AnyList was released in May 2012 as an optimized for iPhone and iPod touch only. But now, a year later, the app has been optimized for iPad as well.
If you’ve been using AnyList on your iPhone or iPod touch, you don’t need to worry about having to start from scratch with the app’s new iPad version.
That’s because AnyList for iPad can sync over whatever is in your AnyList app for iPhone and iPod touch.
Just sign in to your AnyList account on your iPad to sync all of your existing grocery lists and recipes.
Of course, syncing now also works both ways. This means that whatever changes you make on your iPad also gets reflected on your iPhone or iPod touch, and vice versa.
As noted in its citation in the aforementioned AppGuide, AnyList features integration with Siri and association with a specific list in the iOS Reminders app.
AnyList also features custom categories, recipe collections, and list sharing.