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Google Chrome will check URLs for typos

An upcoming update for the popular Google Chrome web browser will add a new feature that will check URLs entered by users for typos or errors.

The Verge portal writes about this.

Now the Chrome browser from Google will be able to check the literacy of the entered web address, after which it will offer probable “correct” options.

It is known that initially this update will affect the versions of the web browser for computers, after a few months it will reach the mobile version.

The source notes that the new feature will become a convenient assistant for the user, guaranteeing the transition to the desired site or web page, and not dubious portals, where an accidental typo in the address bar often leads.

In addition, Google will provide a wide range of users with access to the advanced Live Caption feature, which allows you to convert a voice message into coherent text.

Initially, only owners of modern Pixel mobile devices will be able to use it, but after a short time it will appear on other devices based on Android OS.

Also, the popular Google Maps service is waiting for changes: now everyone will be able to see places suitable for wheelchair users, without additionally turning on the “Available places” option in the application settings.

In addition, at the moment, several services for visually impaired or blind users are still being tested behind closed doors.

It is known that the new service will be based on artificial intelligence, which will be able to generate audio descriptions for all subjects, as well as provide answers to specific questions

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