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10 best grocery list apps for Android

You already have your phone on you, so why not make it do a little extra work?
February 22, 2022
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Grocery store lists are a remarkably good use of a smartphone. You carry it on you all the time, and that includes the grocery store. We don’t need a lot of buildup for this one. You carry your phone on you all the time. It makes sense to include your list of groceries on it rather than carrying around a second thing. Luckily, there is a boatload of options in this space. Of course, some are better than others. We can help with that, and that’s why you’re here. Here are the best grocery list apps for Android!

The best grocery list apps for Android


Price: Free / $9.99-$14.99 per year

AnyList screenshot

AnyList is a cross between a note-taking app and a to-do list app. It focuses primarily on lists, hence the name, and lets you create a to-do list for any subject. The main app lets you quickly add and cross off items as you complete them, multiple list support, and you can create your own categories for easier organization. Grocery lists, in particular, are quite nice since the app categorizes items for you.

You can also share lists with other people who can then add and remove stuff as needed. The $9.99 per year price is for an individual account and the $14.99 per year is for a whole family. The premium features include cross-platform support, meal planning support, the ability to import recipes from websites, and a passcode lock.


Price: Free

Bring is a simple and good-looking grocery list app. It takes the mundane task of listing your groceries and adds a little flair. You can create multiple lists for various things. For instance, you can separate your list for your Christmas dinner shopping from your usual shopping list. Items show up as boxes for easy reading while at the store. You can even add product photos if you need to see what the packaging looks like. It’s functional, fun, and simple. It’s also entirely free with no ads or in-app purchases.

Google Keep Notes

Price: Free

Google Keep screenshot 2021
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Google Keep is a fairly simple and powerful note-taking app. It supports various notes, including normal notes, lists, photos, and even location notes. Of course, those list notes are very usable for grocery lists. Simply populate the list with your various grocery items, give the note a name, and you’re ready to go. You can also share notes with roommates, family members, etc. That way, everybody can see the list, add to it, or check items off as needed. It’s advantageous and functional.

Plus, it’s completely free, syncs to your various phones, and has some organizational features. ColorNote (Google Play link) is also a great app in this space as well.

Listonic Grocery Shopping List

Price: Free

Listronic Grocery Shopping List screenshot

Listonic has an above-average grocery shopping app. It functions like most grocery list apps. You open it, input your shopping list, and then check off items as you shop. However, the app also boasts a recommendation engine. Over time, it’ll suggest re-adding stuff you normally shop for to make your life a little easier and perhaps remind you to get something you may have forgotten.

There are also some shopping ideas in case you don’t want to get the same thing over and over again. It worked fine in our testing, and it’s a step up from the usual basic grocery list apps.

Our Groceries

Price: Free / Up to $9.99

Our Groceries Shipping List screenshot 2021
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Our Groceries is another good app for grocery lists. It allows for a more granular experience. You can create grocery lists and then categorize everything. Thus, when you add something to the app, you can tell it the list and the category. The item shows up there when you’re done. That makes stuff much easier to find. The UI is clean and attractive.

There isn’t much wrong with it, honestly. Some other features include Wear OS support, image support, and you can share your lists with family members, roommates, etc. It also works on iPhone, and that should cover all of the smartphones in the house. This app is free to use with Google Play Pass if you use it.

Out of Milk

Price: Free

Out of Milk is one of the most popular grocery list apps. There’s a reason for that. It has a gorgeous UI, and it’s effortless to use. The app also features multiple grocery lists, list sharing with other people, and more. There are some additional and clever little tricks for you as well. The appeal of this one is its simplicity. It’s useful for a lot of stuff, but it doesn’t make you work hard to get there.

There are also some to-do list features and some other stuff as well. It’s an excellent app that also doesn’t cost anything. The only downside to Out of Milk is that it’s unavailable for people outside of the US and Canada after it was purchased by another developer in 2021.

That Shopping List

Price: Free / Up to $3.89

That Shopping List is another easy shopping list app. It does the basics quite well. You add items to the list as usual and delete them when you buy them as usual. However, this one also comes with categories, full offline support, drag-and-drop functionality, and some auto-detection for the stuff you add. It all makes it easier to use.

There are some list-sharing features as well. You don’t need an account or anything to use this one. The list sharing is also compatible cross-platform with IOS devices. There isn’t much else to say, really. It’s good at what it does.


Price: Free / $27.99 per year

TickTick screenshot 2022

TickTick is a powerful to-do list app. It’s mostly for things like remembering to take out the garbage, work, honey-do lists, and other such tasks. However, it is set up in such a way that grocery lists are easy with TickTick. You simply make a new section, call it a grocery list, and add stuff to it. Such lists are shareable with anyone you want.

Additionally, TickTick has a simple UI, reminders, and other to-do list style features. The free version has limited amounts of all of the features. Most people should do just fine with the free version. The premium version adds some extra stuff, but it’s only really needed if you need some seriously hardcore features.

Grocery store apps

Price: Free (usually)

Aldi USA - best grocery list apps

Some grocery store apps have grocery list functionality. The list is fairly long and contains several regional grocery store chains as well as national chains. Thus, you may have to search a bit on Google Play for the stores nearest to you. Usually, these apps have things like coupons and deals for items around the store, the aforementioned grocery store list function, a store locator, and sometimes you can pay a small fee to have an employee do your shopping for you, and you just pick it up when it’s ready.

The features usually range, and sometimes they don’t include a list at all. It’s a bit random. However, you should look for your store’s official app if you go to the same place every time.

Cooking and recipe apps

Price: Free (usually)

Allrecipes Dinner Spinner screenshot 2021

There are many cooking apps and recipe apps out there. Many of them do the basics like show you recipes and let you save recipes for future use. Some of them have videos, high-resolution images, and other such features. Many of them also have a shopping list feature. You can look at a recipe and immediately add those ingredients to the list along with whatever else you need. Most would likely prefer a to-do list app or a note-taking style app for these things. However, those who really like to cook may do better with a recipe app that also doubles as a grocery list app. You can check out our list of the best cooking apps with the button just above.

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