[dropcap]G[/dropcap]oogle finally expanding its search experience for products to buy with the launch of Style Search in Google Lens. As now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google just launched its all-new shopping website.
Meet The Google’s New Shopping Website
The tech giant Google’s well-known Shopping tab is renewed in order to simply facilitate the search for products for purchase, and the most interesting thing about this new tab is that initially, it is arriving in India.
Hence, its application, of course, I am talking about none other than the Google app will now have an enhanced homepage that will simply make it much easier for users to search for products in multiple categories, with extraordinary features and abilities to filter offers and review prices of multiple sites and sellers simply to find the right product at the best price.
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Not only that even this same experience and features are now also reaching to all the users, who are currently using more basic smartphones simply through a Progressive Web Application (PWA), in addition to bringing a new shopping tab in Google Search.
Basically, now the tech giant Google finally expanding its search experience for products to buy with the launch of Style Search in Google Lens, to facilitate the search for products under what they call a completely new visual approach and experience.
As this is basically intended to encourage online purchases in India, simply by connecting millions of users in India with the varied and massive collection of products offered by the several sellers and websites.
The company, of course, the tech giant Google says that currently less than one in three online users in India buy things online, so this change will simply try to turn the situation around, making it easier for e-commerce websites and their sellers to showcase their products to millions of users.
However, currently, we do not know whether it will bring the new shopping experience to other markets or not, but, it is likely to be over time, as given the existing competition in this sector, where the tech giant Google does not want to be left behind. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.