Today, Skript LLC announced that their latest product, the ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ application is now available exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch. ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ is a very simple and effective grocery list with cloud synchronization, which is the core feature of the application.
Users of ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ application can share their account with friends or family in order to manage their grocery lists together. Shopping lists are then automatically synchronized across all devices. Users receive a notification on their iPhone/iPod, as soon as shared lists are modified on any of the synchronized devices or on the Buymeapie.com site. Therefore, all users have up-to-date lists on their devices.
Sergey Bulaev, the Project Manager of Skript LLC had this to say, “While developing this application our priority was to make it very easy for our customers to use. As a result, anyone can learn how to use it, just out of the box.” He adds, “This app has many important features such as the self-learning built-in grocery terms dictionary, the auto-complete feature, the possibility to manage several lists, the ability to share your lists by SMS or e-mail and the option to duplicate lists.”
The first version of the ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ application was successfully tested on the Russian market. It was ranked #2 in the Russian App Store for a week. Currently, the ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ application is featured in the Top 25 Paid Apps list.
‘Buy Me a Pie!’ is now available for $1.99 in the USA and priced accordingly in other regions. It is available worldwide from the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPod touch by visiting
Please visit http://skript.sh/buymeapie/ for more information, including video and screenshots and http://skript.sh/ for more company information.
About Skript LLC:
Skript LLC is a young Information Technology company located in Ulyanovsk, which has recently started iOS development. Although a new entrant to the market, it has released several popular apps. Four out of six applications have hit the Russian App Store Top 10 Paid Apps Chart.
For more information about ‘Buy Me a Pie!’ or Skript LLC contact:
Oleg Nederev, CEO, Skript LLC
Press kit: http://skript.sh/press_kit.html