites. In a recent update, AnyList also added the ability to copy and paste a recipe in, greatly enhancing this part of the app, to provide even more flexibility for websites that aren’t constructed for this type of clipping otherwise. The scaling feature helps you adjust recipes to just the right size to feed only you or your crowd of any size! Then, to top it off, the handy meal planning and automatic shopping list creation is just what you need to make your grocery trips efficient for the days ahead. I have even used this app to catalog and inventory my father’s wood works… for craft shows we do. My only wish is that there was an export feature that was better. I can get the list out in text form, but the pictures don’t transfer. This would be very handy for added flexibility but I understand it is not at the core of what AnyList is about. All in all, I strongly recommended you get this app, subscribe to the premium edition, and tell all your friends. I DO and will KEEP DOING THIS. Well done, AnyList team!!! (and, I get it as an entrepreneur founder/CEO)

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