Google now shows in-apps links in mobile search results globally

Google app indexngFour months after starting to show in-app links in mobile search results in US, Google has now rolled out the feature globally. English content mobile search results worldwide will now be accompanied by in-app links, which can be used to open a search results directly inside an app.

According to Google, a total of 36 Android apps currently support this feature, which requires the search giant to index the app content to be able to show it in mobile search results. Out of the 36 app, 24 have been added earlier today, you can find their names below. Full list of apps supporting the feature is available on Google website.

500px, AOL, BigOven, Bleacher Report, Booking.com, Eventbrite, Glassdoor, Goodreads, Huffington Post, Merriam-Webster, Pinterest, Realtor.com, Seeking Alpha, TalkAndroid, TheFreeDictionary, The Journal, TripAdvisor, Tumblr, Urbanspoon, Wattpad, YP, Zagat, Zappos and Zillow.

The feature is very easy to use for consumers and even developers can make their apps compatible by App Indexing


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1 thought on “Google now shows in-apps links in mobile search results globally

    harsh singh

    (April 4, 2014 - 9:08 pm)

    Google naps sounds much more interesting…!

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