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The Second Coming Of Deep Linking | TechCrunch

Recently, a new type of deep linking has appeared. Contextual deep-linking technology offers deep links that can pass data to an app through install, in addition to supporting the legacy deep-linking method. This data is used by the app to show the user relevant information when they open the app for the first time (below). […]

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Instant Web · An A List Apart Column

Not only is the web not fast enough for apps, it’s not fast enough for text either. http://bit.ly/1JTRvho

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Google Play Featured-Image Guidelines | Android Developers Blog

If your app is selected for featuring on Google Play,our editorial team uses your 1024 x 500 “Featured Image” to promote the app on tablets, phones, and the Web. The image can be used on the home page on all versions of Google Play (Web, tablet and phone), on your product page in the Web […]

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Daring Fireball: Native Apps Are Part of the Web

I spoke about this four years ago at O’Reilly’s Web 2.0 conference, in a talk titled “Apple and the Open Web: A Love Story”. The gist of it being that native iOS apps (and native apps for Android, Mac OS X, Windows, and everything else) aren’t in opposition to the “web”. They live on top […]

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