Online shopping is about to get more complicated.
It’s now possible to shop online with your credit card and even buy online, thanks to the new “superstore” feature, which Google announced today.
That means shoppers can now shop for products, like groceries and household items, from more than 40,000 grocery stores in the U.S. and Canada.
The feature was first unveiled as part of the Google Home video series “What’s on Your TV?”
The new feature will make it easier for people to browse and shop online, with a single tap.
For example, people can browse the store’s full product catalog and then make a shopping decision.
They can also buy directly from the store, or from their Google account.
For example, when someone is in the grocery store and decides they want to order some fresh veggies, they can just tap the “Buy Now” button on the store menu, and then buy.
Or if they want some more fresh produce, they might choose “Buy NOW” to go ahead and buy.
This is one of the big selling points of the new feature: It allows consumers to choose how much money they want saved for groceries by saving on shipping.
The option to save a certain amount will also appear next to the item on the cart, with the option to buy the same amount.
This new feature is only available for shoppers with a credit card, but it will be available to all shoppers who are enrolled in Google Wallet, which is a service that allows people to shop for goods and services on their phones.
Google Wallet lets users shop on more than 20 million U.K. stores and has more than 1 billion active users.
If you sign up with a Google Wallet account, you’ll be able to shop at participating grocery stores from now until the end of the year.