Google this week has rolled out an update to its Google Express shopping app. The update brings the app to version 15.0 and includes a variety of changes and new features. Keep reading for a full breakdown of what’s new…

With this week’s update, Google Express now supports shared Shopping Lists. This means you can invite your friends and family members to add items to your shopping list, thus making it easier to make sure everyone gets what they need. You can add items to these shared lists from your phone, computer, and Google Home.

Furthermore, the update drops compatibility for Android versions older than Jelly Bean, which is approaching its five-year anniversary. Lastly, Google says the update features some spring cleaning bug fixes and interface tweaks to improve the overall experience:

  • Now you can invite your friends and family to add items to your Shopping Lists.
  • Add items to shared lists from your phone, computer, and even Google Home.
  • The app no longer runs Android versions older than Jelly Bean (released July 9, 2012).
  • Spring cleaning bug fixes and a fresh new logo make it into this release as well.
 The latest version of Google Express is available for free on the Play Store. Google Express itself, however, requires a membership fee that can be purchased either annually for $95 or for $10 per month

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