Monthly Reminder: Tech Talk, Shopper Edition

I know, it’s been more than a week. I seem to always have excuses about why I haven’t linked to my Tech Talk column at CatholicMom.com. But I was on the Mystery Vacation with my family when it was posted, and writing blog posts on my iPhone just isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Last month, I started my monthly series with an article that should have especially made my dad proud: Gas Cubby – the digital version of the trusty gas books my dad always keeps for his cars. This month, I continue with my app reviews with an introduction to one of the first apps I ever bought (on my sister’s recommendation): Shopper. Here’s a snippet, but please head over to CatholicMom.com and read the whole thing!

Of all the apps I have, Shopper might be one of the most useful and most-used on my iPhone. It’s not exciting, unless you are super-weird about organizing your grocery lists by store and aisle. Which you don’t need to do, though I know some people who have publicly admitted to being that crazed about organized shopping.

I won’t name names, but you know who you are, don’t you?

My younger sister got an iPhone before I even had an iPod Touch, and the first thing she told me to do was to download the 99¢ Shopper.  And I’ve never been sorry.

Before I go any further, let me bring back the people who are about to just click away because of my crazy need to have a list organized by store, category, and aisle.  Don’t go!  Listen up for a minute!

You do NOT need to use every organizational tool on this app for it to help you. …

Go on over and read the rest!

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