现在什么都贵，贵，贵，手中有利器就不用奔跑在各个超市比价了。 话说现在的人怎么这么聪明呢。不要浪费了聪明人的智慧。 (专业墨尔本NAAI中国驾照翻译/墨尔本NAATI台湾驾照翻译)
1. Trolley saver
The newest addition to grocery shopping apps takes the weekly specials from each chain of supermarket and combines them into one list to consumers can directly compare products and prices.
While the apps currently only compares prices between supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths and newcomer Aldi, there are plans to expand the app to include smaller supermarket chain and possibly even alcohol retailers.
Statics show the average Aussie shoppers spends $138 per week on groceries, but using the Trolley Saver app, users can expect to pay up to 30 per cent less for the same products.
Lassoo essentially replaces the catalogues which usually come in your mailbox, but with the added convenience of having them all in one place.
With the largest range of supermarkets of all the apps – Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, Foodworks and IGA – users can easily find and compare specials across several stores.
3. Aisle One
Aussie Farmers Direct has been selling produce online for years but late last year launched what it claims is a world-first iPad App to whiz customers through virtual supermarket shelves.
The app is very different from the current online offerings from other apps as these products come straight from the farm, and intends to change the way Aussies shop for the fresh produce.