Still Using Pen & Paper To Jot Down Prices? Use These Apps Instead To Make Your Grocery Shopping Easier

We know remembering and comparing prices of different places can be a pain, there are much easier ways to do so.
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The cost of many items is rising. Inflation cannot be stopped. Comparison shopping for groceries is important because many of us are attempting to save as much money as we can. No longer are you required to write down every price you see because you can make your life easier by using these apps.

First of all, you can try MyPrice. This website application searches Malaysian markets for the cost of basic goods like chicken, eggs, produce, fruits, and seafood. Depending on the location, pricing may be updated daily, three times per week, or once per week.

For more information about MyPrice, you can visit this page.

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The next app you can try is Price Catcher. This app enables you to compare and evaluate the costs of particular things from various locations.

Shoppers can look up the cost of a particular item and compare costs at other grocery stores, supermarkets, and other establishments. The prices are going to be listed from lowest to highest.

Shoppers will also receive information based on their personal location information. They may also view product pricing from different ecommerce stores using the app, albeit there are only three platforms available.

If you want to know more about Price Catcher, you can read this page. The app is available to download for free on Google Play and Apple App Store.

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The third app you can try is Hargapedia. They can look for pricing for products from particular brands and see how they are priced, from online marketplaces like Shopee to supermarkets like Jaya Grocer, Giant, and Lotus. To show when the pricing is still valid, the app will also display dates.

Additionally, the data will be filtered in accordance with user-provided information, such as location, age, and income level.

The app can also point users to the e-commerce site so they can make purchases there. However, shoppers won’t learn whether an item has sold out until they are redirected to another website because the app doesn’t make that announcement. Only users who register on the app have access to the full price list.

You can download this app for free on Google Play, Apple App Store and Huawei AppGallery.

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