- It offers semantic shortened URLs
- It has some nice APIs
However, I’m concerned about the most important aspect of urlTea shortened URLs: longevity.
Don’t get me wrong – I love what urlTea is trying to do, but I am forced to cast a skeptical eye on free services that don’t have revenue streams to support themselves. I’ve read through the information on the urlTea web site, and I’ve not seen anything addressing this issue.
Perhaps one of you has some information you can share on this topic?