Since Amazon paid an eye-watering $13.7 billion for Whole Foods Market last summer, we knew we'd eventually see some integration of the luxury grocery chain's products into existing Prime services. It's taken a while to work out the details, but Amazon has just announced that Prime Now customers in select locations can now get Whole Foods items delivered within two hours. Read More
Blue Apron's meal kit delivery service has become a popular choice for busy Americans who love to cook but struggle to find the time to shop for ingredients. Its flexible plans let you choose what you want for the days you know you'll be able to spend time in the kitchen, and its range of recipe options is pretty exhaustive. iPhone users have been able to control their accounts with the iOS app since way back in 2015, but the Android app has been conspicuous by its absence, until now. Read More
There are many powerful to-do list apps out there that can be used to help you remember the milk, but given the sheer number of features they provide, relying on these apps for such a singular purpose could feel like overkill. Even the somewhat barebones Google Keep may come with more weight than someone needs for their weekly shopping runs. If you want an app that just strives to do one thing - in this case, be a shopping list - and do that thing well, then you may want to consider Buy Me a Pie!, the latest popular iOS app that has made its way over to Android. Read More
As if Amazon hasn't already helped make our mobile life easy enough, today it released AmazonFresh for Android into the Market. If you've never heard of AmazonFresh you're not alone, as I hadn't either. As it turns out, it's Amazon's take on grocery shopping, complete with fresh produce and home delivery.
The Android app looks to be a key companion to the website, offering many of the same features, including complete grocery listings, doorstep and attended home delivery, past purchase access, barcode search, order placement, and the ability to edit an order prior to delivery.
Of course, there is a catch: this service is only available in the Seattle metropolitan area at the current moment, with no work on when (or if) Amazon plans to expand the service. Read More