Bit.ly the market leader in URL Shortener recently added a feature to their service where adding .qr to their links would generate a QR code for mobiles.
A similar feature was made available earlier this week by Google’s for their Goo.gl URL Shortener. However, as TechCrunch noted, Bit.ly has taken a wild potshot with their QR codes feature by adding picture of a fish (which resembles Bit.ly) gobbling some balls which are of course related to Google.
So is Bit.ly heating it up here with their battle against the search giant? Only time will tell.
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