This website sells access to their grocery list and coupon tracking software. This software is called Aisle-By-Aisle and is accessed through a browser over the internet. Access is granted for $4 a month, $7 a year, or $24 total for unlimited access.
You start by building the store you normally shop at. Their database contains lots of different chains (Walmart, Safeway, Kroger, etc.) and within those chains they have many stores already defined by address. If your store doesn't exist, copy one and modify it to match your store. You can drag and drop, rename, move, and create new grocery aisles. In the final step of store preparation, you map food categories to grocery store aisles (Dairy - Back Aisle, Product - Aisle 1, etc...).
Next, you can start building a grocery list. Select type of list (Short, Weekly, or create your own type). Select Products from the drop down and choose, create, or modify the Variety of the Product (Butter - Salted Generic Brand). You can enter the price (per store) and quantity of items you need to purchase.
Other features that I did not test were Coupon tracking and Store Sale information. Ideally, when everything is setup, you simply select the items to add to your list and print them out. You should get a printout of what to pick up at the store, aisle-by-aisle. The printout would also total the cost of your groceries (per-store) and show you how much you saved with coupons.
I spent a lot of time setting up my store. My store doesn't exist in the database, so I copied one. I went to my local grocery store with pencil and paper and diagrammed it. The process was time consuming because the drag-and-drop feature over the web did not work well at all. Once the store was setup, I found that the mapping of products to aisles had changed from the time I saved it to when I returned to the screen (many aisles repeated themselves many times).
Finally, it was time for my list. I found it easy enough to build the list and create my own Varieties. However, when I printed out my list, the changes I made to the Varieties did not show up. Furthermore, the printouts did not group ALL the items by Aisle. I mean, first Aisle 1 would print, then Aisle 2, then back to Aisle 1 for more items, then on to Aisle 3.
CONCLUSION: I found the software intuitive, but the problems with it out-weighed the benefits. I had no tech support info, user forums to go to, software update information, or anything that would give me promise. I did request and receive a prompt refund for my money though.
I did find a promo code that will allow anyone who wishes to try the software FREE of charge for a month. They don't require any financial information or personal information to try it either.
I encourage anyone interested to try it out for free by going to aislebyaisle.com and in the promo code box enter: SaveSteps1