Grosh does what other apps do, such as support for adding items to a shopping list, mark items as bought, sharing the shopping list with others. But let’s take a look on how grosh stands out.
|Challenge||Solution||Grosh||Store’s shopping app||General task app|
|The list is not complete, must go grocery shopping again||Intelligent suggestions for items you may need, based on past purchase patterns||Yes||No||No|
|Shopping list is too long and confusing||Grouping items by category. Automatic categorization of the products you add the list||Yes||Yes||No|
|Going back and forth in the store to find items||Sort the list according to store layout, so you see the items in the order in which customers usually shop||Yes||No||No|
|The app assumes I always shop in one particular store – I don’t||You can select the items to be purchased in a particular store, and filter the list to show only items for this shop||Yes||No||No|
|The app is difficult to use compared to pen and paper||Grosh is optimized for ease of use (minimal number of clicks, can be operated with one-hand, etc.)||Yes||No||No|
The team behind grosh knows we are not the first to bring a shopping app to the market, but we know the current solutions are not very innovative – we have not just built a copy of what others do, we try to be different. Try our app and see for yourself!
Founder of grosh