Now what’s really cool is that these magnets are actually the different functions and tools in the app so they serve a purpose other than to look neat.
The app gives you the ability to create a shopping list, move and delete items, place items in your cart, and plenty more. You can edit the price of the foods and enter in the correct quantity so that you can quickly see your totals.
The app is free to use but there is an in-app purchase available that gives users additional features. This is available for $1.99.
The User Experience
The Fridge in your pocket.Lite app divides the food into a number of categories to make things easy for you. There are fruits, vegetables, milk, bakery, sausages, meat, seafood, frozen, sauces, pasta, preserves, cereals, tea and coffee, confectionery, snacks, beverages, and alcohol.
There is a tutorial when you first launch the app that is meant to make the experience user-friendly but I find it’s still a bit confusing to use. This one definitely takes some exploring and learning, and there are probably some not willing to put in the time and effort.
It would be nice to see this changed and make things a bit more comprehensive. Additionally, despite the fact the developer has worked on the speed of the app it still moves along pretty slowly. The graphics are cute and fun, and the look of the app is uncluttered and attractive.
You’ll be able to add items to your list, move them, and delete them
Items are placed in its proper category
Adjust the quantity and price of the items
The app performs rather slowly
Navigating through the app can be rather confusing
The Fridge in your pocket.Lite app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone feels like a good effort but could still do with some tweaking. This one could definitely be more user-friendly and self-explanatory in order to enhance the user experience.