AnyList: Grocery Shopping List Reviews

AnyList: Grocery Shopping List Reviews

Published by on 2023-12-06

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About AnyList

What is AnyList? AnyList is a grocery shopping list and recipe organization app that allows users to easily create and share lists with others. The app has been featured in the App Store and has received positive reviews from various sources. AnyList offers a range of features, including the ability to add items by voice, create custom categories, and organize recipes into collections. The app also offers syncing and backup options, as well as premium features for purchase.



- Quickly add and cross off items with autocomplete suggestions

- Add items by voice with Siri and Reminders Import feature

- Add notes to list items for quantity, brand, coupons, etc.

- Create multiple lists to organize items by store or occasion

- Automatically separate grocery items into categories

- Create custom categories and reorder them to match store layout

- Save items as favorites and view recent items from past shopping trips

- Easily share lists with others and receive push notifications for modifications

- Choose a color for each list and move or copy items between lists

- Print lists or send via email or SMS

- Enter and organize recipes into collections by type or occasion

- Add ingredients from recipes to shopping lists with a single tap

- Search recipes by name or ingredients and share recipe collections with others

- Sync lists and recipes across devices and backup data in the cloud

- Premium features include AnyList for Mac and Web, Apple Watch access, recipe web import, meal planning calendar, list item and recipe photos, recipe scaling, item prices, stores and filters, list themes, list folders, location-based reminders, and list passcode lock.

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Key Benefits of AnyList

- AnyList is the top-ranking app for both shopping and recipe categories.

- The native recipe clipping feature works across various recipe websites.

- The app allows for copying and pasting recipes, providing more flexibility.

- The scaling feature helps adjust recipes to the right size.

- The meal planning and automatic shopping list creation make grocery trips efficient.

- The app is helpful and reliable.

20 AnyList Reviews

4.9 out of 5


Within my top #10 apps - just brilliant!

Folks, I used multiple shopping AND recipe app before this app 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, this app also added the ability to copy and paste a recipe in, greatly enhancing this part of AnyList , 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 AnyList 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 this app is about.

All in all, I strongly recommended you get AnyList, subscribe to the premium edition, and tell all your friends. I DO and will KEEP DOING THIS. Well done, this app team!!! (and, I get it as an entrepreneur founder/CEO)


Versatile, reliable, very helpful, user friendly

This is a terrific app. Although the free version is useful and worth trying, I liked it so much and found it so helpful that I splurged on the yearly plan. I’m not thrilled I have to pay yearly and would prefer to just pay a one time fee that is higher, but if it continues to be as helpful as it is and as reliable and glitch free as it has been so far, I will likely continue getting. The list maker is fine and similar to others. But I also like that I can share simple lists with my family even with the free version. What I really love is the recipe section. I have been uploading many of my favorite recipes which can be easily categorized. Then I just as easily send them to the meal planner section and quickly and easily add items from the recipe to my grocery list. It is quickly becoming such an integral part of my day that my only worry is the developers will tire of it and then I will be lost. Hopefully that won’t happen for a long time anyway. I would definitely recommend. Try the free version, and don’t be afraid of the upgrade. FYI: As of now they said they will not automatically upgrade. They will send out a reminder email so you can decide to upgrade or not. And if you decide not to, whatever recipes you have already uploaded will remain on your app even if you go back to the free version. Maybe that will help you decide if you are commitment phobic. It’s a really nice, user friendly app.


Best app ever

I really wanted to find an app that would help me figure out a meal plan for my family. I knew there had to be one out there. Something like what the schools had, a menu that you could plan out either a whole week or even a month. This was it. You can plan out how long you want you would like a week , 2 weeks a year??? Your call, and the bonus part you can take what you plan and put it on a grocery list for when you go grocery shopping. The best part is you’ll have everything you need right at the house when you go to make what you want that day. As long as you plan ahead of course.
You also put in recipes so that you have everything in one place. You go through a recipe, see what you need , push the button and it goes right on your list. It’s a no brainer. You can put in your own recipes or if you are on a website that has a recipe you would like to put in your app, you can do that and it does it for you. Sometimes, very seldom, you might have to paste a recipe but that’s not hard to figure out how to do. If you are computer illiterate like me , just keep working with AnyList and you’ll figure out these guys did an awesome job for us😜(computer illiterate s) I love AnyList . My daughter has it to and I can share recipes with her. I’ve told lots of friends about it too and they have loved it also. Good luck and I hope this helps.


The most Brilliant app!!!

The ability to import recipes, then easily add the ingredients to your shopping list with a tap is a BRILLIANT LIFESAVER. Because the old way takes time and who wants to waste precious time? Also once you “favorite” frequently used items, it’s super easy to add them back on your list and this also helps you remember things that you may have forgotten to add to the list. I’ve started using this for my travel packing list & created a separate list of things to do before leaving (take trash out, leave food, water and clean litter for cats, etc). And I’ve “favorited” the items and tasks so I can easily recreate the list with every trip. ALSO, AnyList AUTOMATICALLY categorizes shopping list items so you can easily see everything that you need in the produce section WHILE you are in the produce section. This is another timesaver. You can customize categories, too, so for my packing list I’ve split things between the two categories “UPSTAIRS” and “DOWNSTAIRS” so that I can focus on all the upstairs packing while I’m up here and then go downstairs and focus on that stuff (the old way I did it sucked because I was always having to think “no that’s downstairs, I’ll get that later” with certain items strewn about my list Willy-nilly. The ability to access this on my laptop so I can type stuff in is amazing too. I’d give AnyList 10 stars if I could.


Just when you think it can’t get better

I have stated to many friends and family how I love AnyList. I’ve said it for years. Still my favorite App. It’s on my iPhone, iPad and laptop. My wife has it on her iPhone. I love how the shared lists between us update so rapidly. If I’m out shopping and my wife remembers an item we need but forgot to add, she adds it to the list. While I’m out shopping and I see the update immediately and I’m also notified that she updated the list. It’s also great when we shop together and divide and conquer. I’ve said many times I can’t imagine how AnyList could possibly get any better, but yet these developers seem to achieve that very thing year after year. I use AnyList for grocery shopping, making list for travel items and anything else I need to remind myself of. I also love the that I can keep my recipes categorized and plan daily meals and add needed ingredients from the recipes straight into the shopping list. Now even better, they made it possible to port your this app shopping list straight into your grocery store App. You select the exact items you want from the store App and submit. Then they deliver to your door or go to curbside pickup and receive your order. Now I ask again….can AnyList get any better? I bet these developers will find a way.


AnyList APP Review

this app APP I want to review the this app APP, which I and my roommate use on our iPods, iPads, and Laptops. After having used this app for over a year now, I've found that it fits all of the things my roommate and I were looking. It allows sharing of lists, while it keeps data localized when networking is unavailable. It makes list making for shopping an easy thing to do. It can be used to keep recipes in, and to prepare shopping list for cooking or baking in a snap. Most of all, I've found that the writers of AnyList respond to enhancement suggestions with the type of caring attitude that more than pays for the small annual cost for using it. Photos, favorites groupings, recipe management, even "to do" lists are all very intuitively accomplished. It even keeps track of notes and individual comments about list items, so you never have to type more information than is absolutely necessary. And, you can copy or move items from one list to another, too. I and my roommate had tried quite a few list making APPs and all of them seemed to have limitations or shortcomings that made them too difficult to use, or were made for such specific uses that it was almost impossible to wedge our needs into their designs. I would give AnyList and its authors a five star rating.


Absolutely amazing app

I've been using the free version for two years and my husband has it on his phone also. Whenever I put something on the grocery list on my phone or iPad, it also is on his phone and he can see it when he goes to the store.

I purchased another recipe program for my PC two years ago and they kept raising the price every year, ($80), it has gotten so steep I could not afford it. Then I remembered this little app has a recipe file...and more. I figured for the money what did I have to lose so I bought the family plan, OH MY GOODNESS! It is amazingly easy and so full featured. I'm telling everyone I know. My only suggestion to the developer is that I want to send my recipes to an online site, Lulu I think it is, to print out recipe books for my children and grandchildren for Christmas next year. I'd like to see that featured added, if it is there, I have not seen it.. For me, one of the best apps I've purchased, and I purchase very few apps. I can also see my recipes on my tablet with AnyList.

It is so convenient, at the store when I remember I want to make something for dinner and I can't remember all the ingredients, my recipes are on my phone, I open AnyList , find the recipe and the list of ingredients are there. I can also add ingredients to my shopping list when in a recipe. You will love it.


Absolutely hands-down best list app

I use AnyList everyday for my to-do list and grocery list. It is extremely robust, yet simple to use, and I’ve noticed over the past 3 years that many new features have been added to help especially when making a grocery list... like the ability to input specific quantities of items along with units (for example 2 lbs of ground beef, or 4 count of apples). The newest addition I’ve noticed is the ability to assign different grocery stores to things you want to buy. Rather than setting up a grocery list for each individual grocery store I want to visit, I can assign a grocery store to an item and have all items in just one master grocery list. I also have the optional subscription add-on to be able to access and edit this list from my laptop as well, which is really nice to be able to do during, say, a slow period at work so it doesn’t look like I’m just playing with my phone at my desk, and I can create a grocery list to shop with right when I leave work. I also find the ability to share lists with another person as crucial. Right now my husband and I are trying to both go through a shared to-do list before our baby arrives. Seeing things getting crossed off in real-time is awesome and gives me a sense of satisfaction!


Great app- just one problem

I’ve had AnyList 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. this app 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 AnyList 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!


One of my top 2 apps of all time!

Since converting to iOS in 2008, this is only my second review to ever submit... and on the same app. The more I use AnyList, the more I am amazed at how comprehensive and versatile it is. Take time to explore all options and settings. A simple thing that was recently added, is that as you prepare a recipe, you can check off the ingredients. Life changing!!! I use all the food-related modules... including Meal Plan, which appears on my calendar. This is helpful for future plans, as well as reference to what I cooked on what day, looking back. Great for holiday menu planning!! If I don’t have a specific recipe in this app, just add name of dish in a Note, and you can include where that recipe can be found. I use it for my freezer inventory, complete with photos. There are some household items and tools that I use infrequently and can never find, so I started a “Where Am I” list, with storage locations as categories. Those curtain hangers I bought 6 months ago and didn’t use, but don’t want to lose track of... I can look and see exactly where they are and how they are packaged. I reiterate... take a few minutes to learn all options and settings - you will be blown away as to how you can use AnyList to make your life easier.


The most functional grocery list app!

Update: this is still an essential app for me. The updates have been stellar—particularly the newer features for prepping multiple recipes at once.

Original review: I do all of the meal planning and grocery shopping in my family. AnyList stores all of the recipes I’ve found worth keeping, and then it makes meal planning a cinch by building a calendar full of meals. Adding ingredients to the shopping list is also easy peasy! The paid version is absolutely worthwhile. But what really drew me in was the ability to customize all of my list categories. The first thing I did was go to the grocery store and build one category per aisle, in the order that I walk through the store. With this app’s ability to remember where you categorize items, there are very few edits to make to the list after a few weeks of training it. I have never found another app with this level of customization, and it is the only way that I can get through a week’s worth of shopping in a crushingly busy grocery store in under an hour. Phenomenal! My husband and I both use AnyList , and I love the rare weeks when we both do the shopping and use AnyList to live-update as we work from opposite ends of the list.


O b s e s s e d

I seriously LOVE AnyList. I’m not a huge “app” person- I don’t like a lot of clutter on my phone. But AnyList is a must have for me. Organization and preparedness brings me peace and a little joy (lol) - and the way it puts all of my groceries into their appropriate categories makes the shopping SO much quicker and more efficient. Needles to say, this is far better than making a grocery list o a piece of paper- that, IF I don’t forget it at home to begin with, I have to carry around and try to cross stuff off with a pen that only works 25% of the time. Lol
Easy to cross off items as you go, has a memory for when you run out of items you buy frequently so you can add it back to your list quickly. And it doesn’t just stop at a grocery list. The options are endless.
During this whole covid19 situation, I was sewing face masks for family / friends / anyone in need. I used this app to keep track of who needed what (how many, gender/print preference, size, etc) and then I separated them into categories for “dropping off”, “picking up”, “mailing”, etc.
Then I added the “mailing” ones’ home addresses in there. So then I could take my packages of masks to the post office, pull up my list, fire off addresses and be on my way.
Fantastic app, y’all. Bravo.


Simplifies grocery shopping and meal planning!

I love AnyList. I feel like I’m an evangelist as I tell all my friends and family about AnyList. It has helped simplify our grocery shopping and meal planning SO much. I had tried a few different systems for planning and list making but they all fell a little short. I would try one for a bit snd abandon it because it didn’t fit the bill. We have been using this nearly daily for over a year and will never switch to anything else! This makes it so much easier to share the load of meal planning and shopping with my spouse. We both have access to the same lists and can see everything in real time. I can add pictures to certain items that I know might trip up my spouse so they know they’ll buy the right thing. When I’m cooking and use up an item I just ask Siri to add it for me (so convenient!). I’ve created collections of recipes for different weeks and can just rotate between them. We made our favorites list so we can easily add our frequent items to the list. We even applied categories based on how we walk through the store, so we can make super quick grocery trips. Seriously love AnyList and I know I don’t even use all of the features!


Life Changing

I keep all of my shopping lists in this app. I have certain lists that I share with my husband so that if he is going to the grocery store or target he can buy the items that I’ve already added to the list. When he crosses off an item it disappears off of my list as well. Also if I am at a drugstore or a hardware store and I am trying to remember what else I should buy while I am there I can check the items that have been crossed off previously. But the feature that I use the most is my daily task list. I use this list for tasks that have to be done over and over like laundry or exercising or keeping my email account cleared out. I can cross off items as I go throughout my day and then repopulate the list the next day. Thank you this app creators! Recently I went on a family trip and everyone in my family was using this app. While my husband was driving we discussed what we wanted to eat that week and we we were able to add items to the list. We headed in different directions when we got into the store and since we were all shopping off of the same list we were able to cross items them off while we shopped. Fastest group shopping trip ever!


Renew subscription yearly!

Out of 15 pages worth of apps on my phone, this one is my favorite! I occasionally use the desktop version, I frequently use it on my iPad to view recipes while cooking, and I am constantly adding things to my lists from my phone, whenever the thought pops in my head, so I don’t forget to get things when I’m at the store. I will gladly pay for the family plan every year because I love that it syncs across all devices, including my partner’s in case she is the one stopping by the store. I have tried to be more organized and use the meal planning features and they work great… I just don’t keep up with them. I love that I can create my own recipe once and forever return and tap the add-all-that-stuff-to-my-grocery-list button. Before I go grocery shopping, I glance at my list and cross off items I already have at home. Once upon a time, I had to copy & paste recipes into AnyList but (game changer!!) now there is a send-this-recipe-to-my-this app feature. This year I hosted Thanksgiving so I created a folder just for those recipes to keep me on track with buying and preparing stuff. AnyList is like having a personal assistant. We are kinda besties.


Fantastic App!

It’s so flexible, and I love that there is, somewhat incongruously, an excellent recipe list and meal planner function built right in that fully integrates with my main grocery list. There are many recipe apps that have built-in grocery lists, but only for ingredients from those recipes, and none with anywhere remotely near the fantastic customizability and flexibility of this app. That lack causes confusion when shopping because of the need to refer to more than one list, or to have to manually transfer ingredients to my main list, which risks leaving something out. With this app, though, it’s all right there in one place, and even shows in the list what recipe the item is for and links back to it. That has the additional advantage of being able to easily look and see if a missing ingredient can be substituted with something else if the store is out of something.

The only problem is those items *stay* in the list after being checked off, which can really clutter it up quickly if used frequently, so I would recommend to the developer to at least offer an option to have them automatically deleted once checked off.


First time app reviewer!

Literally never review apps. But here I am because this is my favorite app. I just got the notification to renew my yearly family subscription which means I have been using AnyList as an integral part part of my routine for over a year (I used the free version for a while until I was addicted...beware this will happen to you!) This is a 5 start app mainly for the grocery list and meal planning and the ability easily copy recipes off the internet and import them. Now my family has all our favorite recipes in one place which simplified the “what should we cook” convo and makes it easy for us to add ingredients to a shared shopping list. As city dwellers we cannot come home to find we forgot a key ingredient and this has solved the problem. I love how it integrates with Alexa so I can just yell at her to add items to list the second I realize we are out. Also if one of us goes shopping and I realize we forgot to add something I can add it to the list even when they are already at the store! This is the only app I pay for and it has been 100% worth it. If you’re looking around for the perfect meal planning/shopping/organizational app, this is it!


Apple Watch series 4

I have been using this app for awhile now on my watch and have come to depend on it so when I got my new Apple Watch series 4 today and went to set it up, one of the first apps I looked for was the this app complication to put on one of the new watch faces but found it missing in the complication list. The available complications on the new face list was much shorter than usual so I tried an older watch face that I had been using and found AnyList missing there too so I went into the Watch app on my iPhone and saw that AnyList was now uninstalled. When I tried to reinstall it I saw a message saying the developer needs to update and the install icon just kept spinning without installing so I sent a message to the developer telling him what happened and asking when the next update would be. I got an immediate reply saying that I should be able to install AnyList on the new watch on an older face so I tried again and he was right this time the install went through as did the complication on one of the Watch modular faces. I am happy to have gotten such a fast response and help from the developer so I can again use this great app on my new watch! Thanks very much.


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 AnyList -- attacked me and my criticism that the ins and outs of AnyList 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. AnyList isn't worth anything anymore.


No more getting to the store and realizing my list is at home!

We have been using this app for years, and love it. Any time we see we’re running low on something, one of us will grab our phone (which, let’s face it, is always at our fingertips) and add it to the this app app. Being able to build lists for different types of stores is great. My husband LOVES the photo feature for those less frequently purchased items, because even if I’m not with him, he’s confident that he has selected the correct product. Categorizing makes shopping more efficient, and utilizing Favorites makes populating the list a breeze. When only one of us is at the store, and the other one realizes there’s something else we need, all it takes is a quick add to the list, and the one shopping knows to get it. One of our daughters has added “puppy” to the list a couple of times, but so far that hasn’t worked. I’ve found that I need to be careful with what I add, however. My husband went grocery shopping alone because I wasn’t feeling well, so to express my appreciation while he was at the store, I put “XOXOXO” on the list. He came home with all of the groceries, including a HUGE bag of Hershey’s kisses!


Startlingly well done app!

I rarely review apps, but this app continually surprises me with the ease with which I can use it. From remembering things I’ve entered before and the store that they come from, to a watch app that is way better than any other list app I’ve seen. You can filter on your watch, you can add things on your watch. Amazing capability and ease of use.

I originally purchased this app because it had a good reputation for quick updates, and it certainly does that well. But the rest of the features and the way they are well thought out and implemented is what makes this a great app. The UI isn’t as trendy as some apps, but the way it works is really exceptional. The support is also top notch.

I’m also very happy with the yearly subscription type of purchase. That way I know that this app will be around for years to come, and I can depend on this app being there — since really using an app like this requires that you put a lot of your life into it. I’m still mourning the demise of other great apps that went away because you paid for them once and then over time their revenue stream gradually disappeared. AnyList is worth every penny and much more!


Amazing and dependable!

Our family has been using this app for years now. We would be lost without it. It is so easy to use and it has so many different features. This is not just a bare bones list maker. I really appreciate how you have updated AnyList regularly. You keep adding cool stuff. It was easy to choose the upgrade. I love the adding of photos to the items. My husband shops so I can be very clear with the photos in describing each item. No more frustrating episodes of buying what he thought that I wanted. Thank you and keep up the skilled work that you do. Oh, I also appreciate how you listen to our suggestions. It really is amazing.
Update: It has been a few years since I wrote the review above. AnyList has only added features and improved its usefulness. I’m not a big recipe person so the fact that I can create any type of list is the key for me. Being a public school teacher, this list maker is invaluable. Adding the subscription gives you amazing features that you won’t want to miss. Try them out. You won’t want to go without them. The team at this app is great at answering any of you concerns. Amazing job this app Team!


Still Loving AnyList

Can’t remember how many years I have been using this app. Over time it gets better and better! I use it for so many things. If I could only have a few apps on my phone this would definitely be at the top of my list! I use it for Grocery and Shopping lists. I keep track of what gifts I gave for birthdays and Christmas from year to year. I keep up with business orders, gardening chores, dates like birthdays, anniversaries, etc., shoe sizes, you name it! I really love that I can put pictures in my lists. And the recipe and meal planning is so wonderful especially for big family get togethers and holidays. You can import recipes from the internet so easily! There is a learning curve for AnyList but if an old granny like me can get it anyone can. Just so thankful for this app! Now in my older years when I am forgetful this app comes to the rescue with the answers I need. And the people who created and manage AnyList have always been so quick to respond. At first I used the free version. But the money I pay for the this app Complete is well worth it! 😊❤️

AnyList keeps improving with every update. It is truly amazing!!! ❤️❤️❤️


My first review- Great app!!!

I’ve tried LOTS of cooking and list apps, but never liked them- until I found this one. You can modify or customize most anything! It works with other apps and functions, such as REMINDERS, calendars, locations. You can share task lists for projects, shopping lists and recipes with multiple people. When I’m meeting others for a long vacation, we share the kitchen packing list. When one of us marks an item off our list, it’s also marked off the shared list immediately. I have a “Take to Daughter” list that she or I add items to before a scheduled visit. My husband goes to the meat market, while I go to the grocery co-op, and AnyList lets me assign stores to items, which keeps our lists “separate, but together”. I can import most recipes automatically with a single click from web pages, but I can cut and paste entire ingredient lists and directions if it can’t import automatically. So easy! It will put recipe ingredient lists on a shopping list easily, and I choose which list. It will import costs for items from assigned stores and calculate a running total.


My favorite new app!

My wife and I work opposite shifts and sometimes we done see each other at all during the week so weekends is our time together. For years we would do all our shopping and to do list stuff on the weekends so our time together was spent out shopping for the next week or two. Recently I had 3 weeks off for medical issues and couldn’t do much except sit around the house so I got really, really bored and started organizing our files, pictures, everything and in doing so I found we needed some better organizing systems. I found online grocery shopping is awesome, found an app to organize bills and finance but couldn’t find any apps I liked for all the lists we create and never bring or she writes a list and changes her mind several times it all looks like scribble by the time we needed it for shopping. This is how I found this app and so far absolutely love it!
We create meal plans for several weeks, shopping list, recipes that she never can find are now stored conveniently in one place and a really great feature is it is compatible with Apple Watch.


This is my daily go to!

I have been using AnyList for a few years and I depend on it daily. I started with the free version and then upgraded to this app Complete after about a year or so. I’ve been using the full version for about three years and I love it. I use it for any list I need to make; groceries, vacations, Christmas - whatever I need. I also use the recipe import function regularly. It’s a breeze to use! In the beginning I had to do more manual entries as some of the recipe sites weren’t compatible but in the last year or so I’ve noticed more and more of them have updated their format so import is simple. It’s great to be able to add directly to my grocery list from the recipe. I do use the meal planning function but not as regularly as I use the list. And truly, I use the list function just about daily. Design is simple, and well organized. I’ve had to reach out to supper once or twice over the years and response has always been quick and my questions resolved. It’s my favorite app and well worth the $9.99 for the full function if you use it.


Love this app

I usually don’t rate apps but I decided to take the time to let you know that this is an app that’s worth your money. If you share a list with anyone else then pay for the family plan. It works flawlessly and is well done. I used another app for years and I became uninterested in it as it became more complicated and took longer to list the groceries that we needed than to actually shop for them. With AnyList my wife or I can add to the list independently and know we have the latest list when we enter the store. She starts at the front and I start at the back and we meet in the middle in half the time. It just works! We use this app for other lists as well and I can have my lists separate from her lists. The ability to just bring up Siri and tell her what to add to the list works very well also which helps me to use this app even more throughout the day. I do not have to stop and type items in this app but when I have time to open AnyList everything I said is there waiting for me to add it. Fork out the money for the subscription!!!


1 Stop Access

AnyList is perfect for keeping all your recipes in a user-friendly format. It also helps keep them in the same format and layout if you are a Type-A’er!!! Also being able to transfer ingredients to a shopping list makes checking your kitchen inventory a snap. Do yourself a favor and upgrade, makes uploading recipes a snap and being able to set at a computer and take in a whole picture of your recipes is so helpful.

I have also started a family recipe book, not that they are special recipes but because they are the meals that we set down as a family to have, so my hope is that someday I will be able to pass it on to each of my boys and if a meal sparks a memory they will be able to have it, AnyList/website helps create that kind of recipe book that can be printed out in a consistent font/layout and can be housed in a folder until it’s time to pass it down!

I tried the basic version for 2 weeks to test it out then jumped in and purchased the full the same! You won’t regret it!


Love this app !!!

Along with my Reminders, calendar, alarms, this application is one of my most used Apps. It has made my grocery shopping far more efficient as it can be tailored specific to the store you shop in. I can add items to my grocery list as they come to mind with SIRI on my apple watch. This is really useful when driving on the freeway. This is the only subscription app I have as I despise subscriptions but I find AnyList well worth the money given how often I find myself using and depending on it. The recipes module is perfect and recipes can be shared and are downloadable directly from the internet and facebook. They are easily searchable and printable if needed. You can pick a recipe and drop all of its ingredients into your shopping list. Family sharing is helpful as my sons can add items they see we need and my list is updated immediately. Ive even had it update while I was actually shopping. I can go on and on but generally AnyList is well done and is constantly being improved. Well worth the subscription !!!


Phenomenal App

I’ve used AnyList for over a year, and I’m very particular with my requirements for lists, etc. I’m a big Excel fan and have spreadsheets for everything. I’m extremely pleased to say that I’ve been able to successfully use the this app App for not only grocery shopping, but for other organizational needs such as travel lists, party lists with sub folders, and even my Christmas gift list by person and dollar amount! I do have the this app Complete, but it is well worth the price. My husband doesn’t have AnyList on his phone (he’s a phone dinosaur) but another great feature is that I can text him the grocery list so no more scribbled notes! Last, I’ve emailed 2-3 times over the past year with a question and gotten a prompt reply each time. So thanks to the developers for a great app that has unchained me from my computer!
UPDATE: My husband now has a smartphone, and sharing the grocery list with changes that either of us make showing up immediately on the other phone is a tremendous service. Thank you, this app!

Is AnyList Safe?

Yes. AnyList: Grocery Shopping List is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 65,510 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for AnyList Is 52.0/100.

Is AnyList Legit?

Yes. AnyList: Grocery Shopping List is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 65,510 AnyList: Grocery Shopping List User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for AnyList Is 68.3/100..

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