Shopping List is a productivity app by Hensoft. There are two versions of it, a free lite version and the full version for $2.99. It is simply, a shopping list app.
It also saves items, so when I'm adding items to a current list, I can quickly select the items I need to buy. There is also an option to sync with an account, but I haven't tested that function yet because I find the app useful even without.
There are some differences between the free and full versions. The free version is limited to a single list and the catergories that come with the app. It also doesn't have all of the functions with calculating prices.
With the full version, I can create my own catergories and can have multiple lists. This is useful for me because sometimes having everything on one list is confusing and overwhelming for me. Also, I can keep track of my budget for specific lists.
For example, I am in charge of buying cleaning supplies for my house hold. By keeping a separate list, I can keep track of what I'm spending with my own money and what I'm spending with the house hold money.
As an adult Autistic, I found the Shopping List app to be useful for spending and budget keeping, as well as remembering what I need to buy. I recommend it for other Autistic adults for the same purposes to support their independence.
Reviewed by Corina Becker, 2012