Keep Track of Your Purchases with PocketShopping
XDA member rublopez has developed a little shopping tracker, which allows you to keep track of purchases as well as to create lists of things that you need to buy on a regular basis. The app is designed with finger-friendliness and the look and feel of the iPhone interface. The app is also coded with multi-language support with installation in English and Spanish right out of the box. The app has been around for a little while, but it recently received an update to version 1.7, which includes a few important fixes.
Changes of v1.7
– Fixed: sometimes the checked products were not saved.
– Improved the look&feel of the dialogs (settings and element properties).
– Now it is possible to reset the shopping list for only the current shop.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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