Deep Linking

  • Gillmor Gang:: Not Fade Away

    Gillmor Gang: Not Fade Away

    The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Doc Searls, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, December 5, 2014. As notifications and deep linking are built out, the Gillmor Gang is implementing a series of interconnected apps and services including a forthcoming Gillmor Gang app. Read More

  • Branch Metrics Raises $3 Million From NEA For More Intelligent Deep Links That Make Apps Work Like The Web

    Branch Metrics Raises $3 Million From NEA For More Intelligent Deep Links That Make Apps Work Like The Web

    Palo Alto-based Branch Metrics has just raised $3 million from NEA and others to address a series of challenges affecting the mobile app ecosystem today. The company has come up with an advanced “deep linking” technology for app developers, which allows for a more powerful means of sharing content from within apps, referring or inviting others to install apps, and more. The… Read More

  • In-App Search Is An App That Searches In Your Apps

    In-App Search Is An App That Searches In Your Apps

    Are users itching for a better way to search through the information contained within their mobile apps, bypassing the web and traditional search? Developer Steve Taylor decided to find out, and is now launching an iOS application called In-App Search which is essentially a Google-like search engine where links automatically open up your apps when tapped. Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Apple Jack

    Gillmor Gang: Apple Jack

    The Gillmor Gang — John Borthwick, Robert Scoble, Benedict Evans, and Steve Gillmor — bask in the continued reverberations of Apple’s stunning reveal last week at WWDC. Many of us in the Apple Polishing business (I’m an unrepentant fanboy) remain enthralled by the details of iOS 8 and its growing impact on OS/X Yosemite — Extensions, Notification Widgets… Read More

  • Top Mobile Marketers Team Up To Push A New Specification For Cross-Linking Apps

    Top Mobile Marketers Team Up To Push A New Specification For Cross-Linking Apps

    A new specification for mobile deep linking – a technology that lets apps work more like the web by supporting links that can move users from app to app – is being introduced today, along with a series of best practices. The project, called MobileDeeplinking.org, has the support of several well-known mobile technology companies, including Criteo, TapCommerce, and ActionX, as well… Read More

  • Mobile Deep Linking Service Deeplink.me Debuts A Native Ad SDK

    Mobile Deep Linking Service Deeplink.me Debuts A Native Ad SDK

    Mobile deep linking service Deeplink.me is today launching its new ad SDK, aimed at app developers, into beta. Created by Cellogic, which also offers deep linking tools to developers and marketers, and whose related retargeting network launched last summer, the SDK will help developers drive both paid and organic traffic to other applications on the network, as well as receive traffic… Read More

  • Ready For A “Web” Of Apps? Quixey Launches AppURL, A New Way To Enable Deep Linking Across Mobile Applications

    Ready For A “Web” Of Apps? Quixey Launches AppURL, A New Way To Enable Deep Linking Across Mobile Applications

    Mobile app search engine Quixey is today introducing a new initiative called AppURL which proposes a way to make mobile apps work more like the web. Instead of apps existing as standalone silos, AppURL would allow users to navigate from one app directly to a specific piece of content found in another – like an article within a news application, a restaurant listing on Yelp, or a… Read More

  • The Office of the UK Prime Minister owns the interwebs

    In case you were wondering, Number 10, the UK Prime Minister’s website uses a WordPress theme called Networker. A WordPress theme, they decided to take credit for. Or at least, not give credit as to where they got it. The theme was designed by Anthony Baggett and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. In contrast, we here at CrunchGear are using a… Read More

  • AT&T/Cingular Says No Deep Linking. Whaaa!?

    Remember the Web as it was in the 1990s? We were all getting our feet wet, figuring out how it was going to work. This is part of what makes the Web so powerful, the fact that it’s always evolving. One thing that keeps the motor running is unrestricted linking. You can link to any story on this blog, and we can link to any story on your site. We don’t have to like what you link to… Read More