Google has taken app-indexing to the next level, not only extending search to the contents of applications but also streaming the apps themselves from search. Two years after Google started providing ‘deep links’ to app content in mobile search results, the company has launched the next phase of its plan to bring more content from apps into search. So far, developers have only been able to implement Google’s app indexing in their iOS and Android apps if content within them had a corresponding web page. With today’s changes, Google will start showing content in mobile search results that only lives within apps, for example, apps with content that doesn’t have a corresponding web page. An example of a mobile app that has corresponding web content is Facebook, which earlier this week enabled Google’s app indexing. Now Android users can hop from search results of indexed Facebook pages directly to the relevant part of Facebook’s app. Other popular apps that are indexed by Google include Airbnb, Instagram and Pinterest. Read this Google ‘a million miles away from creating the search engine of my dreams,’ says Larry Page The search engine chief commits to a new generation of big bets, including some… Read full this story
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