Frustrating! Too limited to test fully!
Arrgh! I want to love this, and would pay quite a bit for something like this- if it worked! I am sensitive to gluten and possibly milk, while my son is allergic to both, plus a host of other ingredients. I spend a colossal amount of time checking those darn labels and believe me, if i could scan something and quickly see that it had an allergen, i could move on to the next aisle a lot quicker! So don't think I came in to this not willing to try this... I did, and it fails in its' current state!
I can't imagine buying the full version if the light version won't even let me try out all of its' features! I wasn't permitted to use the history feature, or enter items manually, when the scanner didn't recognize a code- which was often. The scanner didn't recognize many of the products I scanned in my kitchen and none in my bathroom (if I'm washing my body or hair with something with wheat of milk in it, I should be able to find that out, don't you think?)
Anyway, make the lite version more functional, and have a much larger database of items! Or drop the full version price so more people would be willing to take a gamble on it. $10 is a bit steep to just hope it will work when money is already tight and then on top of that all the new medical and food expenses that come with multiple food allergies. Just my two cents, but I think you'd likely gain way more consumers with those changes in mind.