The Google Firebase APP Indexing API supports the introduction and visibility of apps in Google Search. It allows Google to index app content for purposes of exposing it in Search results. Users can easily find, install, and launch the app to access its content from their preferred devices. However, a developer's app and website must have similar HTTP/HTTPS URLs to make it possible for Google Search to crawl, index, and support the exposure of the app’s public content. Developers can deploy either the iOS SETUP or the ANDROID SETUP platform when using the Google Firebase APP Indexing API. The Android platform provides additional user friendly search functionalities that include performance rankings of URLs and the autocomplete suggestions feature.
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. App Development and DevOps Tools APIs are covered in this segment. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
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Google announced the Firebase App Indexing API. The API allows users to search for content within the Google app and find personal or public content across apps installed on a particular device. Because the content is stored on the device, the API is functional whether a user is online or not.
PhilPapers offers an Open Access archive of aggregated research content about philosophy. The PhilPapers API offers programmatic access to the content via JSON data format. Crawling and crowdsourced...