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  1. Android’s New Feature Paves Way for Apps Replacing Web

    According to a new report from The Information, Google is working on a way for consumers to download trial versions of Android apps before committing to a full-featured version: Obviously Google will be rolling out the App Trial technology on...

  2. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    Are Android users experiencing weird issues causing them to bounce off the site? I still find many webmasters don’t know that you can segment mobile search traffic directly in the Search Queries reporting in Google Webmaster Tools.

  3. New Google Mobile Alert: Websites Using Flash May Not Work on Your Device

    Per Google, "Adobe Flash is not supported on iOS devices or Android versions 4.1 and higher. Google has updated their algorithm to detect specific pages that may not work on your mobile devices. Google has created a series of resources for...

  4. YouTube to Censor Search Results From Artists Who Rebuff New Streaming Music Service

    Might Google one day require you to build an Android version of your iOS app, else your company website disappears from the organic search results? In response, the video search engine is flexing its Google-backed muscle, threatening to take down...

  5. How to Avoid Mobile Ranking Pitfalls by Assessing Mobile Engagement

    In an example used by Google, it was determined that after hearing the announcement of Android wearables (largely featuring hip-looking watches), customers searching google watch were landing on pages with normal watches that just had the Google...

  6. 7 Reasons You Need to Update Your Google Maps App

    Google Maps recently released a major update to their app for Android and iOS. With Google Maps' new app update you can easily search for restaurants, bars, and hotels. The latest Google Maps is meant to provide you with "even more ways to avoid...

  7. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    Consumer rights law firm Hagens Berman filed the lawsuit May 1 on behalf of two Android smartphone users who alleged that Google "illegally monopolized" the internet and mobile search market in the US.