You've got shopping+
You've got shopping+ is our answer to user's feature requests for You've got shopping.
The most important "email me the shopping list" feature has now been enhanced! Your hon can email you multiple categorized (or not) lists. All in one email!
Follow the screen shots and descriptions to learn more and please leave your comments to help us improve the application and/or ourselves.
The most valued feature of this application is that you can have your shopping list emailed to you. Before the application can be used this way it needs to be properly configured. Click Menu button and select Settings followed by Gmail settings.
Here you need to type the email address of your own inbox. This will be checked for incoming shopping list messages. If you don't like this email feature you can of course disable it.
The second piece of the puzzle is the email subject you and your hon agree on to become a shopping list message. Click Menu button and select Settings followed by Email settings.
Now you can have your trusted person send you an email with the subject you have set. This must be exactly verbatim - no RE or FW. RE and FW are not allowed; an email with RE: in the subject will go into your mailbox but will not be recognized by this application.
Lastly add email addresses of people you trust enough to send you the shopping lists. By clicking a button to the left of the email address you can change the item icon color for that address. Items in the list will show colorized based on the sender, so you know who asked for that diamond ring.
Once all set you can exit the application. The service will run in the background.
The following has been generated by this email:
four tires --big screen TV one cat Costco: -Frozen foods: ice cream pizza -Pharmacy: vitamins Home Depot: hammer few nails
Totally uncategorized items:
four tires one cat
List is denoted by colon suffix and category by dash prefix and colon suffix:
Costco: -Frozen foods: ice cream pizza
In specific list but uncategorized items:
Home Depot: hammer few nails
Finally, if you previously had a big screen TV on your shopping list the following line removed it, so you don't end up with two of them:
--big screen TV
And yes, they get out of your way as you check them.
Here you can see how the items are colorized by sender.
Notification stays on as long as you have something to shop for, or not. Depends how you feel about it.
Go crazy with settings.
For LED color please see this FAQ.
You no longer need to explain the things to your hon. Just send sample email.
New in version 1.1.6 - Location alarms!
Location alarm will notify you when you are in proximity of the geographical point defined by you.
You can associate multiple location alarms with your lists.
To add location alarm select the list with the scroll ball and click Menu button and select Location alarms menu. The same can be done by long clicking a list.
You will see the map. Click Menu button and select Search. In the search box you can type the address or business you are looking for, for example "Costco, San Diego".
Search results will be placed on the map as red markers. Click on the marker once to reveal location name.
Click on it the second time to open Location alarm screen.
Here you can turn the alarm on or off, set the minimum number of items in the list and minimum proximity radius from the location to trigger the alarm.
Alarms, once created, clearly differ form search results.
You are notified once in proximity of the target, providing the minimum number of items in the list is met.
WARNING: Too many active alarms may cause your battery to drain faster!