First install and inventory went fairly smoothly, even though I'm on the iOS9 public beta, and the app does just what I'm looking for - it lists what's in the freezer by expiration date.
Voice input had problems (non-responsive after first use), but everything else was fine.
I wish the food / food groups list was linked over to item entry - that would save a lot of time entering data. An optical scanner for barcodes on purchased items would be a real winner too, as would a little info for what the author thinks distinguishes the "food" label from the item title.
Nevertheless, it does the basics without a lot of nagging for peripheral info I'll never use.
Update - having now used it for six months, it does what it needs to, but could be so much better.
1. The Storage Times / Food Groups section is tedious to use, and it’s far too hard to find what you want.
2. Typically I’ll package leftovers into several containers, one container having enough for one future meal. If I could tell the program I’m doing that and have it generate an identical entry for each of them automatically it would save a lot of time.
3. There’s no way to back up the program’s database - to Dropbox, for example - and therefore no way to move the program and its data to another device. In my case, I’d like to move from my iPad over to my phone, but I’m stuck
4. The developer web site and Facebook page are all in (Spanish? Portuguese?). That’s completely reasonable, but it does present a problem for those of us who only speak English. Yes, I tried Google Translate, and no, in this case that didn’t help
Net: if a straightforward program to maintain a list of what’s in your freezer is what you want, this works fine