The Globe and Mail is reporting that Google has been working on a new feature that could make buying on the Internet easier for customers.

In the article, the Globe’s Simon Hradecky reports that Google is working on the feature called “bouncer.”

Google said in a blog post that it is currently testing a feature called ‘bouncers.’

When users are browsing on a website, they will receive a popup menu to either browse a different website or select a website to buy.

It’s unclear if this feature will be rolled out to all customers.

Google has long used the concept of ‘boucheons’ in its search results.

Bouncers will be able to provide information like price, size and availability for items on the web, with the option to order a product by phone or online.

Boucheon prices are not currently available on the Google site, but Google says the feature is being rolled out soon.

The feature will only work for the iPhone and iPad, however, so there are some concerns that the feature won’t work on other devices.

Google said it will work to make the feature available to everyone, but it is not yet clear when it will be available.

This isn’t the first time Google has worked on a shopping feature that allows customers to order from a site without actually being on that site.

In 2015, the company also announced a shopping product that lets users order a single item and receive a separate item from Amazon, Apple, Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and more.