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Grocy: Self-hosted Groceries Management v2.2.1 [Unlocked]
Requirements: 5.0+
Overview: ERP beyond your fridge, now on your phone — An awesome companion app for Grocy

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Grocy is a self-hosted groceries and household management solution for your home. Go to grocy.info for more information about the project.

Grocy for Android uses Grocy's official API to provide you a beautiful interface on your phone with powerful barcode scanning and intuitive batch processing, all what you need to efficiently manage your groceries.

This app requires a running self-hosted instance of the grocy server application. It is a companion app, therefore it cannot run standalone or manage products itself!
You can try and test all features using the demo option available on the login screen.

• Stock overview
• Shopping lists with offline support
• In-store shopping mode with big UI elements
• Fast barcode scanning
• App shortcuts
• OpenFoodFacts implementation
• Master data editing
• Dark mode

• Open-source: github.com/patzly/grocy-android
• No ads or analytics
• Material Components
• Small app size (~30MB)

If you run into a bug or miss a feature, feel free to give feedback in the app, send us an email or open an issue on GitHub.
Like the grocy project, Grocy Android can be translated, too. Please go to our GitHub page for more information.

Grocy Android requires at least grocy 3.1.3 on your server.
It is also possible to use the grocy Add-on on a Hass.io server. Our FAQ on GitHub explains how to do that.

This app supports https encryption if your server uses a certificate which is signed by a public and trusted certificate authority (CA). To meet this requirement, you can use a free certificate from letsencrypt.org for your server. Old Android devices can have problems with newer CAs because their internal list of trusted CAs can be outdated if they don't receive system updates anymore.
Grocy Android also supports encryption if your server uses a self-signed certificate. In this case the certificate must be stored in the Android user certificate store.

We'd like to thank the developer of Grocy, Bernd Bestel, without whose great work this app would never have been possible.

What's New: 
Happy Easter!
To celebrate the day, we gift you a small bugfix release:
• New: Stock entries page
• Improved: Display stock locations on product overview bottom sheet (#449)
• Improved: Splash screen (will be further improved for Android 12 with the upcoming redesign)
• Fixed: On transfer page no locations were selectable as target
• Fixed: Crash after creating product with purchase or inventory transaction

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