Google Shopping now lets you browse products in a Maps-like interface


Google is rolling out a new way to browse and shop for products based on location — sort of like a fusion between Maps and the Shopping tab. The new location-based shopping option practically integrates Maps straight into the Shopping tab. It works similarly to the way you can locate stores by typing, for instance, “McDonalds nearby.” The only difference is now you’ll see tagged locations for products, not just stores. To use the new feature, simply search for the product you’d like, navigate to the Shopping tab, and click the “nearby” filter underneath. Alternatively, you can just add the…

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