Bypass Google Redirects

Bypass Google Redirects


Whenever you click a Google search result, you don't go straight to your destination. You are first sent to an intermediate page that lets Google know which link you've clicked before redirecting you to the intended destination. This is an unnecessary step, but it can be easily skipped.

Just install the application and next time you click a Google search result set it as the default. The app will figure out where you're trying to go and send you straight there. The application is completely unobtrusive. Once set as the default, you won't even know it's there.

NOTE: Due to the way this application is launched, it may not work in all browsers. Unsupported browsers include the popular browsers Dolphin and Opera. This is the result of a flaw in the respective browsers, and there is nothing I can do to fix it.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How do I launch this application?
A: Simply click a Google search result in your browser. You will be prompted to choose an application. Select Bypass Google Redirects. To save time in the future, should set it as the default. There is no launcher icon for this app as it doesn't need one.

Q: Why won't it work?
A: You may have selected the wrong application as the default, or you may be using an unsupported browser. Unsupported browsers include Dolphin and Opera.

Recent changes:
1.2.1 (8/4/2012)
Fixed a crash that would occur in certain situations. Upgrading from 2.1 is recommended.

1.2 (7/22/2012)
BGR now has support for 55 different countries.
All extras sent to BGR are now sent back to the browser. This fixes a bug seen in ICS Browser+.

1.1 (7/15/2012)
Added support for more regional sites based on current install base
Removed touchscreen requirement

1.0 (5/11/2012)
Initial release
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4.1
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Installs
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File size
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About Bypass Google Redirects
Whenever you click a Google search result, you don't go straight to your destination. You are first sent to an intermediate page that lets Google know which link you've clicked before redirecting you to the intended destination. This is an unnecessary step, but it can be easily skipped.

Just install the application and next time you click a Google search result set it as the default. The app will figure out where you're trying to go and send you straight there. The application is completely unobtrusive. Once set as the default, you won't even know it's there.

NOTE: Due to the way this application is launched, it may not work in all browsers. Unsupported browsers include the popular browsers Dolphin and Opera. This is the result of a flaw in the respective browsers, and there is nothing I can do to fix it.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How do I launch this application?
A: Simply click a Google search result in your browser. You will be prompted to choose an application. Select Bypass Google Redirects. To save time in the future, should set it as the default. There is no launcher icon for this app as it doesn't need one.

Q: Why won't it work?
A: You may have selected the wrong application as the default, or you may be using an unsupported browser. Unsupported browsers include Dolphin and Opera.

Recent changes:
1.2.1 (8/4/2012)
Fixed a crash that would occur in certain situations. Upgrading from 2.1 is recommended.

1.2 (7/22/2012)
BGR now has support for 55 different countries.
All extras sent to BGR are now sent back to the browser. This fixes a bug seen in ICS Browser+.

1.1 (7/15/2012)
Added support for more regional sites based on current install base
Removed touchscreen requirement

1.0 (5/11/2012)
Initial release
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 11, 2014
Excellent, It full fill it's intended purposes.
A Google User
Mar 28, 2014
Excellent Thank you
A Google User
Feb 20, 2014
o_O Doesn't work for stock GS2 epic touch browser? Still redirecting my searchs.
A Google User
Aug 14, 2013
Smart Excellent
A Google User
Apr 20, 2013
Chetan Excellent