Android app includes voice-control feature to help you manage your grocery list better.

The Android app Bought claims to make shopping “fast and simple” with its voice-controlled feature. Instead of trying to multitask with a pen and a notepad, or fumbling with a smartphone, users simply tell the app what to add on the list and what to take off. The app responds to simple commands such as, “Add milk” or “Bought cheese.”

Bought is simple to use and can support several shopping lists. You can also share your lists with friends and family via SMS, e-mail or on Facebook. In addition, users can also use the keyboard function to type if they're uncomfortable talking to the phone.

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