By Taylor Martin | July 9, 2013 1:04 PM
Shortening links is often necessary. Maybe a link you want to share is over the character limit and keeps dividing into two text messages. Or maybe you want to track the analytics of the links you share to your social accounts.
Whatever the case, it’s no secret that shortening links on a desktop or laptop is much easier than it is from mobile. Mobile applications typically require a handful of additional steps to shrink the URL down to a respectable and more usable size.
Fortunately, there is at least one Android application that practically automates the process. Watch the video below to learn how to quickly and easily shorten links on Android!