Ever wondered how much time you spend grocery shopping? Or what you buy the most? Grosh – the innovative shopping app – tries to do more than other shopping apps. From Grosh version 2.1, it provides you with shopping insights that makes you understand your shopping habits and help you become a more efficient shopper.
You probably know the situation, you’ve found something on the Internet you would like to buy – but not right now. Perhaps you’d like to compare some prices. And finding the exact same item later is hard, as there’s various places where you might have stored the link on different devices. With the the latest update to Grosh 1.9 – the intelligent shopping app – this has been made easy. Just open a new tab in your browser with our webapp and paste the website link and Grosh will store it for later use.
We’re all sad Pebble has seized to exist as a company, but the million of users are still out there. So of course, Grosh continues to support Pebble! Grosh for Pebble version 1.4 now also supports the last Pebble model made, the Pebble 2.
You’re probably familiar with the situation: someone took the last milk without adding it to the shopping list. With our latest update to Grosh, version 1.8 of the intelligent grocery app, there’s no excuse. Even a child can scan grocery barcode to add an item to the shopping list.
Have you ever seen an app that crowdsourced grocery prices? You probably know apps that crowdsource gas prices. This allows users to report in prices such that others can find a cheap place to fill up the car. But no such services exist for grocery prices – until now. Read more about Grosh version 1.7 that launches today!