Web UI don’t find item on cyrillic, but shows their if they in active list (unchecked)
Vitaly, kindly note that product search in Web UI is performed against Pick list from created backup. Please create a backup from your phone and then product lookup should work just fine.
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.
Thanks, it work very fine! Online sync it’s beautifull!
I’d like to see integration of store loyalty cards. I see it on your list as “under consideration.” I’ve tired the various standalone software on both Android and on an Ipod Touch. I’ve yet to get a bar code to scan off the screen no matter what I’ve tried. As such, although it would be less appealing from an eye candy standpoint, I’d suggest not dealing with the bar code part of the equation. Just having an ability to show the loyalty card number for a particular store would be great.
Overall, this product seems very feature rich and will no doubt rise to the top once web integration is implemented.
Larry, thank you so much for your feedback and your suggestion. Dealing with numbers is much easier, so this feature may go live sooner. Under consideration section is updated to reflect your suggestion.
Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you again.
My wife and I share the grocery shopping “chores”. We have a master list of several hundred items. Each item has an indicator that signifies which person is responsible for that item. When we arrive at the store, we filter the buy list on this indicator so that each person only sees the items they are expected to buy. This is a very basic database function. Without this capability I don’t see why the MightyGrocery developer is wasting time on “Backup on cloud” / “list syncing” and “list sharing”.
Thank you for your feedback.
I guess there are lots of other scenarios when backup/sync features may come handy. For instance, backup may be used by a bachelor to make sure his history of purchases for parties won’t get lost. Or someone could send their spouse to a grocery store and keep updating shopping list at home until their partner gets to the store. Even when two people shop simultaneously, they could just agree which aisle is a watermark. Someone picks items above watermark, leaving items below watermark to their shopping partner.
Anyhow, thank you very much for your suggestion to filter items. We may be considering this in our future releases.
Thanks for your answer. If you want i can do the translation in Swedish for you, i have done a lot of translations for other apps. Give me all the instructions and what files that i should use.
This app looks good i bought it yesterday, so i have not been testing all features in it yet.
Is it possible to get it in Swedish ? I know that you can rename some items but not all. Keep up the good work!
Regards Roy Sohlander
Hi Roy, thank you so much for your feedback.
Kindly note that we started collaborating with volunteers on translating our product catalog into other languages. The very next release (Beta 11) will introduce three new languages. In the new update it will also be possible to import custom catalog in CSV format and delete all preset items. We are going to add new languages as we see demand from our users. Furthermore, later this month in addition to product catalog translations, we are going to start translating application UI into other languages.
Thanks again for your interest and I hope the Swedish translation will be available in our app eventually.
I was adding foods to my grocery list when it appeared that all I entered were all going to have the same second line that I had entered on a previous item; e.g., I had put on the second line “frozen”, and this was being added to every item thereafter even if I had not put it in AND even if I could not see the second line showing as I added items. Eventually I discovered that if I went ahead and added a ‘return’ but also deleted it again without adding any word, then the ‘phantom’ word “frozen” ceased to haunt my entries thereafter.
This appears to be a small bug. So far I am pleased with your app, and look forward to your improvements, although I have not put the app through all its paces yet.
Hi Diane, thank you so much for discovering a bug with “Frozen” line. We are rolling out Beta 8* update today to address this issue. Sorry for inconvenience.
Diane, the update has been published. Please let me know if anything else will look suspicious in the app.
Just an FYI full beta 8 force closes on rooted Droid incredible. Was able to successfully restore full version 7. Most likely a conflict with bar.code scan feature.
Amanda, thank you for discovering Beta 8 upgrade issue. It is caused by unexpected empty values in some fields, which might have been cleared by previously fixed defects.
Sorry for inconvenience, today tomorrow (Nov 24th) we are going to publish a quick fix named Beta 8* which will address upgrade issue.
Amanda, the update is published which should address the upgrade issue. Please let me know if you could upgrade successfully with the new update.
Successfully downloaded beta 8. history is intact. bar code scanner worked for one test item. will let you know if anything pops up as a potential issue. Thanks for the quick fix.
Amanda, thank you for getting back and sharing the details of your upgrade.
All the best!
I know this may be a question probably answered before but any plans for a Might Grocery for the Iphone? I just switched and was disappointed to find out there was no MG for it. I can only hope! Great Product. I can’t find anything comparable on the iphone that dictates and doesn’t take forever to convert to text. ReQall was the closest but not even close to MG.
Terry, thank you for your interest in iPhone version of Mighty Grocery.
I have to say that we utilize a standard voice recognition engine provided by Google for Android platform. And it’s really awesome. Hopefully, by the time we come up with iPhone version of Mighty Grocery there is going to be voice recognition engine with similar recognition quality and speed.
I found ‘Mighty Grocery’ after testing dozens of shopping applications that either did not what they promised, just the bare minimum, or one needed a degree to use all the features that were overkill for the mortal user. ‘Mighty Grocery’ is simple enough to be used right away but functional enough to be tailored to individual needs. In two words: Great Application!
Questions and suggestions:
When I enter a new product, that is or is not in the search list, and the quantity is ‘1’ and units are ‘each’ they do not show correctly in the shopping list: it shows ‘>’. As soon as the the quantity or the units are changed it shows correctly. Would you please fix that?
Speaking of quantities and units: Would it be possible to increase the font for those? It would make things easier for the – you know – ‘reading fine print challenged’.
Are there plans to make the unit list customizable, like ‘Aisles’ for users or are you providing an update every now and then? Here are some ideas to add for the choices: cups (yogurt), stalk (broccoli), head (cabbage), can (beans), bunch (carrots), ears (corn), tube (toothpaste), jug (milk), carton (orange juice).
Thank you and keep up the good, no, fantastic work.
(Samsung Galaxy Vibrant)
Teya, thank you so much for your such detailed message. I will try to address your questions —
First of all, the “>” button for 1 ea quantity is how we designed the app. Some people just don’t want to track quantity and price so we put a standard button for them. However, I guess you are right saying that this may look inconsistent with other items which have quantity. So we will be adding a setting so that this behavior will be customizable.
Second, the larger font for price/quantity – we planned this along with “Themes” feature. However, we may be considering partial implementation delivered earlier if we see a demand for that.
Third, units customization – this is going to be similar to aisles customization so you will have chance to add/remove units to your taste. Anyway, thanks for the list as we would like to hear what people want to see on the standard units list, shipped with the app.
In conclusion let me suggest our plans page where we keep our future plans for the app. I’ve just updated it to reflect your suggestions.
Thank you again for your feedback and looking forward to your further suggestions.
thank you very much for your quick response and considering my suggestions; not a regular trait in todays business world.
I took a look at your ‘plans-page’ and I am quite impressed: a lot of nifty features to look forward to; I will keep checking back.
I went shopping with ‘Mighty Grocery’ yesterday for the first time. What an experience! Just a tap on the item and my list got shorter until gone (depends on ones settings, of course)!! Easy as 1-2-3!!!
General User Hint – Since I had to start all my shopping lists from scratch (can’t sync my old phone) and did not have all the correct descriptions, I did the following while putting my groceries away: I checked the items bought with the items in the history list and updated when necessary. So next time I put my shopping list together I can choose the correct items and maybe just have to adjust the amount. The effort becomes less and less once one has the basics set.
One thing I’d like to address (perhaps it’s Samsung Galaxy S specific): I open a list item to edit, then I tap a field to edit – the edit window and my on-screen keyboard automatically pop up. I make the changes and save. The edit window closes and my keyboard stays. If I made all the changes necessary and want to leave this item, I have to either push ‘go back’ to close my keyboard in order to uncover the ‘Done’ button and then push that OR I have to push the ‘go back’ button twice. Also e.g., when I edit any text in an item first and then want to change the shopping list for that item I have to push ‘go back’ button to get the keyboard out of the way in order to access the popup-list for the information (same with the aisle). Could the closing of the edit-window-popup combined with the closing of the keyboard? Just curious.
Teya, thank you very much for sharing your experience and handy hints. Perhaps, we should suggest such hints in User’s Guide, shouldn’t we?
As to keyboard issue, unfortunately, this is a Galaxy-specific issue and we hadn’t have chance to put our hands on the device yet. If you could run a test app for us aiming to fix the issue, it would be much appreciated.
I’m very impressed with your work on mighty grocery so far. It’s nearly the perfect app, and I tested many
I have a suggestion though: It would be great if there would be a feature like set an item as needed for several lists at once (I’ve got many items I can buy in more than one shop, and I don’t want to miss to buy it, when I forgot to put it in the other list as well.). Maybe in the Edit-mode for an item, the possibility to put there a link between lists. If I mark it as needed on one list, it’ll be put on the other list as well.
Then I’m a german user of MG, and right now I’m building up my own database (hiding the predefined). If you plan to translate MG into other languages, please feel free to contact me. I would love to help translating it to german!
Thanks so far for the creation
Greetings from germany
Thank you so much for your sweet feedback. I will be glad to ask your help for translating Mighty Grocery to German. Hopefully we will start translations in a month, so we could publish international versions early next year.
As to suggested feature, I just have added it to the list of plans for the shopping list. Thanks for the suggestion!
I appreciate your feedback and looking forward to any ideas you may come up with using our app.
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