These are the apps created by Qroft aka Cyberholic aka Carlos Pinto aka ME me me and the other me. These apps have nothing in common with Qroft's main QR code project, but were created due to IMHO the lack of available solutions on the market. Contact me (carlos AT qroft.com) for app development pricings or project development.

Lucinda's Pricebook A beautiful price tracker for your shoppings.

Please be aware that this is NOT an ONLINE price comparison app!
AND this is NOT a shopping list app!

Do you know the price for 1Kg of Bananas? Is the KG price for potatoes at 2.99 cheap? If you don't know these answers, then this app is for you!

Like most mothers on this planet, Lucinda Pinto knows the current prices for fruits, veggies and other grocery-like products. Her son Carlos, doesn't. That's why he made this app, so that he can create a price history of fruits, veggies or other pantry products that he regularly buys.

WITH THIS APP YOU CAN
Enter and track the price of a product you buy and compare it to the times you bought it before at the same or other stores/markets.

This app contains NO advertisements or hidden subscription plans!

GENERAL FEATURES
Add unlimited shopping session to your shopping history.
Add unlimited products and filter them for quick price comparison
Add unlimited shopping locations with data for quick contact

FILE / BACKUP FEATURES
Export shopping locations, products and shopping history (as CSV file)
Import shopping locations, products and shopping history (as CSV file)

REPORTS (coming soon...)

SETTINGS FEATURES
Set up one out of 90+ currencies
Switch language between English, Deutsch, Português and Español
Lucinda's Pricebook
App name
Financial
Category
18. March 2019
Published
1.99 EURO
Price
Play Store

VERSIONING

v1.1.0 14. April 2019

# Corrected wrong portuguese translation of "export database" /// # Corrected the decimal numeral on the "last 10 shopping for this product" list at product details view /// # Exchanged the ChartJS plugin with the ECharts plugin by Baidu /// # Fixed the FAB button on the shopping history overview to the bottom right corner, as it scrolled with the content /// # Fixed the store select button in the "Add a shopping" section. It did not work when there was only on shop present. /// # Fixed the product select button in the "Add a shopping" section. It did not work when there was only on product present. /// # Changed at "Add a shopping" that the list closes at select of a product /// # Changed at "Add a shopping" that the list closes at select of a store /// + In reports: added "Expenses per year" as report with one bar chart, one line chart and a table year overview /// + In reports: added "Expenses per month" with one bar chart for current year, one bar chart for all years and a table listing January to December with the sum of all expenses /// + In reports: added "Amount or products bought per year" showing the total number of items bought in the current year and the total amount of items bought through all years. Below these is a bar chart and a radar chart for all years /// + In reports: added "Expenses by store" with a horizontal bar chart and a simple table list below ///

v1.0.0 18. March 2019

+ add unlimited products /// + add notes to each product //// + add unlimited stores /// + add shopping entries with date, time, product and store details /// + add notes to each shopping entry /// + filter products /// + filter stores /// + export shopping history, products or stores into individual CSV files // + import history or products or stores into the app /// + check if import file exist /// + screensaver as soon as the smartphone goes into landscape mode /// + 4 available languages (Deutsch, Espanol, English, Portugues) /// + 73 available currencies

FAQ

General questions

What is the screensaver and how do i activate it?

The app is designed to be used in portrait mode. As soon as you turn your smartphone by 90°, you get a full screen clock with Lucinda's Pricebook logo. Everything in white on a black background.

What are features wished by other users that might make it into the app in one of the future versions?

Falcon|Noughat via Reddit:

  • Separation between a "price database" and a list of what you actually spent
  • Tags in items
  • Search only for tags
  • Predict how many you buy of an item in a week/mouth/year
  • Predict if there's an offer or price reduction coming soon
JimMD00 via Reddit:
  • What am I spending most on
  • Target areas to reduce budget expenditures
  • Trending prices (what's rising fastest/most)
  • Debt vs. cost of living
Nuttierthanafruitcak via Reddit:
  • Track multiple stores
  • Compare offers between stores, Ex. Item is cheaper during first part of the month at store A, but the rest of the month buy at store B.
  • Cost per package
  • Cost per ounce or per item (multiple per package)
  • Checklist so I can use it as shopping app

Will there be more languages available?

Yes, these will be more languages as soon as the major bugs are eliminated. Users can suggest new languages and i will add them to the listing below. The next langauges are (in planned order): Italian, French, Dutch, Swedish, Polska...

Import Export

Can the data be exported and if yes, in what type of format?

Yes, the data can be exported into a CSV file that will be saved into your smartphone's external storage root directory.

How do i am import data?

The app looks for three files inside the root of your smartphone's external storage. These three files are called l_pricebook-history.csv (for the shopping entries), l_pricebook-products.csv (for the products) and l_pricebook-stores.csv (for the shopping locations). Once the app finds these files in the correct directory and you hit the import button, all current data will be erased and the content of the files imported.

How does the CSV files structure that i want to import have to look like?

l_pricebook-history.csv
For the shopping entries
DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS
Date / Timestamp
Quantity
Number
Unit
Text
Brand
Text
Product name
Text
Price
Decimal (10,2)
Storename
Text
Street
Text
Postal Code
Text
Location
Text
Product ID
Number
Shop ID
Number
l_pricebook-products.csv
For the products
ID
Number (is used as product ID)
Quantity
Number
Unit
Text
Brand
Text
Product name
Text
Notes
Text
l_pricebook-stores.csv
For the shopping locations
ID
Number (is used as store ID)
Store name
Text
Street
Text
Postal code
Text
City
Text
Phone number
number
E-Mail
Text
Website URL
Text
Facebook
Text

Can i create the data within a spreadsheet program and then import it into the app?

We tried this out with Excel and Google sheets and it worked like a charm! So: yes! You can prepare your data within a spreadsheet tool and then export it as CSV to import it into the app. Please check the export options to make sure that the data is comma seperated and that you follow the above set up for each file.

Contact

Where can i get further support about Lucinda's Pricebook?

The best is to check the Android board on Reddit or via the comments left on videos uploaded to YouTube.

Can i send you a feature request?

The best way is to publish your ideas or wishes on Reddit. This way other users can read what other users would like to have within the pricebook app.