Out of Milk

Grocery shopping list

#5 Product of the DaySeptember 24, 2017

With Out of Milk, your Shopping List stays with you everywhere you go and you'll have it on-hand once you're ready to go grocery shopping. The Pantry List allows you to keep track of your pantry items (spices, essentials, etc.) so that you always know what you have at home. The To-Do list helps you keep track of any other items on your daily list.

  • Antony Bearpark
    Antony BearparkGraphic and Web Designer

    Good for planning to buy food and whilst shopping


    iOS app is out of date

    Personally I like how you can sort items into specific colour coded areas and then move areas into your own order. It means I can order my shopping list by the way I walk around my local supermarket. It's fully customisable and includes the ability to add coupons you may have to items or shops and shows the price of your spend at the bottom. It's been very helpful to me, part of why I wanted to share with others on here!

    Antony Bearpark has used this product for one year.
  • Grzegorz Gwoźdź
    Grzegorz GwoźdźCTO, Neoteric

    Now shoping will be easier



    Nothing to say

    Grzegorz Gwoźdź has used this product for one day.
This is great! I love how you have a pantry to check what is currently in this house, which sets it aside from any other synched to-do list (for me previously Wunderlist and now Todoist) with a “Groceries” group. Going to give this a try for sure :) One thing that might be worth adding (if the Makers see this) is the expiry date as its own field, and that it stands out visually at a glance so you know to replace it when that day is closer, without manually needing to check. At the moment expiry date is just a text field, so you’d have to look at each item to know. Other than that point, looking forward to testing this!
I'm gonna need an iOS version of that!
@karimmaassen https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/... Here it is! Updates seem slower than Android version and reviews aren’t great.
@irishpolyglot Hmm, that really has an iOS3 vibe to it. Too bad...
Heard of ”Bring" Lists ?