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Today sees the launch of Google Shopper 3.0 on Google Play, bringing several major changes to Google's mobile shopping application. First up is a re-vamped, more image-centric design with a slide-out menu similar to many other Google apps. The main menu now shows a grid of available categories, and when searching, it's possible to view larger images of all products in a similar layout.

Shopper 3.0 also introduces GoodGuide product ratings, which Google says should allow shoppers to make more informed buying decisions. A new push notification area allows users to keep up to date with new Shopper features when they land.

Existing Google Shopper users should head to the Google Play Store to grab today's update. If you've not got the app installed yet, you can jump right to the most recent version using the Google Play link above. Google Shopper is a free download for devices running Android 2.1 and above.

 
There are 12 comments

geoff5093 says:

The Google Play link says not found.

cherbs019 says:

Same here.

PackRat2000 says:

Google Shopper seems to be MIA. The link doesn't work and when I went to the Play store and searched, I didn't get any result.

Alex Dobie says:

Update might not be live in all countries yet. It's working just fine here.

Link works fine for me.

n0m0n says:

Yeah me to search play store on my Razr Maxx HD, as well as on my Nexus 7 and its not there.
Is there a secret to downloading this?

Thanks

n0m0n says:

Yeah me to search play store on my Razr Maxx HD, as well as on my Nexus 7 and its not there.
Is there a secret to downloading this?

Thanks

AzD says:

Link doesn't work for me either, FYI. Also can't find this app in the Play store.

wbknudsen says:

A search for "Shopper" worked for me.

TheMan876 says:

Link doesn't work for me. And nothing shows up searching for Shopper on phone or web site. In the USA.

Braun00 says:

link doesn't work for me either but I was able to search it on Market and was able to update the Shopper

kb2755 says:

3.0.1 update this afternoon anyone?