Chrome Now Automatically Cleans Up Messy URls when You Share them

A very Good news for Chrome Users! Chrome Now Automatically Cleans Up Messy URls when You Share them. Android Apps have got smaller but very useful update that will make it easier for you to share links. Chrome Now Automatically Cleans Up Messy URls when You Share them.

The extra words that gets added on to the end of links i.e. the result of tracking tags or the search queries that lead to that page, can add hundreds of extra characters to a URL.

Chrome Now Automatically Cleans Up Messy URls when You Share them

The new version of Chrome will automatically cleanup very long URls before you share them. It means now you wont have to worrying about copying and pasting links with too much extra text with it at the end.

This was at first spotted by Android Police and this change is not live with the latest version of Chrome’s Android app, version 64. It is a small tweak, but it will make URL’s more presentable and less messy.

One can try the new less messy and streamlined link sharing in Android Google Chrome App by using the Apps’s native share menu. However if you want same old messy long words, you can continue on manually copy and paste from the URL bar.

Also Read: Google to Start Blocking Annoying Ads in Chrome on February 15, 2018

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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