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- Google has announced new accessibility features coming to its products.
- The Chrome browser is getting a feature that will detect typos in URLs.
- The feature is available now for Chrome on desktop.
If you didn’t know, today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Earlier this week, Samsung recognized the day by announcing an update coming to the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. Now it looks like Google is also bringing accessibility improvements to its products, including Google Chrome.
On the company’s blog, Google revealed it’s introducing a slew of new accessibility features. Arguably, the most interesting feature mentioned in the blog was a URL typo detector coming to the Chrome browser.