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Android has an official guide from Google. And iTunes too So, to avoid Copyrights issues and all kind of related stuff I suggest to follow their guidelines.
If you keep the title in a different colour or with a coloured border, everybody will understand it's a link. If a reader wants to reach the article, he'll first try to click on it, expecting a webpage containing the article or a PDF of it directly. I don't think you need to add anything to what you have.
If you don't have tight space constraints, the best solution might be adding a field DOI:10.xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx at the end of the reference, and make it a link to dx.doi.org. In this way even people who get a paper copy of your article can "follow" the links and everyone has a stable permalink for your paper. Biblatex formats the DOI field like this ...
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