Software firm, Intelligent Maintenance, has launched an iPhone app for Phone/iPad/iPod, which it claims will help shoppers organise everything in their kitchen cupboards, so they never run short of ingredients.
What’s in my Larder? is claimed to put a shopper’s larder in their pocket. It can be used to record everything they’ve stored or just left on the shelf, along with its use-by date.
The app enables shoppers to know where they put an item, what it looks like and assign it to a list. It lets them see what needs using up or keeping for later. It can also be used to organise cooking equipment, pots and pans.
What’s in my Larder? is said to be easy to use. Users enter an item and then choose to add from the following list a:
According to Intelligent Maintenance, the beauty of What’s in my Larder? is it enables users to select the categories, locations and lists already in the App or create their own. Once they’ve added things they can browse by any combination of location, category and list.
What’s in my Larder? can be downloaded from Apple iTunes from the Lifestyle and Productivity category and is priced at £1.49.