Mighty Grocery Shopping List Beta 6 – Lite & Full

Hiya, everybody! Today we’re rolling out so long-waited brill features of Mighty Grocery shopping list. Check ’em out!

  1. Tax rate can now be provided for items in shopping list. Single click on “tax” field will iterate through available fixed options, long click will prompt for manual tax rate. Fixed options are configurable through App Menu –> Settings –> Tax Rates, where each line represents one of fixed Tax Rate (defaults are 0% and 13%).
  2. Currency sign ($, £, €, ¥) is taken from locale settings (Android Menu –> Settings –> Language & Keyboard –> Select locale).
  3. Decimal separator can be any symbol available on numeric keypad of your phone when prompted for price or weight. To display decimal value, either comma or point is used depending on your locale settings (see above).
  4. Pound Sterling and Pence are recognized as currency in voice recognition. I.e. if you say “Apples Two Pound Sterling Eighty Six Pence“, it will be recognized as Apples with the price of £2.86. Just a reminder, that “Dollars” and “Euros” were recognized in previous releases as well.
  5. Individual increase/decrease rates for an item can be changed with long click on increase or decrease button on Edit Item Details tab.

As always, looking forward to your suggestions!

Your Mighty Pocket Team.

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6 Responses to Mighty Grocery Shopping List Beta 6 – Lite & Full

  1. Patricia Adams says:

    I’m attempting to set the default tax rate and I don’t find out in my settings list. Is this something that is only available in the upgraded version? So far I love the app but I only used for making my shopping list at this point. Once I actually take it to the store I do my shopping I’m sure I’ll upgrade if it works as expected.

    Thank You,

    Patricia

    • Alex says:

      Hi Patricia, thanks for your question. Default tax rate can be set both in Free and Full versions. Just open details of an item, set its tax rate, then tap the Tax field again and choose “Set as default”. Please let me know if you have any further questions or comments.

  2. Beth says:

    I can’t seem to figure out how to change the decimal separator from “#” to “.”, when entering prices for items . The # sign automatically changes to “.” in the price, but I would still like to change it if possible. I’ve verified that language settings are US English, but I can’t seem to find “locale” setting. Any suggestions?

    • Alex says:

      Beth, Mighty Grocery uses decimal separator setting of your current locale. Unfortunately, currently there is no way to change display settings of decimal separator. However any character will be treated as decimal separator when you enter decimal values in the app. Hopefully this helps.

  3. Liz Biss says:

    In Texas, tax is calculated on the full value of an item. In other words, if an item costs $3.00 and I have a $1.00 coupon, I will be charged tax on $3. It looks as if MG subtracts the coupon and then calculates the tax. Is this correct? If so, is there a way to change it?

    Thanks for a great product.

    ~L

    • Alex says:

      Liz, thank you for your feedback and your question.

      Kindly note that latest Beta 19 update has introduced ability to calculate tax before applying discount. Once you have assigned coupon to an item, just tap Coupon/Discount field again and choose “Apply tax before discount”.

      Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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