Here Are the Best Products for Everything, According to Google

published Apr 6, 2021
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Google has been more than a search engine for awhile, but the tech giant now wants to recommend the best products, too.

Google Shopping has launched its first-ever Best Things for Everything list, which features over 1,000 popular products that have received high ratings and positive reviews. Okay, it’s not exactly a list of everything (not yet, at least), as it still focuses mainly on eight categories— babies and toddlers, electronics, games and arts and crafts, health and beauty, home and office, outdoors and on the road, pets, and sports and fitness — but the items included are pretty diverse. There you can find anything, from air fryers to yoga mats to home office essentials. Just choose a category and the top results will pop up in a minimal layout that’s easy on the eyes.

Here are some top products from the list:

1 / 5
was $499.99

What would a Best Things list be without a Dyson product? The V8 allows consumers to experience a Dyson vacuum cleaner at a lower price point without reducing cleaning power. And if you want something with more punch? The list’s vacuum cleaner section is filled with more Dyson items.

2 / 5

One of the most versatile air fryers around, with one of the most budget-friendly price tags, it’s no wonder that Google Shopping included the Ninja Air Fryer on their list.

3 / 5

The purrfect cat condo, according to over 2,000 happy customers. One review reads: “It is sturdy and fits perfectly in the corner of my apartment. It’s really big but not like some cheesy, cat lady looking type of furniture, it’s so classy and pretty.”

4 / 5
Coop Sleep Goods

The Coop Home Goods Memory Foam Pillow rightfully deserves its near-perfect score of 4.9. It is soft, hypoallergenic, and easily customizable, ensuring users a good night’s rest. 

5 / 5
Tuft & Needle
was $695.00

Tuft & Needle’s mattress is comfortable, but what's even better is that it only costs $590 — inexpensive compared to its competitors. No wonder it has over 27,000 glowing reviews.