Android: URL shorteners are a dime a dozen, but Bitly stands out with a ton of custom features, including the ability to see how well your shortened links are doing. Now, you can manage all that information from your phone. For most of us, URL shorteners are just a way to save space in a tweet, but if you're running a business, sharing your portfolio or promoting an event, having a dedicated short URL can be handy. Doubly so if you can get analytics for that link to see how often it's been clicked, where the visitors are coming from and who's doing the clicking. The new Android app for Bitly lets you keep up with all of that information from your phone.
Official Bit.ly App Lets You Track Analytics For Your Shortened Links
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