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.
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