I'm moving out and would like to know what the best app for sharing grocery lists and groceries are
- My wife and I use Paprika for recipe management. Within Paprika we can plan our meals on a calendar and then export those ingredients list into the grocery list function of the app. We are both logged into the apps on our phones and use it at the store while shopping.
- My wife and I share a shopping list on Todoist. It's easy to add a task, it has a useful home screen widget on Android, list sharing works well with notifications when someone else completes a task. Probably most importantly, it doesn't try to do a whole lot more, like force you into inputting recipes, so there's not a lot of time that you have to invest before it's useful.
- My wife and I have been using this for years. Haven't needed to look elsewhere.AnyList has one big feature that I love - favorite lists. Put your weekly staples in a single list and never forget to get them again. It can also be configured to share lists across stores, so you can make a single list and have it visible across multiple stores.
- Great little shopping list app. I can set the prices of food, add coupons, rearrange the categories to match the aisle order in my regular store. It tells me the total price of my list and automatically adds new items into the correct category. Can sync on web browser too so I can plan my shop on my laptop and use my phone when out shopping. Whilst I don't share the list, the ability is there too