Nov 03 AT 9:08 AM Anthony Domanico 15 Comments

Google launches Android app for Google Offers

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Google has been hard at work getting their daily deal service, Google Offers, up and running over the previous couple months. For those of you who haven’t heard of daily deals sites (seriously, who hasn’t by now?), these sites offer local goods and services at a steep discount, usually at least 50% off. Google Offers is now available in 42 metro areas and is expanding at a very rapid pace.

Every good Google service needs an Android application, and Google Offers is the latest to join the lengthy list of Google Android apps. Google has released an Offers application on the market that allows you to browse, purchase and redeem deals right from your Android smartphone.

Google has been making a pretty significant push into overhauling its core applications to match the beautiful design of the upcoming Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS update, and Google Offers certainly benefits from this design push. Offers brings the same design aesthetics we’ve seen from the new Google+, Google Docs and Google Reader application updates. In short, Offers is pretty slick looking, and users of Google’s service will certainly be pleased in both the aesthetics and functionality of the new Offers application.

If you haven’t done so already, you may want to head over to the Android Market to download the Google Offers app. If you don’t live in one of the 42 already-live Google Offers markets, fret not; deals will likely be coming your way very soon.

Once you download the application, hop back here and give us your thoughts on the app by leaving a comment below.


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