Google’s latest step in world domination comes in the form of Google Shopper for Android devices, allowing you to shop smarter. The application relies on your Android’ smartphone’s camera to scan majority of barcodes out there, alongside its ability to scan cover art of CDs, DVDs, video games and books. Once done with the scanning, Google Shopper will offer product-related information including the place to make your purchase as well as a price, if possible. Alternatively, you can always speak the product’s name although non-native English speakers might find this option to be a tad troublesome. Google Shopper is available via the Android Market, and plays nice with all Android OS versions.
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