Google to Shut Down the Google Buying App for iOS and Android


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Should you preferred procuring with the Google Buying app on iOS or Android, you higher swap over to the online model. Google is reportedly shutting down its Buying app in a number of weeks.

Hints that the axe was coming had been noticed by XDA Builders on Thursday through the code within the newest model of Google’s Buying app, which permits customers to buy throughout hundreds of shops and purchase stuff utilizing their Google accounts. The information was later confirmed by 9to5Google, which acknowledged that the apps are going darkish however will proceed to work till June. Nonetheless, this doesn’t imply that Google Buying goes away. The net model and the Buying tab in Google Search will nonetheless be kicking.

“Inside the subsequent few weeks, we’ll not be supporting the Buying app,” a Google spokesperson instructed 9to5Google. “All the performance the app supplied customers is obtainable on the Buying tab. We’ll proceed constructing options throughout the Buying tab and different Google surfaces, together with the Google app, that make it simple for folks to find and store for the merchandise they love.”

The outlet reported that some customers who upgraded to model 59 of the Google Buying app had been getting a message informing them that the app was unavailable in current days.

“The app is unavailable proper now, however you possibly can proceed procuring on,” the message reads.

On condition that the online model is sort of similar to the app, there’s not that a lot to mourn right here, which is fairly stunning contemplating that it’s Google. I nonetheless let loose sighs of disappointment over Google Hangouts’ demise, and stay confused over which Google product is the appropriate different. (There’s a information, although).

Bummed by the Google Buying app information? Worry not. It’ll certainly be remembered over at Killed by Google, which to date has a log of 227 apps, companies, and {hardware} the large tech big has determined to drag the plug on.


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