Woolworths Releases Android App For Supermarket Shoppers

Ever since Woolworths released its full iPhone app, Lifehacker readers have been crying out for an Android equivalent. The app appeared in the Android market over the weekend, offering the same broad set of features to make shopping easier (list construction, product scanning and access to special offers).

Back in early August, Woolworths promised that an Android app would be coming “in the next couple of months”, so that’s a speedy turnaround; the lack of one certainly stood out given that the chain is already selling Android phones. If you give it a try (or find a model it doesn’t install on), tell us in the comments. Thanks Sam for the spot!

Woolworths [Android Market]

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