Personal Shopping Assistant extension coming to Microsoft Edge
The shopping season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with shopping assistant that can save hours of searching, comparing, and deciding which products to buy?
Microsoft Garage presented a new extension for Microsoft Edge called Personal Shopping Assistant. It’s already available on Chrome and Opera and is coming to Microsoft’s browser soon.
Personal Shopping Assistant was presented this June when Microsoft Garage demonstrated the extension’s concept and how it would work. With Personal Shopping Assistant, users will be able to save browsed products for better management, compare prices between different sellers, and share favorites with friends.
Although the extension is not yet released for Microsoft Edge, it’s already available in the Store but unavailable for download. Also, Walking Cat confirmed on Twitter that the extension is coming to Windows 10’s browser, but didn’t provide any additional detailse
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) September 6, 2016
If you’re interested in this app, you can check out how it works on Chrome from the video below:
What do you think about the Personal Shopping Assistant extension for Microsoft Edge? Will you download it once it is released?
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