Shopping could be a hassle for many. Problems ranging from forgetting the grocery list to grabbing extra snacks during the checkout line lead to unexpected problems for shoppers.
Tech expert Stephanie Humphrey was on Good Day with some new apps to make your life easier.
Fooducate is the first app to help out shoppers. Not only will you have the ability to be more efficient, you will also be able to find some nutritional information to help you make decisions. All you do is snap a photo of the barcode of any food item, and the app will give you nutritional information. It gives your food item a grade from A to F based on how healthy it is.
Grocery IQ is the quickest way to make a grocery list. You can make a list vocally or through bar codes, there are also coupons available and the app tells you where there are sales near you.
Snip Snap is even better, says Humphrey. You take photos of coupons with your phone, and then can bring your phone to the store and use coupons. It is also a community for coupon enthusiasts. Users can share coupons and help each other save.