Shop faster and smarter with Grocery Mate for Android [PRESS RELEASE]
St. Petersburg, Russia, November 17, 2011 – Gone are the days of fumbling with crumpled lists or return trips to the supermarket to pick up forgotten items as i-Free launches Grocery Mate for iOS and Android. The new smart phone productivity app makes creating, managing and sharing grocery lists a breeze with its easy-to-use touch screen and web interfaces. Making life even easier, Grocery Mate automatically tracks your costs and organizes your grocery list into categories to help you shop faster and smarter.
“People are busier than ever these days, and Grocery Mate is a robust and intuitive organizer that makes shopping less stressful,” said Kirill Petrov, CEO of i-Free. “Creating and editing lists is easy to do and the ability to share and sync them with other family members is a real time-saver.”
Grocery Mate’s free web interface (www.grocery-mate.com) allows for faster list creation/editing, as well as new list sharing options such as multiple people using the same list simultaneously or even outside input from a family member or friend who doesn’t own Grocery Mate themselves. Best of all, every new or edited list automatically syncs directly to your smart phone.
Grocery Mate is now available on the iTunes App Store and the Android Market) for $1.99. Grocery Mate also features an auto-fill function whereby the app leverages its massive pre-loaded database to suggest items based on the initial letters typed.
i-Free (i-free.com) is a rapidly growing and diverse Russian innovation company specializing in the development and implementation of projects within the mobile, NFC, electronic finance, digital distribution, micropayment, smart phone app, and B2B mobile market sectors. Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Russia with additional offices in Moscow, Kiev (Ukraine), Minsk (Belarus), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Mumbai (India), Beijing (China) and Sao-Paolo (Brazil), i-Free’s award winning products and services are available in more than 100 countries worldwide.
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