For folks who prefer to get their retail therapy in digital form, Google Catalogs is a godsend. In case you forgot, it’s an aggregation portal with digital catalogs from myriad merchants that lets you browse retailer wares without killing trees and now it’s available on the web. When Catalogs first debuted, it was only available as a tablet app for iPad or Android. The new web-based catalog browser, however, lets users peruse wares from over 300 merchants — including Crate&Barrel, Brookstone and even Fredrick’s of Hollywood — on any device with an internet connection. The holiday season’s approaching folks, so head on down to the source and get your shopping out of the way early — or, at least flesh out your personal wish list.
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