Hacker News article Hacker news title Google has updated its Chrome browser with a new “Grocery Shopping” feature that lets you check your account online without having to visit a website like Walmart.
The feature is available in the Chrome browser for Windows and MacOS and Google’s Android browser for Android devices.
Google’s new “grocers” feature allows you to use the Chrome Web browser to check an account’s balance, balance transfers, credit card purchases, and more.
In addition to checking your account balance, the feature also allows you view credit card transactions, create a new shopping cart, and create a shopping basket.
The Chrome browser also has a “gravatar” feature to make it easy to see your shopping basket and shopping history, as well as a new option for the Chrome extension “Gift cards” that allows you save your gift cards to your Google Wallet account.
This new feature is only available on Chrome for Android.
This is not the first time Google has added a grocery shopping feature to Chrome browser.
Earlier this year, the company also added the ability to check balance transfers and make a payment to a bank account without using a bank website.
If you want to check online using your bank’s web interface, you can visit your bank website and select “Goblin” to start checking.
Google also said that you can make a grocery checkout using a mobile phone.
If that’s not your thing, you should probably just stick to Google’s Chrome browser and not worry about these features.
Google does not support online shopping or checking your bank balance with a third-party website.
Google said in a blog post on Thursday that it was working on ways to make online shopping more secure and convenient, and that the Chrome web browser has been updated to support this new feature.