Chromerly URL-shortener Chromerly URL-shortener

Social & Communication
Version: 2.1
Last Update: 2012-07-07


Chromerly URL-shortener is a Chrome extension developed by Ville Lahdenvuo. According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of Chromerly URL-shortener is 2.1, updated on 2012-07-07.
432 users have installed this extension. 19 users have rated this extension with an average rating of .

Chromerly is a simple yet featureful URL-shortener extension.

We all hate those long auto-generated links that we see every day. So I made this simple extension to easily shorten those links and making sharing things a breeze.

* Simple icon to click to shorten tab's url
* Context menu to shorten page, image, link, selection, video or even audio urls
* Urly keyword in the omnibox to shorten any url you want
* NEW: You can now block shortened links and redirect to info page instead!
* NEW: Chromerly now supports Web Intents!

If you want to know exactly how this extension works, take a look at the source code! This is an open source project.


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avatar bahrta sai

It does what it says but isn't necessary (No offense to dev). You can do the simple shortening with a bookmarklet. Add the following link (below === ) to your bookmarks bar, & click it to shorten the link as you would with the extension icon. You WON"T be able to shorten something from the context menu using the bookmarklet.
you can also type before http part in address bar & hit enter OR go to to shorten a url manually. also supports custom short urls.

avatar A Google User

Shortens URLs, open source code on github - works well but Twitter blocks tweets when using this for short codes.

avatar ivanov. sasa

Неудобное расположение кнопки!

avatar Carsten Hagemann

Doesnt work at all. For example, I made to and when I open the link some finnish stuff appears and nothing happens then.

avatar Nuno Freitas

Really good extension.

I would prefer if the desktop notification would go away after a couple of seconds (or be configurable at least). Now I have to do one extra step to close the notification, because I don't use the QR code.