Google Shopper Updated to 2.2, +1 Your Favorite Products and More…


Google Shopper has been my shopping buddy for quite some time and is one of the most used apps on my phone. Yesterday Google released an update bringing it to 2.2 and adding a few new features worth noting. With this update you will now be able to:

  • +1 your favorite products
  • Save products to your shopping list and continue researching on Google Product Search
  • Discover nearby offers for spas and salons in the new “pamper” category
  • Receive notifications for Google Offers

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m definitely going to be using the “pamper” category! Bug fixes and new features are enough for me to +1 this product! Keep saving me money and making my life easier and I’ll be your best friend forever!

Hit the link below to grab the Google Shopper from the Android Market.

Android Market Link: Google Shopper

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