Newark, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2008
Infodoro.com, a web destination for digital life-style applications announced the launch of its web 2.0 personal productivity application, the Shopping List Manager. Targeted at busy professionals, multitasking executives, college students and parents, juggling with several tasks at hand, the web applications at Infodoro.com are intended to help with effective management of personal information.
The shopping list manager application lets the users ease their shopping chores by maintaining and sharing their shopping lists on line. Rather than having to scribble down lists every time they need to go shopping, users can just create the lists once at http://infodoro.com. Then they can easily filter, print and e-mail their lists when ever they need to go shopping. The advanced Web 2.0 interface of the application has a very desktop like feel while at the same time the data is secure and available on the web from any computer or web-enabled mobile phone.
The application provides a user-friendly interface to add items that a user might wish to buy. The users can optionally tag the item with a store name and a category. In addition they can track if they have a coupon for the item. This feature reminds users of what coupons they have and helps them to use the coupons effectively which saves them money during their shopping trips. In addition, the ability to turn off or on a needed flag for each item is especially handy for recurring shopping lists such as weekly grocery lists. The user can create the list of all items once and then just mark them as needed if they are needed for that particular shopping trip.
Users can filter items on the list based on a variety of criteria including store, category and whether the item is marked as needed. This way they can customize the list to the purpose of the particular shopping trip they are about to make.
The shopping list manager has powerful communication capabilities including printing and e-mail in a user customizable format. The users can choose how they wish to filter and format their list for printing and e-mailing to themselves or to other loved ones.
"Of course, ours is not the first shopping list application on the web but we do believe it is one of the best, in terms of functionality, user interface and accessibility." commented Deven Kalra, CEO of Infodoro.com, on the vision for development of the Shopping List application.
"This application exemplifies how Internet software should be; easy to use, unobtrusive and continuously operating without long delays to break your thought process" added Deven.