Description of App
Peapod’s free Apple application lets you shop for groceries or update your Peapod order wherever you are, at any time ---on the train, in the doctor's office, at the airport....
Start an order, modify an order, finish and place an order --- you can do it all on Peapod mobile!
Peapod’s app has our most convenient shopping features along with some features exclusively available to mobile users.
- Search – type in search words, enter a UPC, or even scan the barcode (iPhone 4 devices) to find exactly what you need.
- Weekly Specials – save money with the thousands of items on sale each week.
- My Lists and Previous Purchases – easily shop from the items you’ve bought before.
- My Specials – choose from a list of your past purchases on sale this week.
- Guess My Order - a speedy way to shop that adds the items you frequently buy with a single touch. It’s like magic.
Looking to find the healthiest choices? One touch lets you review the nutrition facts and ingredient list for the products in our store.
You can also choose or change a delivery.
NEW TO PEAPOD? Fill your cart with the groceries you want and check your delivery options. When it’s time to place your first order, visit our full site or call us to register and lock in the delivery time.
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2 people have recommended this app
For the past few months I have been purchasing groceries using version 1.1.4 of the Peapod app on my iPhone 5S running IOS 7.1.2. I have found that the App is easy to use and that it is almost completely VO accessible including the following functions:
- Login to your Peapod account.
- Search for items by keyword.
- Browse by aisle.
- View specials.
- View new items.
- View my previous orders.
- Easily navigate through any of the item lists using standard VO gestures.
- Read additional information about an item by tapping the item details button.
- - Add items to your shopping cart from any of the item lists.
- increase or decrease item quantity either by tapping properly labeled plus and minus buttons or by manually entering a specific number.
- View and select available delivery dates and times.
- Checkout & pay.
- Modify orders prior to deadline.
The only two accessibility issues I've encountered are:
1. I cannot activate the "Sort By" element that is available at the top of some item lists.
2. I am not able to get the built-in barcode scanner to recognize a barcode.
regarding the accessibility issues listed in the origianl app description and the first comment, those issues seem to have been fixed.
1. I have no problems adding multiple items to my cart from a list of search results.
2. I have no problems scrolling through lists and pages in this App.
3. The buttons to provide additional information about an item are now properly labeled as "Item Details." When activated, the content of these item detail pages seems fully VO accessible.
I just used this app for the first time recently and successfully. placed an order.And was very happy with the access. I figured out how to deal with the "sort by" option but it needs some fixing. Basically, tap and hold on the control. you then have a picker below, but each time you swipe up, you change to the next option but the picker closes. Which is tedious if the option you want is a ways down. However, once you get it to the option you want, there is a save button which I only figured out by trial and error, actually saves your sort-by option so that all future product lists will be sorted that way. I set it to "unit price" and except for products which are sold by item instead of by weight, you get the cheapest products on top. Unfortunately the sort-by feature setting is not applied when you do a search.
There are some scrolling problems. It's really category by category. In some product listings, one can scroll down a whole page, and in others you have to swipe down from the top and not skip anything to get to the bottom.Actually, the top and bottom gestures work, so one could also swipe backwards from the bottom, but not to get to the middle. The same is true for the product descriptions. The ingredients and sometimes really useful product information, such as cooking instructions, are underneath all the nutrition information. For some products, one can use one gesture to move to the next screen, which means skipping directly to that product information, and for some, the only way to get to that information is to swipe a ridiculous amount of times to get past the nutrition information.