I see it starting around 27th April, from Android devices, naturally. From the actual referrer, my guess would be a link from the default Google search bar on a device (this opens in the Google app rather than in a browser). This is installed by default on most devices, I believe. According to the Play Store [play.google.com], the app updated on April 28th, too. … [Read more...] about Webmasters Noticing Google Referrer For Android Google Search App
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Google does send notices via Google Search Console to upgrade your WordPress install or other generic CMS platforms that are outdated. The other day, Google sent a boatload to those they think are running WordPress 4.9.3 that they should update that version as soon as possible because there is a security bug that is vulnerable to attack. … [Read more...] about Did Google Search Console Send You An Inaccurate WordPress Upgrade Notice?
If you cannot use any of the above methods, then you can verify website ownership by editing your DNS settings. If you are a non-technical person, I wouldn’t recommend this method since you need to know how to edit your domain’s DNS values. In this case, it’s better to ask the assistance of your domain provider. … [Read more...] about How to add and verify your website with the new Google Search Console
With Windows RT we’re committed to meeting customer expectations for core experiences while also giving customers the choice of a wide range of applications and services from other providers, all easily accessed from the Windows Store. If developers want to build a browser for Windows RT devices they can do so through the Windows Store, similar to other mobile device ecosystem … [Read more...] about No Google Search App For You
Amazon’s Kindle Fire is an Android device, at least in using Android’s core operating system. Amazon has simply stripped out things it doesn’t want, such as integration with Google Play (instead, it uses its own App Store) and changing the search to use Bing, almost certainly because of a deal with Amazon and Bing (Microsoft confirms Bing is the default but gives no details how that happened). … [Read more...] about Google Doesn’t Require Google Search On Android, Despite What FairSearch & Microsoft Want You To Believe