On the morning of April 8, Google announced that for those who have an Android app associated with their website is now able to get data about the app’s performance in Google Search Console. You can now see your app’s clicks, impressions, CTR, and position with a separate search appearance in the performance report.
It seems that there are also signs of another filter coming to support showing Google Discover feed related data.
If you have an Android app associated with your verified property in Search Console, you can try opening your Performance report in the new Google Search Console. Then click on the search appearance filter and you may see an option for “Android app.” If you’re able to see that when you toggle that on, you can see specific metrics on how well your Android app is performing in Google search. Specifically you can see your app’s clicks, impressions, CTR, and ranking position in Google search.
Here is a screen shot from Barry Schwartz of the report from his site:
Although we used to have reports for this, Google dropped those features out of the old Google Search Console a while back, although Google brought it back directly into the Performance report in the new Google Search Console.
Here’s the announcement on Twitter:
It was noticed by Eoghan O’Sullivan that Google could be showing Google Discover data in Google Search Console soon. Google Discover is the name that is replacing Google Feed that shows you topics and news items around items that interest you. Google Discover allows you to obtain information about your interests without having to search for them. Google Discover can display your Google.com mobile home page and can send serious traffic to your web site.
Right now, there isn’t any way to segment out traffic from Google Discover in Search Console, although there are signs that this is changing.