Undirect Removes Tracking Links From Google Search Results

Chrome: Google is a great search engine, but it adds a bunch of tracking code to its search results pages, which is a nuisance if you like to right-click and copy those results for use elsewhere. Undirect is a simple single-purpose Chrome extension that removes tracking code from results pages, giving you simple URLs you can use and stopping Google tracking your activity .

We’ve featured user scripts in the past to achieve the same task, but for some reason I’ve found those options aren’t working in Chrome right now. Undirect does the job just fine, and (unlike some similar scripts) seems to work fine across all Google domains.


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