- 09-20-2010, 04:24 PM #2
- 06-07-2011, 03:31 PM #3
- 06-08-2011, 10:40 AM #4
rShopping List checkout
In order to use the checkout, you must be using a basket and have items in the basket.
- Go into [HL]Settings->Item Settings[/HL] and make sure that [HL]Item Basket[/HL] is checked
- Leave [HL]Settings[/HL] and tap a store to bring up a list of items.
- Tap the icons to the left of some items until you have items in the basket.
- Use the [HL]Menu->Checkout[/HL]
- 11-11-2011, 05:56 AM #5
- 11-11-2011, 11:00 AM #6
- 11-13-2011, 06:38 PM #7
- 2 Posts
Thanx for your prompt reply. Yeah, I bought the already-low-end IDEOS on offer to try out Android software to see if meets my needs for eventual Palm replacement.
I had also encountered AnCal that appears to show truncated screens. Based on what I could see, it seems promising. So I hope I can also test out rShopping to see if it meets my needs.
Thanx & Rgds,
- 01-02-2012, 07:39 PM #8
- 06-12-2012, 12:10 PM #9
Re: rShopping List
No. I haven't made an rShopping List "How To" manual (yet).
Recently, I added some popups that point out some features which may be less than obvious.
One thing that may help is in the settings area. If you pull up the "Item Action Bar" and "Store/Label Action Bar" settings screen, the buttons that are displayed in the upper right are described.
I am glad to help with any specific issue you may have.
Thanks for checking out my app.
- 01-26-2013, 02:25 PM #10
Re: rShopping List
RayDar, coming from HandyShopper and having tried other apps I did not like UNTIL I found yours! I am now happy after a shopping round yesterday morning. Thanks!
Just one question about battery usage: Yesterday evening I was down to 15% (normally I am at 55% by that time. Checking battery usage rShopping was at the top of the list with almost 2 hours of CPU time!!! Do we have to kill it when shopping is over? I have an unlocked Galaxy Note II running 4.1.2.
- 01-26-2013, 06:24 PM #11
Styv, I am very glad that rShopping List (Google Play Link) worked better for you than the others you tried.
You do not have to kill rShopping List. It has no background processes and if you are not interacting with it, it is idle. It was originally written for the first commercial Android phone (the G1), which had very little memory and an inadequate battery. Every care has been taken to ensure that rShopping List uses as few resources as possible.
I know that when I get a shiny new app, I play with it intensively for a while. Perhaps you were having so much fun setting up your lists and configuring rShopping List just the way you like it (not to mention your shopping round) that rShopping List became your number one consumer of power.
I suspect now that you have it all setup, you will see the battery usage drop off substantially. If that doesn't happen, please let me know. You can reach me quickly through the private community for rShopping List users on Google Plus. I use it almost everyday for shopping and it is usually near the bottom of my battery statistics.
In the meantime, I hope rShopping List makes your shopping more organized, faster, and just plain better.
Thanks for your support.