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Rating: 3.9 (1,361) Cost: Free Downloads: 100,000 - 500,000
From food to fun, Google Offers connects you with great deals every day in your city.
We have hundreds of offers you can purchase in advance and thousands of free offers that you can use instantly or save for later. Either way, when you are ready to use your offer, simply open your Google Offers app at the business and show your offer!
Google Offers has partnered with dozens of deal sites and thousands of local businesses to bring you great offers across many categories. Our app notification will alert you of great featured offers so you don’t miss a great chance to save money. Enjoy the convenience of browsing, buying and redeeming offers near you on-the-go. Easily redeem your offers without having to print your vouchers.
Cities available (US only): Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Charlotte, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, NYC, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Oakland / East Bay, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Orlando, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, St. Paul, St. Louis, Tampa and Washington D.C.
yodamuppet - 2011-11-03
I'm having a hard time understanding why this wasn't just integrated into Google Shopper, since some of the functionality is duplicated. I also don't understand why this app was even launched when there's extremely limited support for cities across the U.S. There's only one offer available where I live in Salt Lake City (we hosted the Olympics! LOL), and it's only there because the offer is for a national chain store. Right now, the only thing going for Google Offers is the decent UI.
Riq - 2011-11-04
Great app, those complaining it doesn't have all the cities, this is made for the poeple that have google offers in their city.They will add more soon
Steve - 2011-11-04
I live in NY so there are offers available to me but why should I use this when google shopper already has offers? Oops, I mean deals
Purplenv - 2011-11-03
Great UI. lol at the people complaining about only one offer. Offers are released daily, and today is the first day... As far as supported regions, to get companies interested, they need to have the app available to the public first. I'm sure the areas and offers will improve quickly.
Brandon - 2011-11-03
Only 2 in seattle? Also tricks you into subscribing via email on first run (can opt out in settings). Google shopper has same offers.
Ron Overdrive - 2011-11-03
No support in any cities in my home state. Closest are Phillie and NYC, both are like 1 hour drives during low traffic and neither I have any reason to visit to be able to use this app. Seems pretty useless unless you're in one of the select few major cities it actually supports.
strangebum - 2011-11-03
As with most of Google's latest offerings, the Offers app follows a fairly strict design philosophy and it works just as well here as it has everywhere else. The app is easy enough to navigate and though in my Hometown there are not a whole lot of offers, it's only a matter of time.
Wayne - 2011-11-03
Nice looking. Would be great if it worked better on tablets though. The menu button doesn't even work. Would think more of an official Google app.
Ivan - 2011-11-03
Why a separate app when Google Shopper already does everything (and more) this app does?
Dan - 2011-11-10
Why do I have to download the app to find out that it's worthless within 300 miles of me?
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