American corporation Google released An update for the Google Chrome browser, which introduced a new feature for fixing typos in URLs. The browser will automatically recognize the error and offer to replace the wrong address with the correct one.
The feature will be available on desktop first, and on mobile devices in the coming months. According to Google, the new feature will help the user immediately get to the desired resource, and not follow dubious links that arise due to inaccuracies in writing the address.
Google also updated Live Captions – now during a phone call you can type text, and the system will play it as a voice to the interlocutor. Live Caption support is now available for German, Italian and French on select Android devices. Google Maps will display a list of wheelchair accessible places by default, while Lookout for the Blind and Visually Impaired will generate text descriptions of images, whether or not there is text describing the image.