By Purple Cover, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2012-05-11
  • Current Version: 5.8.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 41.74 MB
  • Developer: Purple Cover, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 20,004 Reviews)
  • Price:
AnyList App Ratings: 5
Total 20,004 Reviews

AnyList App Description

AnyList is the best way to create grocery shopping lists and collect and organize your recipes. Easily share a list with your spouse or roommates, for free. Changes show up instantly on everyone’s iPhone or iPad. AnyList has been featured in the App Store as “New and Noteworthy”, a “Great Free App”, and one of “10 Essential” productivity apps. “AnyList makes shared grocery lists simple and intuitive.” —Lifehacker “AnyList sets the standard for grocery shopping list apps.” —AppStorm “I don’t recommend going to the grocery store without it.” —Today’s iPhone ==== FEATURES ==== == LISTS == • Quickly add and cross off items. Autocomplete suggests common items as you type. • Add items by voice with Siri and our Reminders Import feature. • Add notes to list items to indicate quantity, brand, coupons, etc. • Create multiple lists to organize items by store or occasion. • Grocery items are automatically separated into categories. • Create your own custom categories. • Reorder categories to match the layout of your local store. • Save items as favorites, then browse your favorites and add them to your current shopping list. • View recent items from your past shopping trips, then add them back to your current list. • Easily share lists. Just enter the email address of your spouse or roommate and your list is shared. List changes instantly show up on everyone’s iOS device. • Lists can be shared with as many people as you'd like. • Everyone creates their own AnyList account, so you can share some lists, while keeping others private. • Optional push notifications let you know when a shared list has been modified. • Optionally badge the app icon with the number of items remaining on your lists. • Choose a color for each list to help distinguish lists. • Move or copy items between lists. • Print lists, or send via email or SMS. == RECIPES == • Enter your own recipes, or copy & paste them from another source. • Add ingredients from your recipes to your shopping lists with a single tap. • Organize recipes into collections by type or occasion. • Search your recipes by name or ingredients. • Print recipes, or send via email. • Share your recipe collection with a trusted partner. Any changes to recipes will be instantly visible to both of you. == SYNC / BACKUP == • Sync all of your lists and recipes across all of your devices. Sign in to your AnyList account on your iPhone and iPad, and any change made on one will instantly sync to the other. • All of your lists and recipes are securely backed up in the cloud as part of your AnyList account. If you get a new device, just sign in to your AnyList account to retrieve your data. == ANYLIST COMPLETE (PREMIUM FEATURES) == All of the features above are available for free. We also offer an optional in-app purchase called AnyList Complete that unlocks the full power of the app with these great features: • AnyList for Mac & AnyList for the Web. Use AnyList on your Mac or PC. • AnyList for Apple Watch. Quickly access your lists on your wrist. • Recipe Web Import. Save recipes you find on the web to AnyList • Meal Planning Calendar. Plan your meals and shopping for the coming week. • List Item Photos. Add a photo to list items. For shared lists, photos can be viewed by everyone sharing the list. • Recipe Photos. Add a photo to your recipes, instead of being limited to icons. • Recipe Scaling. Quickly scale ingredient quantities up or down. • Item Prices. Stick to your budget by adding prices to items. • Stores & Filters. Assign items to stores and quickly filter your list by store. • List Themes. Apply themes to your lists, with custom fonts, textures, and color. • List Folders. Create folders to organize lists and reduce clutter. • Location-Based Reminders. Get reminders when near a store or other location. • List Passcode Lock. Protect your lists from casual snooping. ==== CONTACT US ==== We'd love to hear from you: AnyList includes icons from

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AnyList App Reviews

  • Love this app use it for all kinds of lists and to dos !

    By Ldgutz
    Love this app. Keeps me organized at the store. I love the category sort. Use it and you'll never use paper lists again!! Highly recommend it!!!
  • One awesome piece of software!

    By sunlitlaz
    I’ve been using other various To-Do list apps and Shopping list apps for quite some time now, and I didn’t realize what I was missing until I tried AnyList. This app is amazing, not to mention very helpful!! I suggest trying it out today!
  • Awesome list app

    By xunilhr
    If you are anything like me, you have to make lists for everything. I use them for packing, grocery shopping, setting up and tearing down for camping, you name it. This is by far the easiest and most versatile list app on the market and, believe me, I’ve tried them all. The price for premium is better than most, as well.
  • AnyList App saved my life!

    By rickajesse
    I have a story about using your App that saved my life! From the past 10 years I have been getting sicker and sicker. It started with arthritis at an early age that progressed into untreatable neuropathy in my feet moving slowly all the way up my thighs. I was a former triathlete that could no longer walk around the block or even drive to get groceries. A single mom raising 2 teenagers solely by myself. I developed chronic pancreatitis and lost my job (fyi I have an advanced engineering degree and was an executive). We lost our home and I continued to get sicker. I was then told I had an incurable bile duct disease and would someday need a liver transplant. I saw doctor after doctor, they removed organs, gave medications that made me feel worse and I became completely bedridden. The I did 2 things that changed my life forever (yes there’s a happy ending). First I bought an I-phone and the I downloaded Apps and tinkered on them endlessly sine I was bedridden. The App that helped changed my life was “AnyList”. I used it for groceries, shared lists with my kids so they could shop for me and loved how it tied in with Alexa making entering lists easier by using voice commands since my progressive arthritis made typing difficult. I read endlessly on possible diseases that had my symptoms. Typically I didn’t understand the articles on the web because they were advanced state of the art medical journals. What changed my life was using AnyList to create a document listing my symptom and a potential associated disease. Each time I went to see a specialist, and there were a lot of specialists I was seeing, I would pull out my I-phone and open AnyList and review my list of rare diseases with the doctor. Some doctors were more receptive than others but most found it very helpful. I had a sudden serious health setback (hard to believe there were any setbacks left because I seemed to have everything wrong with me)! I was rushed to surgery to have my spleen removed, most of my pancreas and an operation on my stomach. Just prior to the surgery I sent notes to a few of the specialists I’d seen, reviewed my rare diseases on AnyList with them and asked for them to request any tissue tests that could only be obtained during my surgery; one doctor responded and asked for a path analysis from my pancreas for an extremely rare disease IgG4. I awoke in post op to find they hadn’t run the test. The doctors said they didn’t know about the test and not to worry etc. I didn’t give up! Even in my post operative painful confusion I advocated for my AnyList disease IgG4 which I had no idea what it was but I knew that less than 2% of chronic pancreatitis patients had it and even fewer women of which I was one. Pleading with the doctors to run the test before my pancreas tissue was destroyed and never could be used again. Finally a resident doctor fought for me to have this rare test. My understanding later was he spent many hours on my behalf convincing doctors higher up to spend the money and time for this, admittedly determined almost to the point of insanity, women testing for a disease so rare it was statistically unlikely I would have it. I’ll always be indebt to that doctor who put his reputation on the line for me and I’ll never forget the look on his face when he brought up the test results the next morning with the doctors making rounds. The IgG4 test results and they were positive, I had completely curable Autoimmune Pancreatitis! Completely curable with inexpensive prescription steroids taken for a course of 3 months! I had lost ten years of my life, my job, my house, all of my savings, several organs and time I would never retrieve with my children growing up treating a variety of diseases I didn’t have and that would be 100% cured with simple steroids. I was released from the hospital today, in pain, a few organs Lee but alive. I’m alive and will be around to perhaps see my children get married, have children and even rebuild my career. I am so elated I can’t sleep. I am lying in bed writing to say thank you AnyList for helping keep track of my research on rare diseases. Thank you Apple for my iPhone. Special thanks to the specialist who listened and requested the test and to the “fellow” doctor who went to bat for me and also to myself for being so determined that I never gave up! Best Regards, Stacey Schultz
  • Great app. Works with Alexa.

    By TAMApttl
    Great app. Works with Alexa. We use it all the time.
  • Quite good, Keep updating as vendor responses come in.

    By Jamaica Blue
    This is handy as a grocery list manager. Auto categorizes items & you can add a stores parameter (context?) Sort by store. You can add other list types, those are roll-yer-own for details. Some of this becomes outdated, as vendor responds... I've created grocery lists in OmniOutliner, Outliner & even OmniFocus in the past, but is simpler & thus cleaner in Anylist. AnyList does it well. Reminder List? Not sure if this is covered as well as it might. Could use a few more icon choices: Yardwork (mower?), House Exterior (ladder?), Camera, & a couple which escape me at the moment. Recipe section is a good idea, will be more usable if it can successfully integrate recipes as well as other standalone apps do. If it can resort & fold recipe ingredients into the buy list effectively. Needs to allow for crosschecking recipe ingredients against the buy list. Also, right now entering recipes here feels too cumbersome (to me). Has a flag for recent items, last minute additions flag might be nice. Nesting, collapse for categories. There is a capability for starter lists. Vendor appears to be very responsive. Its worth your time. I grumbled a little at first, but its useful esp. if other household members use it too.
  • Overall excellent app

    By ia_ramos
    Terrific app that operates well with my Apple Watch. This is especially nice for checking off items as I shop. I really love the recipe incorporation because forgetting I’m out of a particular item was a constant irritation. * One complaint: you can’t change meal plan dates without deleting it altogether first. Strange, since it’s so easy to move grocery items (by clicking amd dragging) to another category. You would think you could do that on the calendar option. Hint hint developers.
  • Use this almost every day

    By Beetlekeeper
    It’s always helped, i love it.
  • Awesome App!

    By Nanner123
    I have downloaded several recipe/list apps and this one is by far the best app I have found. My only wish is that you would make nice decorative prints for recipes and menu calendars. I want to print out some of the menu’s I make but there is no nice decorative templates.
  • Bad pricing model

    By DrozSmash
    Good app but I’m shocked this is a subscription. There isn’t any substantial ongoing service but they are charging a yearly subscription fee. The last thing I need is more ongoing fees. I’d gladly pay for the app but not yearly fee. Lots of good review so I guess I’m alone here.