Google is planning to integrate its Google Offers and Google Shopper services with its newly launched Google Plus services.
According to PC Mag, Stephanie Tilenius, the vice-president of Google Commerce said during the MobileBeat conference that Google Offers will be deeply integrated with Google Plus as the service evolves.
The company just launched the Google Shopper app which coincides with the launch of Google Offers in San Francisco and Manhattan.
Google is preparing an army of mobile based integrated location and commerce services that would allow it to give head-on competition to services like Groupon, Facebook Check-ins and PayPal.
Google’s NFC based mobile payment system Google Wallet will also be integrated with Google Plus, Shopper and Offers.
"One of the things we are going to do with Google Offers and Google Wallet is embed them in our products," she said.
"So our new Google+ product, we're going to have it there, search and apps. The goal is to think about, think about Google Maps, with 200 million mobile users. If you're living an area, we're going to find offers. We'll work with all of our Google properties, they will be integrated, but it will take some time to get there", Tilenius added.