The best shopping list apps

A note that blows from your pocket in the wind, a partner who sends an app that the stock cubes are empty: it is always better to put your shopping list in your phone, so that you can read in time what your family members are still up to. requests and so that you have an easy overview of what you need. These apps will help you with that.

Supermarket apps

There are also a lot of supermarkets such as Albert Heijn, Jumbo, Lidl and Aldi that offer apps to create shopping lists (or order the groceries in one go). The advantage of this is that you also have a picture of what you need and that some supermarkets offer to put the ingredients of a certain recipe on your shopping list at once. And, not unimportantly, supermarket apps are the only apps (and not all supermarkets offer it either) in which you can have the shopping list sorted specifically by the walking route in the store. As a result, once in the freezer, you don't have to go all the way back to the vegetables because cucumber happened to be added to the list later.


If you don't necessarily have to be ready quickly, but if you are mainly looking for bargains, an app like Sjoprz (Android or iOS) is a good tip. Here you specifically choose the stores you always visit, you make a shopping list and you can see per item what it costs at other stores. This way you can see that you can save a lot elsewhere and you can decide for yourself whether you think it's worth the detour. And you can immediately request a no-no sticker from the municipality, because this app keeps track of all offers from the brochures for you.

General lists apps

You can also use more general list apps to create shopping lists. The advantage of this is that you can work with several people in the same list, which can be very useful, especially if you are organizing a large party with a group. You can think of apps like Wunderlist, Trello, Evernote and Todoist. If you're not already using one of these apps, it's worth trying one out anyway. You can not only make simple shopping lists here, but also to-do lists, favorites lists and more. In all apps, things are archivable or strippable, so you can keep track of where you left off.

Out of Milk

The Out of Milk app (translated: the milk has run out), gives you the opportunity to make shopping lists as well as inventory lists of your stock. You indicate whether your stock is a lot or little, so you don't have to work specifically with numbers. You can, by the way, if you like. You can also add the price, so that you know very specifically what costs you can expect when that item runs out. It is a very simple app, but also very easy to use. In any case, you don't have to do a whole study to understand how to use Out of Milk.

Ultimately, it is very personal which shopping app can help you best. Do you have a family, do you pay attention to the offers or do you mainly want to go through the supermarket most efficiently? Whatever you choose: keep in mind that not all supermarkets have the same good wi-fi, so always take a screenshot of your list on your phone just to be sure, if you lose your connection. Although you can't check off what you already have, you have what you need in any case, even without a connection on your visor. And in your basket.

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