With the growing demands of search console insight, webmasters are stuck with accessing such tools only via URL, making it impossible to have clear navigation on mobile. If Google can create an Analytics App, what’s stopping them from creating Google Search Console Mobile App?
Google also launched the insight feature for webmasters to have a better understanding of how their content is performing on the SERP, the total number of all-time views, and content suggestions to help publishers have a better understanding of what their readers are looking for.
Nevertheless, the Search console tool also offers various features, even with developer features like API integrations for third-party analytic tools. As Google begins to adapt the web 3.0 features in product improvement among various of its services, mobile apps are also revolving in overall user interface and features.
The search Console is a web-based tool for webmasters to utilize in the tracking of search engine performance, errors, links, and manual actions. This tool was launched in 2010 originally as a webmaster tool before it was later revamped to Google Search Console in 2013.
Ever since I have always looked forward to Google creating a mobile application for easy tracking, indexing, and analyzing websites. But Alas we’re in 2022 yet no signs of having this soon anytime, according to an Intel from one of the top product managers from Google, confirmed that there are possibilities of creating the app in the future.
He further stressed that the web-based version is dealing with a large volume of the database, bugs, and algorithm inconsistency which may be nearly impossible to manage on a cloud-based infrastructure. Also made it known that the search console is a progressive web-based app that can be utilized on mobile by adding it to the home screen of any device.
Notwithstanding Google looks forward to a product like this in the future which would become a great part of the cloud computing ecosystem among their digital products.