Google has added a new major feature to its search engine, it has now added content from mobile applications to search and these apps can now be streamed from the cloud.
Previously Google only indexed apps that had matching web content, this is no longer the case and it is now indexing standalone apps.
But up until now, Google has only been able to show information from apps that have matching web content. Because we recognize that there’s a lot of great content that lives only in apps, starting today, we’ll be able to show some “app-first” content in Search as well. For example, if you need a hotel for your spur-of-the-moment trip to Chicago, search results will now include results from the HotelTonight app. Or if you’re thinking about visiting Arches National Park, you will now find details about the 18-mile scenic drive from the Chimani app.
You can find out more details about the changes to Google search at the link below and also details about these new streamed apps.