Gone are the days of endless scrolling in search of something you caught your favorite Instagram influencer wearing or the adorable home décor you spotted in a viral TikTok video. With Walmart’s newest shopping tool, TrendGetter, getting your hands on those uber-popular things is as easy as uploading a photo and narrowing down the vast realm that is Walmart.com.
TrendGetter uses image recognition to make searching for trendy products and similar styles a breeze. Whether it’s an image of designer sunglasses, kitchen appliances or a high-priced pair of boots, TrendGetter will find product inspo with the best prices for whatever you’re searching for. The endless possibilities include fashion, tech, toys and décor.
I decided to try out this super handy tool, so I uploaded a cute picture of my sister’s pup, Dolly. TrendGetter did its magic for a few seconds, then showed me a slew of “gray dog pet products” with Dolly in mind. It found over 1,000 items, which included GPS trackers, crates, gates, beds, and food options designed to make Dolly the comfiest, happiest pup in town — and make my wallet happy, too.
Yes, Dolly is mostly black and not gray, but TrendGetter still finds every possible pet option for this little girl no matter what her color.
Here’s how TrendGetter works:
- Go to TrendGetter.com.
- Take a picture of something you’re searching for or upload one from your device.
- TrendGetter gets to work to source similar items and styles you can shop at Walmart.com at (hopefully) better Walmart prices.
- Just select the item(s) you like and add it to your cart. It’s seriously as easy as that!
TrendGetter works with virtually any image — even screenshots you take from other stores. So, if you see something you like, whether it’s while you’re furniture shopping or searching for that perfect color nail polish, grab a snapshot and upload it to Walmart’s TrendGetter to find what you’re looking for quickly, most likely, cheaply.
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