Marche Grocery List is, well, a grocery list app for the iPhone that features over 1700 common grocery items built right into it. Marche (which is French for "market") keeps track of what you've purchased, the price of each item, and the total price of your list.
Marche Grocery List focuses on grocery lists, but there's nothing keeping you from creating lists for other places you shop. If you want to add an item to your list that isn't included in Marche, you can add it to the database. In addition to different types of shopping lists, many users also use Marche as a way to make lists for competing locations (like two different grocery stores) as a way to compare prices.
The Shopping list view of Marche will show the title of all your lists, the date you last edited it, and the total cost of that list, including tax. If you tap the toolbar at the bottom of the screen, a new screen that displays a chart of the total costs of your lists over the last 7 months will slide up.
When adding an item to your list, March will automatically generate a list of items while you type. Not only does this speed up the process, but it shows choices you may not have thought of at first. For example, you may have been planning to add something basic like chicken to your list, but Marche will show specific choices like chicken breasts, cutlets, legs, livers, thighs, wings, and more. You can of course still choose to go with the more generic term "chicken" if you want. Also, Marche will display all your choices in categories instead of just one big alphabetical list making it easy to find what you're looking for.
After choosing the item you want, you can select from the following quantities: lb, gr, dr, oz, fl, fl oz, pt, qt, gal, item, can, doz, bag, btl, pack and select how many of the selected quantity you want to add to your list. Lastly, you can assign a price to the item either as a per unit price or a total price and select if sales tax should be applied to the item (sales tax value can be edited in settings).
To edit any of the above on a list item, simply hold your finger down on the entry. A quick tap on the entry will cross it out. Tapping the four leaf clover icon (similar to Command key on a Mac keyboard) in the upper right corner will generate a list of other actions you do to your list, the most notable being the ability to create a template.
A template is basically is a list of recipe ingredients. For example, you can create a template for "smoked salmon" that includes salmon, onion, sauce, etc. Then every time you add smoked salmon to you list, all of the required ingredient items will be added to your list instead.
This really is just a brief look at everything that Marche Grocery List has to offer. Some of the other features include a shopping timer, notes for each list, custom actions, customizable wallpapers, csv export, print via AirPrint, and more.
- Beautiful UI with multiple wallpaper options
- Add quantity and price to each list item
- Edit sales tax
- Create templates
- Shopping timer
- Custom actions
- Supports csv export
- Print via AirPrint
- Includes detailed user manual
- Requires some time to get used to and learn
Marche Grocery List is a very feature-heavy grocery shopping iPhone app that is perfect for people who are very detailed and organized with their planning. If you prefer simple and fast lists, Marche is not for you, but for the detail-oriented folk, you probably wanna give Marche a look.
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