Grocery app notifies forgotten items and suggests cheapest stores

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Online retailers increasingly direct products to a user’s landing page, highlighting products that may be of interest to them based on purchasing history. But how can this approach be applied to real world shopping? US-based online grocery store uses customer purchase histories to predict when items will run out. Using similar data, PriceSwarm is an app offering tailored shopping lists to customers who upload their receipts. The app analyzes users' habits to offer real-time feedback on their budget, and let them build up a repertoire of frequently bought items. It will also suggest cheaper comparable products, as well as deals…

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