Google Shopper 2.0 Update Introduces Google Offers Integration To iPhone App

Google Shopper 2.0 Update Introduces Google Offers Integration To iPhone App

Hot on the heels of its Google+ update this morning, Google has issued another update to one of its iOS apps, this time in the form of a much-improved Google Shopper. Version 2.0 introduces Google Offers integration to the app, allowing shoppers to subscribe to and take advantage of the latest deals in their city.

The service is only available to selected cities in the U.S. for the time being, but those with access can now browse the latest Google Offers promotions right on their iPhone. What’s more, once they can also purchase offers directly from within the app, which means there’s no longer a need for a web browser to grab the latest bargain.

Discounts typically offer between 20% and 50% off, according to The Next Web, and usually last 2-3 days. So that you don’t miss the perfect bargain, you can subscribe to offers in your city and the Google Shopper app will keep you updated as new deals are added.

As usual, the Google Shopper app is completely free and available to download now from the App Store.

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