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We took this as another indication that the new index is related to a new crawler and/or a major change to the infrastructure they are using to parse, index, and evaluate mobile search results but not desktop results.

That said, you should probably take some time soon to make sure that your site works—at least in a passable way—on mobile devices, just in case there are eventual desktop repercussions (and because this is a user experience best practice that can lead to other improvements that still desktop ranking factors, such as decreasing your bounce rate).

Deep linking is a key distinction between mobile SERPs on the Android OS and SERPs on i OS (currently, SERPs only display Android app deep links, and only on Android devices).

But there is reason to believe this gap will be closing.

The change might be more impactful for Android devices or might impact Android and i OS devices equally—though currently we are seeing significant differences between i OS and Android for some types of search results, with more significant changes happening on Android than on i OS.

Google has been downplaying some of these changes, and we have no exclusive advanced knowledge about anything that Google will announce on 4/21, but based on what we have seen and heard recently, here is our best guess of what is coming in the future (on 4/21 or soon thereafter): We believe Google will launch a new mobile crawler (probably with an Android user-agent) that can do a better job of crawling single-page web apps, Android apps, and maybe even Deep Links in i OS apps.

The new Mobile-Friendly guidelines that launched last month focus on exposing JS and CSS because Android apps are built in Java, and single-page web apps rely heavily on Java Script for their fluid, app-like experience.

It is possible that the current focus on CSS and Java Script is to ensure that as many pages are in the new index as possible at launch.

Answer: On a panel at SMX Munich (2 weeks after SMX West) Zineb from Google answered 'no' without hesitation.