Gone are the days of sitting at your desktops or having the laptop stand by for emergency. It is all in the mobile phone now. So go ahead and enjoy or tour away from home. There are going to be no worries as long as you have your mobile phone tucked in your pocket. Well, Google, the best search engine hereto, has accepted the omnipotence of the mobile too. With the mobiles seeing thousands of websites become accessible with each passing day, Google has come out with a unique and innovative tool now, the new mobile-friendly test tool.
All you need to do is to access the tool from Google’s ‘mobile usability’ report or simply log in directly to the page by going to URL: https://search.google.com/search-console/mobile-friendly. This tool is not brand new but a new and improved version of its first effort. Google has gone ahead announced the arrival of its most recent version after the tool has been tested thoroughly. You are welcome to check its efficacy and report the problems if any. Suffice to say, the initial launch of the tool was way back in November 2014 with the most latest and massive updates of the features being available just 1.5 years later in May 2016.
So, what can you expect from the latest mobile-friendly tool then? Well, the interface is certainly neater in appearance and the speed seems to have been enhanced too. Of course, the team of ‘Google Search Console’ expects this update to gradually replace all the previous tools. Sure! Who can resist the temptation of using the latest tool? Do not be concerned, if you happen to be a proud owner of a smartphone. The mobile-friendly tool is 100% compatible with your expensive gadget a.k.a the smartphone. Hurrah! All your double checking needs have been put firmly to rest courtesy ‘Google’s New Mobile-Friendly Test Tool.’
Yaniv Loewenstein, an important member of the team has proclaimed, “The updated tool provides us with room to continue to improve on its functionality, and over time, we expect it to replace the previous Mobile-Friendly Test. Additionally, of course, this tool also works well on your smartphone, if you need to double-check something there!”
But what is the specific purpose of this much hyped too? Webmasters, as well as web developers, have been worried about the responsiveness for quite some time now. With multitudes of tools both free and paid to be available online, the entrepreneurs do not have to search for long. Unfortunately, not every tool gives accurate results. Google’s tool is expected to check a website URL quickly and let you know whether it is mobile friendly.