5 Apps to Make Grocery Shopping Easier

Whether you need a better way to organize your grocery list, or would love it if someone else just grocery shopped for you, these apps will make your grocery shopping experience even easier.

Walmart Grocery is available at most Walmart locations across the country. The best part about Walmart Grocery is that you don’t even have to leave your car. All you have to do is order your groceries on the Walmart Grocery app, schedule your pickup time and check in on the app when you park in the designated parking spot. A Walmart employee will then bring out your groceries and load them into your car!

One of Amazon’s most recent ventures is grocery delivery. Amazon is now a grocery and household goods delivery service! You can get a variety of non-perishable groceries including cereal, coffee, snacks, bottled water, cleaning supplies, toiletries and other goods delivered to your home…and if you have Amazon Prime you get free shipping on orders of $35 or more!

With Shipt, you can get delivery from stores such as Target, CVS, Smart & Final and Vons. Place your order either online or via their mobile app. Once your order is complete, you can schedule a delivery at a time convenient for you. Your shopper will be contact with you throughout the entire shopping process via text message, so they can communicate with you about any substitutions and you can request last-minute items as well. A Shipt membership is $99/year of $14/month. All Shipt members get free delivery on orders over $35.

Instacart offers delivery from Aldi, Sprouts, Total Wine, Save Mart, Sam’s Club and Costco. Their expert shoppers will pick out the freshest produce for you and will be contact with you while in the store regarding any item in your order. Delivery fees start and $3.99 and vary based on time of day and the size of the order. You can purchase an Instacart Express membership for $99/ year or $9.99/month and get free delivery on order $35+ and reduced fees.

Out of Milk makes creating and sharing grocery lists easy. Create different categories and lists to organize all of the items with ease. It even connects to your virtual assistants, so you can ask your Amazon or Google device to add items to your Out of Milk grocery list. You can use their barcode scanner to scan and automatically add items from your kitchen to your Out of Milk list. They also have a Pantry List to keep track what is in your pantry, so you know when to restock certain items. One of the best parts about Out of Milk is that you can share and sync your list with your family so that everyone can edit and check items off the list.

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