Welcome to SmartAss - the smart shopping assistant for Android
SmartAss is a free Android shopping list application that features a lot of cool stuff like advanced speech recognition, device synchronization and multiple shopping lists. These lists can be grocery lists, todo lists or recipies. SmartAss is very easy to use. Working with it is very quick and intuitive. It is designed for every day's use.
You can add items to one of your lists just by just talking to your phone. Within moments the new item is beeing synchronized with all other devices that you share your lists with.
SmartAss addresses the fact that most of the items you buy are the same each week. Therefore SmartAss features an Itempool: It stores all items you enter. Once entered your items always have their default properties ready to use.
The goal in the ongoing development of SmartAss is to increasingly add more functionality while keeping a very simple and intuitive user interface.
Thank you for using SmartAss!! Have a lot of fun with it!
|Version 0.5.6 released|
|Friday, 09 December 2011 08:37|
A new SmartAss version 0.5.6 is ready to be installed on your devices.
This release features adding multiple items via speech recognition in a single step: When using the speech recognizer, just say stuff like "butter AND milk AND honey" and SmartAss will interpret "AND" as an item delimiter. This will add the items "butter", "milk" and "honey" to your target list in a single step.
Speech recognition can now be configured via SmartAss menu option "Settings". The new advanced speech recognition feature can be disabled if you don't like it. It is enabled by default. You can also customize your item delimiter. Furthermore you can select the language the speech recognizer will try to understand. This is helpful, if your device runs a particular language but you want SmartAss to understand a different language.
Last but not least SmartAss now gets rid of some annoying lags of the user interface when using the synchronization feature. Now it should run safe and sound again ...