Coupons Inc. has acquired Grocery IQ, an iPhone application that allows users to organize personal shopping lists by store, aisle, buying history and favorites, for an undisclosed sum, according to MediaPost.
The app comes preloaded with data for more than 130,000 items commonly found in grocery stores, the report said. A new version will match up user shopping lists with Coupons.
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