The Google Shopper application is receiving an update today which brings it up to version 3.0 and includes a host of changes. Most notably is the revamped user interface that resembles Google’s other apps. The main menu now contains categories you can browse from food to popular items at the moment. Another new feature is what Google calls ‘GoodGuide.’ This feature will allow buyers to make better buying decisions about the products they’re viewing, according to Google. If you already have the app installed, you can head to the Store to update. If not, you can grab the app from the link or code below.
Google Play Store Link
Shopper, Google’s barcode scanning, cover recognizing, voice searching application has gotten an update over the weekend. If you don’t know, Shopper can recognize book and other media just by “scanning” the cover art. It can also find items by scanning their barcode or you can search for them by just speaking. But enough about what it does, what did the update do?
- Fixed camera bugs
- Sorting for results
- Related products
- YouTube product videos
- Faster scanning
Looks like a pretty decent change log to me, nothing revolutionary, but it’s nice to see them moving the application forward and fixing the things that are wrong with it.
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It’s that time of year folks, it’s the time parents love and kids hate… Back to school! We at TalkAndroid have compiled a nice list of apps that will be useful to any college student and may even help out a few high school kids as well. So with that being said, class is in session!