In my case, what bugs me every week when I buy groceries is ==> "Why can't they produce an app that tells me which aisle the thing I'm looking for is located in the supermarket???" Yes, most of what I buy each week is the same as what I bought last week, so I eventually learn where most things are located.
- But why should I have to go up a learning curve when I forget?
- Why should I go up a steeper learning curve, from time to time, when I decide to check out what another supermarket in my neighborhood is selling (and at what prices)???
- Why should I be befuddled when my regular supermarket decides to move some items to a "better" location (for them)???
- And why should I be dumfounded when someone in my family asks me to buy something they never requested before???
I live in the Washington, DC area and, to my knowledge, none of the supermarkets in this area offers food maps for their customers' smartphones. Indeed, I have never heard of such apps for any supermarket in the entire USA. Am I wrong? Have some supermarkets in DC or anywhere else recognized that many of their 21st century customers value their time and would appreciate the conveniences of hip-side maps that could help them find what they want with a few keystrokes?