We have avid Pebble users on the Grosh team, but it’s become very apparent that we need to move on after the Fitbit take over of Pebble. So, we’ve been working on an Apple Watch version of our popular watch app for Pebble. We now believe it’s ready for beta testers to have a look at it!
Today, Grosh – the intelligent shopping list app – ships with predictive data entry. It’s the first shopping list app using this vastly improved system for data entry. Grosh now also has support for the big display of the new iPhone X – the long format for the screen is ideal for your shopping list. Read on to learn more about the improvements in Grosh version 2.3.
From the outset, Grosh was intended to operate in many countries and languages. Unlike other grocery shopping apps, it’s centred around crowdsourcing of all grocery shopping relevant information. It collects grocery names, store names, grocery prices, and a lot of other information. We’ve learned a lot since we launched. One of the lessons is that we needed to adapt even more to cater for national differences. Read on what the changes in Grosh 2.2 consists of.
It may be that Google and Apple make it easy for IT startups to publish apps and make money. But at any moment, they can decide to twist the throat of a startup. Read on to learn what happened to Grosh, the intelligent shopping app startup, after Google sent out “fake ads”.
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