Google search now indexes iOS 9 apps with deep links


Getting your app Content found on Google just got easier. ‘App Indexing’, said Google in a post on Google+, was now compatible with HTTP deep link standards for iOS 9, as it had been on Android from the beginning.

That means that users can start getting their app Content into the Search results page on Safari in iOS, simply by adding Universal Links to their iOS app, then integrating with Google’s SDK. With this improvement, Google said, it would no longer support new integration on iOS 7 & iOS 8. Users will start seeing their app Content in Safari on iOS by October-end.

http://venturebeat.com Oct 9, 2015 

In May, Google began allowing iOS developers to implement App Indexing so signed-in users can open content surfaced from mobile apps directly in Google Search (via the main Google app and via Chrome, or even …

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Google launching deep integration between search and iOS … – idownloadblog.com

http://www.idownloadblog.com Oct 9, 2015 

Google announced today that Apple fans who are running iOS 9 on their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices will soon start seeing app content in their search results in the Safari browser. The company’s so-called App …

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Google enables app indexing with deep linking for Safari in … – Apple Insider

http://appleinsider.com Oct 9, 2015 

Developers will soon be able to use Google’s app indexing feature to surface app content in searches conducted in Safari for iOS 9, as well as Google’s native iOS apps, as the company on Friday announced compatibility with …

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Google Search Adds Support For App Indexing In Safari On iOS 9 – Search Engine Land

http://news.google.com Oct 9, 2015

Google Search Adds Support For App Indexing In Safari On iOS 9. By the end of October, searching on Google in Safari on iOS 9 will provide deep links in …

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