Topic: mobile deep linking

Deeplink unveils app assistant, AppWords Concierge

As users’ personal and business lives become more mobile, one company believes they should be able to leverage more from the apps they have come to know and love. Deeplink, a mobile deep-linking provider of developer and app network solutions, has announced AppWords Concierge, an in-app assistant now available in private beta. Mobile deep linking … continue reading

Branch debuts Deepviews to preview native mobile app content

Branch, a mobile deep-linking company focused on contextual app discovery, has announced Deepviews: a new tool that changes how users interact with native mobile apps. Deepviews automatically generates a mobile Web replica of a page within an app, and from a user’s perspective this means they can preview native app content without downloading the app … continue reading

What’s new in deep linking: Branch Metrics partners with Referral SaaSquatch, and URX debuts ‘Buy’ buttons

Branch Metrics, a mobile deep linking company focusing on contextual app growth and discovery, has partnered with customer referral platform provider Referral SaaSquatch on a combined deep linking experience for mobile app developers. The partnership integrates Referral SaaSquatch’s framework, referral infrastructure and JavaScript widget with Branch Metrics’ deep linking ‘branch links,’ or the shareable referral links … continue reading

URX introduces AppViews for mobile deep linking user recommendations

Mobile deep linking startup URX has announced the launch of AppViews, a new type of link establishing contextually relevant connections between apps by recommending user actions. URX sees AppViews as the next step in deep linking—building on existing app-to-app pathways to increase discovery by not only facilitating users from one app to another, but also … continue reading

Deeplink debuts connective AppWords platform and SDK

Deeplink, a mobile deep-linking startup provider of a developer platform and app network of native retargeted deep links, has announced the launch of AppWords, a mobile search platform and SDK enabling developers to perform intent-based keyword searches for app content. AppWords, just out of beta, is designed to enable developers who integrate the SDK with … continue reading

Deep linking: The foundation for a new mobile Web

A mobile user clicks a link in a smartphone app. Another app automatically opens inside the first to the exact page the user was looking for. When that happens, the user doesn’t question how she or he got there. It just works. Behind those responsive intra-app connections are mobile deep links, the hidden underlying mechanisms … continue reading

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