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Google app indexing

Synchronizing an installed Android app with the Google search results on the Android device. For example, searching Google for a beef stew recipe on a smartphone or tablet would display, along with other relevant links in the results list, a "deep" link to the beef stew recipe in the installed recipe app. The Android app must be coded properly to enable this linking. See deep link.
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Just as app indexing and deep links have allowed top-line searches to find results within apps, look for voice assistants on all devices, linking into your audio content.
It brings about a cool new list of features namely the Instant Run, faster Android emulator, cloud test lab and improvements in app indexing.
Planet of the apps gains momentum2016 looks to be a break- through year for app adoption (over HTML5) for business owners, driven largely by an increase in app indexing by search engines.
But its new mobile app indexing delivers an even bigger rank- ing and visibility advantage to companies with an app.
Google is expanding its app indexing and display of apps in search results to iOS.
If a developer has enabled App Indexing, Google's search bots can crawl the contents of an app or your agency app just like a Web page.
This release introduces Android wearable services APIs, Dynamic Security Provider and App Indexing, whilst also including updates to the Google Play game services, Cast, Drive, Wallet, Analytics, and Mobile Ads," Google revealed in the Android Developers Blog.
App Indexing API - Indexing API improves Google Search function by allowing service of app's history to users.
Supported apps include Google Play Store, AllTrails, BigOven, Bleacher Report, Eventbrite, Goodreads, Seeking Alpha, Zillow, and others using App Indexing for Google Search protocols.
As for Google Play Services, Android will offer the following services: for Android wearables, Play Game services, App Indexing API, Google Cast, Drive, Wallet and Analytics.