IOS Devices Are Capable of Indexing App Content on Google Now

Google Indexing app content
IOS users who use the Google app are now able to find content that exists in other IOS apps.  According to Search Engine Journal, The few apps that were selected to use this Google feature are Eat24, Huffington Post, Free Dictionary, OpenTable, Pinterest, Yellow Pages, SlideShare, SeatGeek, TapaTalk, YouTube, and Zillow. Google is trying to index content from many other popular apps. By being on an IOS device and by searching on the Google App or Chrome App you can take full advantage of this feature. One has to first download the apps that have this feature, like Pinterest so that one can search for the content enclosed within them. Furthermore, Google has found a way to search for apps easier that are not indexed on your phone. For instance, an example of how Google is indexing content is if you are looking for something like soccer games on your phone, Google will generate a list of apps that are relevant and match what you are looking for.  In the next few months Google announced they will be implementing new search features to help find more content from a boarder list of apps.

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