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Sync Grocery Lists Between iPhone, Android and BlackBerry Smartphones

Posted In Android, Blackberry, iPhone - By Techtiplib on Saturday, February 4th, 2012 With No Comments »

HeadCode’s app OurGroceries is a simple system that will sync your grocery list between Blackberry, iOS and Android devices. With this program you can easily share a list with anyone you choose. You need only specify an email address to share across devices. OurGroceries refers to this as the Master email address. It’s easy.

Sync Grocery Lists Between iPhone, Android and BlackBerry Smartphones

Search for OurGroceries and install it directly on your device.

Now configure the account for first time use. From any device, you’ll notice there is a generic list. Open the settings menu. From Android and Blackberry this is achieved with the menu button, in iOS it’s the gear icon in the top left of the screen.

From the settings menu, select List Sharing.

Enter the email address you’d like to use and press Send. You’ll need access to this address to confirm the sharing for each device you’re using it on. Tap Send.

A confirmation screen comes up. Tap Send.

You’ll get an email like this. Just click the link to confirm access for that device.

Now, simply start creating your groceries list. Your partner can add what they need to the list as well. Everything syncs up, and you’ll never forget the milk (pardon the phrase). As you pick up items just cross them off the list.

You can also send your lists via SMS or email too.

OurGroceries is available for BlackBerry and Android too. With it being available on all three major mobile smartphone operating systems, it should be no problem knowing what to bring home after work no matter what device your family member has!

You can download OurGroceries from the Android Market, iTunes or Blackberry App World. The free version is ad supported. To remove the ads you’ll need to pony up $4.99 for it.

Via groovypost

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