A tool to remove Google-tagged links on social media sites and YouTube is on sale.
The captcha tool is now on sale on the Google Play Store for $2.99.
It’s an easy way to get rid of any Google-linked links that appear on your Facebook or Twitter profile page, as well as any links that you’re sharing on your favorite blogs.
To use the captcha, simply type the keyword ‘captcha’ into the search bar of the Google app or Google+ search bar and select ‘enable captcha removal.’
You’ll see the captcha disappear and a new, less confusing Google logo appear.
The company, which says it’s been using the captcha for about three years, says it plans to expand the tool to other social networks.