Recently, Google has rebranded its Webmaster Tools as Search Console. And now it has included indexed app to Search Console.
It is a mobile app data, where you can view how user identity your content within their Android app. Meanwhile, you can also see how Google discovers your app content, but you will get those information via an alpha version of Google’s fetch in Search Analytics.
In order to add app content, Google Play account is much needed for any user so that, Search Console understands their accessibility to the app. The report offers complete details on top app pages, top queries, and traffic across the globe.
The search can be filtered by definite type of query or region or clicks, CTR (Click Through Rate), impression and positions. In case, if Google has trouble while indexing the app content, it will not show up links for app pages in search results. It is done just to avoid imperfect results or confusing.
Have you ever doubted how Google view content in your Android app?
Google has designed a beta version of the “Fetch as Google” specially for Apps. It provide insights to the app developers and shows how it renders the URL.