Google Shopper - an app that uses your phone's camera to locate products and prices on the web - received an update today that brings about some new features, as well as an interface overhaul. In an effort to streamline the experience, tabs have been added to the bottom of the app that highlight some of the newest features of Shopper, and the 'starred' and 'history' buttons are now located at the top.

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Among the new tabs along the bottom is "Today's Offer" - part of Google Offers - which shows a single offer for specific products or services in certain areas: Portland, OR;  the San Francisco Bay Area, the recently added New York City. Just like the previous version, the "Nearby Offers" and "My Offers" tabs are also along the bottom, giving quick access to the apps most-used features.

At the time of writing this, the Web Market hasn't been updated, but you should be able to pull the update directly from the Market on your device.

[Google Mobile Blog via Phandroid]