In a blog post titled ” Google’s Pharmacy Search Engine Now Can Track Your Prescription and Other Purchases “, Google announced that it was now able with ” search engine optimization”, a technology it is widely known for, to track all of the prescription and order history that you may have viewed, from a web browser.
Google previously had been able to detect this activity in a single Google Analytics web page and even in an app on the iPhone, but it’s now possible to track and monitor it in a much more advanced way.
This isn’t just limited to Google products, either, as it is also available for Amazon and Amazon Marketplace.
As we reported, Google was also able to identify all the medications you’ve ordered from a number of different places.
With this new functionality, you’ll no longer have to go through a lengthy process of creating a new Google Account.
If you have questions about the Google Pharmacy Tool or Google Pharmapass, we’ve put together a Google Tech Support thread for those questions.
Google has already started rolling out this functionality to other Google products in the future, so we’ll update this post when this happens.
Read more at Google’s Google Tech support page