PocketShopping v1.0 for Winmo
Fed up of paper shopping lists? Frustrated with using the notepad on your device? Why not try out PocketShopping – a dedicated shopping list for your device.
Developed by XDA forum member rublopez, PocketShopping v1.0 is a shopping list application that allows you to maintain a ‘master’ list of products that you buy on a regular basis.
Originally posted by rublopez
The user interface is similar to iPhone applications, finger-friendly, smart scrolling, gestures and animation effects.
Requires .NET CF 2.0 or later, supported languages are: English & Spanish.
PocketShopping is available for free. To download the cab, and give feedback, visit the application thread.
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