Google's URL Shortener now available as an Android app

Google's URL Shortener now available as an Android app
Google's goo.gl is the Mountain View based tech giant's URL shortener website. Now, a third party developer brings the same capabilities to an Android app called simply enough, Google URL Shortener. The app obviously shortens URLs and allows you to share them. You can even get analytics reports on any shortened URL, not just your own, and even access your history with the goo.gl website.

The Google URL Shortener employs the card UI that is becoming a Google trademark. The app is optimized for Android flavored smartphones and 7 inch and 10 inch tablets and allows you to shorten links using "share" in any app. You don't even have to be online to access your data.

The app is free from the Google Play Store and requires the user to have a device powered by Android 4.0 or higher.


source: GoogleURLShortener via AndroidCentral

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