In a bid to make browsing a tad smoother and more intuitive, Google Chrome is rolling out a nifty feature that promises to correct those pesky URL typos we’ve all been guilty of making. This isn’t just about fixing a ‘.cmo’ to ‘.com’; it’s about understanding user intent and ensuring they land on the right page.
Here’s the lowdown: If you’ve ever mistyped a URL, say, ‘inbenzinga.com’ instead of ‘in.benzinga.com’, Chrome’s latest update will not only identify the error but will also suggest the correct URL.
This feature, currently available on iOS and soon to be rolled out on Android, is designed to reduce the chances of users landing on potentially harmful sites that often capitalize on common URL misspellings.
But there’s more to this update than just typo corrections.
For those who frequently use Google Maps, Chrome has integrated a feature where typing an address directly into the browser’s search bar will prompt a suggestion to open the location in Maps. This seamless integration is a testament to Google’s commitment to enhancing user experience across its suite of applications.
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