mic_888 · Jul 11, 2010 at 04:00 am

Paperless List UK Tesco App

There are many Android shopping list applications on the Market, but this one is driven by the Tesco API and also has some unique features.

XDA Forum member footboydog has written a to-the-point shopping list app for those of you who like to do your weekly shop at Tesco, one of the major supermarkets in the UK.

As well as the usual scan barcode and search functions, found in other shopping list apps, Paperless List also has the following features:

  • Horizontal swipe gestures or context menus to cross off items
  • Manually add items
  • Total price of list visible at all times
  • Using chrometophone on www.tesco.com
  • Froyo apps to SD compatible
  • Action bar and dashboard design patterns for quick access to main functions

Requires Android 1.5 (Cupcake) or above.

To try out the application, search for Paperless List on the UK Market, or visit the application thread to scan the QR code.


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