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While the idea for Fridge Police is amazing, the reality is that it would be faster to just manually write your food inventory down on paper.

What's New

Updated application name

App Description

Tracking your foods “opened date”, expiration date and shelf life has never been easier -- or more fun!

How many times have you stood in front of an open refrigerator and wondered, “When did I open that applesauce — or mayo or cream cheese or spaghetti sauce for that matter!?” Fridge Police reminds users exactly when they opened a food product, recording it automatically in the apps’ calendar. The user simply scans an item’s barcode, and then Fridge Police’s vast database for the “fridge life” of thousands of food items removes any guesswork, sending the user alerts as the food’s suggested expiration date approaches.
Highlights of Fridge Police features include:
• Automatic barcode scan
• Manual UPC number input
• Automatic “use-by” date created
• Calendar with auto-alarms
• Built-in photo feature
No more science experiments growing in your fridge!

"It’s something so simple, yet why we didn’t have it before is a mystery. Like Apple’s trademark saying, 'There’s an app for that." AppAdvice.com

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App Changes

August 08, 2012 Price Decrease: $2.99 -> FREE!
April 18, 2011 New version 1.1
October 08, 2010 Initial Release

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