Hiper URL gives users a way to share up to five links at once. The application provides the user with five fields to add individual URLs. The user can include fewer, but no more than five at a time. After submitting the form, the user is given a single URL. This can be shared or saved to access later. When the link is clicked, all five URLs are opened in separate tabs. Users can easily share resources for projects or class work or simply condense all the URLs they want to share into fewer links. Reducing the number of links required can make a text message or email much more manageable for both the sender and recipient.Show more screenshots »
Practical as it is, Hiper URL has not received much attention from internet users. That being said, the application certainly shows plenty of promise as an easy way to send up to five URLs at once. Users can make it much easier for anyone to view multiple web pages without clicking a single link and returning to an email or instant message for the next link. The application serves a very simple but highly useful purpose.
Most link-related applications focus on shortening a single link. Users can make a long link more manageable for sharing. Hiper URL takes that same concept, but instead applies it to five URLs. The user can choose up to five web pages just by copying and pasting the URLs into the Hiper URL tool. The application generates one manageable link that the user can share easily without creating a sea of underlined text in emails, blog posts or instant messages.
There isn’t much to Hiper URL in terms of appearance, but that doesn’t mean the page doesn’t look good. The site favors a two tone blue color scheme that gives it an upbeat, cheerful style even if there isn’t much to look at on the page. The URL form is presented right at the center of the page so the user doesn’t have to look around to get what they came for.
Hiper URL provides internet users with a very simple service. Requiring a registration would be a bit silly for something this easy and simple. Users do not have to create an account. They only have to come with up to five URLs they wish to share as a single link. The five URL fields are shown on the homepage so the user doesn’t have to do any searching. The user fills in the URLs then clicks the wide “Generate Link” button below them to get their newly created link.
Charging a fee for something like Hiper URL would only encourage internet users to stay away. The application serves a single, simple purpose: create a single link that opens up to five web pages in separate tabs. This type of service does not warrant a subscription fee or other expense. Anyone can visit Hiper URL as often as they like for nothing. There are no fees. The only limitation is that the user is only able to add five or fewer URLs when creating a condensed link.
Hiper URL is a convenient tool for anyone who wants to share multiple URLs. The application can make it much easier for both parties. The sender doesn’t have to organize their message to accommodate multiple URLs and the recipient only has to click once to open up all the pages. Students and teachers can share online resources and friends can pass along humorous links.