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There are apps - I use Grocery Gadget which has a web interface, as well as iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, and other apps. I'm not thrilled with the web interface, but the iOS implementation is really nice. Any of the generic list management web applications could work as a shopping list - RememberTheMilk, TeauxDeaux, Wunderlist, and so on. They ...
I was in a similar situation and settled on using Remember The Milk here's how I have it set up. For me the only list that is synced is my groceries list because that is the one that is most often modified between myself and my wife. It theoretically could be used for more lists but may require a bit more setup. In my case my wife has a smartphone without ...
This seems to be a fairly simple one: have each of the workers create a new email alias that is unrelated to any other email account and which they only use for your project, and then use whichever of the many online collaboration tools you like. Bear in mind, the classic... All you really have to do, is tell your team that you want them to be ...
FWIW, I use Ziplist for grocery shopping. It has Android, iOS and web interfaces and you can clip recipes from the web and generate shopping lists from them. You can also share lists with people in your family. I also liked GroceryIQ, which knows about coupons. I don't use coupons that much, so the latter is not so useful to me.
Kanban Tool is probably something you are looking for. It's a visual project management application that allows to share tasks and documents as well as to communicate with team members by adding comments (you can add them via email). The app has a free version.
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