No, your premium subscription is pre-paid and non-refundable. In general Grosh is try-before-you-buy with the vast majority of features being available in the free version, see also this premium app overview. The primary motivation for purchasing premium should be that you want to support the continued development of the app, and secondarily to get a handful of extra features. If you want to retract your support to us or for some other reason request a refund, then you should not contact us directly. We cannot refund as you actually bought the premium subscription from Apple or Google, see this FAQ entry.
If you’re logged into the app, choose Logout under Settings. On the login screen, press “Forgotten password”, enter your email and we will send you an e-mail with a link to reset your password. Through this link, you can choose a new password. Use that password to login from the various devices where you installed Grosh.
Yes, you can assign priority to shopping list items by tapping details, then tap the item name to make additional detail fields visible. One of them is the “Important” toggle switch. When this is ON, you will see a exclamation mark marking on the shopping list. You can tap the exclamation mark to filter / unfiltered the list. Also check out this blog post.
Yes, but this requires that you setup email / password for your account and use that from all the devices that should login to your account.
Note: If you just tap continue on the last intro page instead of tapping Have an account? you’re not logging into your account using email /password. What actually happens behind the scenes is that you login using the so-called device id associated with the device. When you login using your device id, you will log out any other devices using email / password credentials. If you happened to do this by mistake, you can always logout from Settings, choose to reset your password on the Login screen – and then login using email/password.
The Siri support in Grosh is based on what Apple calls the task and reminder domain. The means there’s a set of predefined commands that we can support, and therefore the supported commands are a lot fewer than it is possible to support for Alexa and Google Assistant. However, on the positive side, the commands seem to work quite well.
You can add one or multiple items to a specified list:
“Add milk to my shopping list in Grosh”
“Add milk, sugar and tomato to my grocery list in Grosh”
For the other languages supported by both Siri and Grosh, you can say:
- Danish: Tilføj bananer til min indkøbsliste i Grosh
- Dutch: Voeg bananen toe aan mijn boodschappenlijst in Grosh
- Finnish: Lisää ostoslistaan banaaneja Grosh
- French: Ajouter des bananes à ma liste de courses dans Grosh
- German: Füge Bananen zur Einkaufsliste in Grosh hinzu
- Italian: Aggiungi le banane alla mia lista della spesa in Grosh
- Portuguese: Adicione bananas à minha lista de compras no Grosh
- Russian: Добавить бананы в мой список покупок в Grosh
- Spanish: Añade plátanos a mi lista de la compra en Grosh
- Swedish: Lägg till bananer till min shoppinglista i Grosh
We’ve added a setting in Grosh called “Siri ignore list name” which does what it says. It means you can always just say “shopping list” as list name and not worry where the items ends up.