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How does LaminApp index web apps?
How does LaminApp index web apps?

How does LaminApp index web apps?

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One of the most important differences between web apps and native applications of any platform is how they are published. Web apps are published with open access on a domain on the Internet, but native applications are published in app stores after development at the request of the developer and by paying an annual subscription. Therefore, LaminApp, as a web app publisher, must be equipped with a tool that has the ability to identify web apps that are allowed for public use and published on the Internet. And now we introduce you to crawling robots.

We at LaminApp team, work with an identification and search tool like a search engine to identify web apps. After entering the name of the desired category or specified web app, the crawler robots connected to our search engine, start exploring the links, written information, official photos, social media content, etc. related to the searched web app. And store basic information.


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In the next step, other robots start classifying the standard written and image information to be sent to the server to be listed in the appropriate format on the home page of the web apps published in LaminApp, and the link of that web app is indexed in search engines.

In fact, the process of identifying content by robots is a manifestation of the power of artificial intelligence and the high percentage of correct recognition of relevant, official and usable content in terms of legal and practical aspects.

In the final stage, the content strategy expert monitors the overall format of the web app content indexed in LaminApp and gives a score from 0 to 100, and if it scores 90 or higher, the web app passes the final publication stage. And the activity of the corresponding crawler robot is also confirmed.

Currently, the accuracy and quality of LaminApp’s crawler bots in identifying and determining common categories, as well as listing public web apps published on the Internet, has simplified the work of commercial and personal developers. So there is no need to report and send information to introduce the developed web app to LaminApp, but in case of a bug, content error, or developer’s objection, every web app is equipped with report forms to inform our team.

We ensure that we index any web app that is technically and content approved by international laws, regardless of political, ideological and geographical orientations, in order to support the relevant developer. We also guarantee that the security of users’ information, It is also of the highest importance to us.

The output and user experience of LaminApp and the web apps indexed in it are completely similar to using native applications of any platform, with the difference that there is no need to download bulky files and time-consuming installation.

Also, with the beginning of 2023, the third beta test phase of LaminApp will begin with the possibility of exclusive analysis of web apps for developers on a trial basis.

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