Google has announced that as of April 13, it will reject and urge users to use its URL shortener, goo.gl, app-centric Firebase Dynamic Links (FDL) or similar popular services like Bitly and Ow.ly use. 19659002] FDLs are intelligent URLs that can be used to send existing and potential users to any location within an iOS, Android or web platform. Google says these links will survive the app installation process, making it easier for new users to see the content they're looking for when they first open the app. Dynamic links also help users migrate from the mobile site to "the corresponding content in your app".
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"If you already have existing links from goo.gl, you can still use all the features of goo .gl console for a period of one year, until March 30, 2019, when we stop the console," adds Report.
The goo.gl URL shortener is very common and was first launched by the search engine giant in 2009.