Monthly Archives: December 2013

Supertron Infotech Puts Up A Good Show In ATPL 2013

Expectations were high and the boiling of the blood refused to slow down… 21st December 2013 it was and Supertronites were all geared up for the ATPL Cricket Tournament. Decked in the official red t-shirt and cap with the logo of the ‘Supertron’ imprinted, it was evident that Supertronites were moving ahead with a mission in mind! The day started with an inspiring text message from the HR Manager and the entire team reached the ground by 10.30 am. Read more »

Mobile Websites, Responsive Websites & Adaptive Websites: A Comparative Analysis

With Smartphones, tablet PCs, and a horde of handheld gadgets gaining ground at a fast pace, it has become imperative for the organizational stakeholders to address the issues related to user interactions, especially when their websites are being viewed across devices of varying screen size.

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Supertron Infotech Kicks-Off the Holiday Season in Style

The festive season is here, knocking at the doors and it’s the time when Supertronites sway in the festive mirth. This year, the built-up to the occasion has been truly special since the kick-off to the festivities will commence with Supertron participating in the Inter-Office Cricket Tournament – ‘Advantage Tower Premier League’. The buzz of the event is evident within the office premise and the undying spirit to succeed is ruling the nerves! Right from team selections to strategy discussions, the urge to delve in euphoric extravagance has been popping up amid the requirement of meeting the stringent project deadlines! Read more »

Google Is On the Verge of Indexing Android App Content

Android app developers can now get their app content indexed and connect pages from the websites with the specific content within the app. The users who have already got your app installed can open it directly from relevant mobile search results on Google.

Google Indexing Android App Content

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Google robots can index the Android app content, either through a sitemap file or through Google’s Webmaster Tools. Content within Android apps will be indexed by Google robots and when the users will search for the app from the mobile devices, they will be directed to relevant content of the app.

The process is still in the testing phase and indexing is only limited to a handful group of developers. Signed-in searchers within United States are expected to view the results on their Android devices within a few weeks.

The mobile app developers, who intend to get their apps indexed, need to sign up for application of interest. However, the developers should be aware of certain technical details which can be read here. For the time being, Google’s app indexing is currently available for Android OS and whether it would expand to Windows and iPhone apps is a question for the time to answer!