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New! Hands-on codelab and #DevByte  video on app indexing. Is your app in the Google index?

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Is your app in the Google index?

There are over 1 million apps in Google Play. More and more of them are in the Google index which enables better app discovery and higher user engagement. Try a hands-on codelab at http://bit.ly/index-my-app.

Learn more about the benefits of app indexing from +Jarek Wilkiewicz in the video Is your app in the Google index?

#AppIndexing   #OkGoogle  茄子入り納豆とろろそば FTW! 
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Interested in app indexing? Check out these videos to get started.

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Google App Indexing API

Did you know that users can discover and follow a deep link directly into your app from Google Search on their mobile device? Is your app in the index yet? Learn more about it on the Google Developers blog.
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It would be wonderful if we could allow third-party apps to deep link to our website through this.
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Today we announced that app deep links are now visible in Google Search on Android globally.  Also, there are 24 additional apps that are participating in app indexing:  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.  And we’re continuing to onboard more apps as we speak.  

If you haven’t added deep link support to your app or added app links to your website or sitemaps, please do so and then notify us.  See the following blog post for more details.
Webmaster Level: Advanced In October, we announced guidelines for App Indexing for deep linking directly from Google Search results to your Android app. Thanks to all of you that have expressed interest. We've just enabled 20+ additional applications that users will soon see app deep links for ...
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Hi! Nice feature! Do you show deeplinks also in the BROWSER search results, or only within the Google search APP?
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We've added some "best practice" tips to our developer guidelines.  Please take another look at our site!
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Is there anyone who can add some FAQ about failed to add dependency for google play service? 

Why I failed to add dependency on google play service?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16122358/android-dependencies-references-non-existing-library-google-play-services-lib-ja 
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Do you have questions about app indexing (https://developers.google.com/app-indexing/webmasters/)? 

Are you trying to implement app deep links and have questions about the process? 

Curious how to interpret the Android Apps stats you see in Webmaster Tools?

Have you received a message about your app and wondering how to fix the issue?

Or just curious to learn about how app indexing works?

Ask a question or vote for others’ questions at http://goo.gl/m6R2vH. We'll pick out a few common ones and record video answers for them!
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Mine too. Thanks.
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Back in October last year, we introduced App Indexing to a small group of developers. Over the last few months, we added many more apps and launched App Indexing globally with international language support. This week at Google I/O, we’re delighted to announce that App Indexing is now available to all Android developers! Accompanying the launch is a set of self-service features that will make your participation in the program easier than ever. 

In addition, we are announcing several new features to help developers drive re-engagement of their apps through Google Search. First, you may notice that the apps are now appearing differently in our search results -- in place of an “Open in app” button, the search result title link will now take users directly to the content inside the app. Second, we’re also announcing a new App Indexing API as part of Google Play Services 5.0 that gives you a way to specify app deep links -- through your app -- for indexing purposes. To read more, please check out http://goo.gl/jO9O84

Last but not least, we are excited to unveil our latest growing list of supported apps, including ABC News, Airbnb, AutoTrader, BuzzFeed, CBS, Cookpad, Crackle, Daily Mail Online, Dailymotion, The Economic Times, Fox News, francetv info, Hot Pepper Gourmet, Houzz, KASKUS, Kompas.com, musiXmatch, NDTV, Orbitz, RetailMeNot Coupons, Shazam, Strava, Subito.it, The Guardian, The Washington Post, ViewRanger GPS, Viki, and many more. To see the full roster, please check out our developer site, where you can also find step-by-step technical instructions on how to participate in App Indexing.
Webmaster level: All. Do you have an Android app in addition to your website? You can now connect the two so that users searching from their smartphones and tablets can easily find and reach your app content. App deep links in search results help your users find your content more easily and ...
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+kevin liu Hello, please check hang on chat. I am developing that you are trying to make.
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Back in April, we announced the availability of app deep links to English content on Google Search results globally. Today, we have launched app deep links to non-English content as well. Joining our launch roster are 14 new partners: Au Feminin, chip.de, Fairfax Domain, Fancy, Idealo, L'Equipe, Letras.Mus.br, Marmiton, MercadoLibre, Player.fm, Tapatalk, Vagalume, Upcoming, and Walmart.

In addition, we also have great news to share with international developers. Our documentation has now been translated into 8 additional languages: Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Webmaster level: all. In April, we launched App Indexing in English globally so deep links to your mobile apps could appear in Google Search results on Android everywhere. Today, we're adding the first publishers with content in other languages: Fairfax Domain, MercadoLibre, Letras.
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App deep links for an initial group of developers are now live in Google Search on Android.  You can read more about how to try this out yourself in the blog post.  Note that for now, the feature is available in English in the US.  Also, users need to be signed-in to see the deep links for apps that they have installed.  
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+Mathieu Méa One advantage is that Google know that your app listens to that intent and can handle it. Therefore they can for example show an icon open in app. That icon wont show if you only do it your way.
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Indexing apps like indexing the web.
Introduction
On October 31, 2013, Google announced a new initiative, app indexing.  This Google+ page is for developers and publishers that are interested in adding deep links to their apps from Google Search results.