Google My Industry cellular app has stopped functioning ceaselessly

The Google My Industry cellular app for iOS and Android not permits you to set up your corporation profile, keep in touch with consumers or see insights. Now while you attempt to get entry to it, the app says “the Google My Industry app is not to be had.”

Screenshot. Here’s a screenshot I took of the app display from my iPhone:

Anticipated. This used to be anticipated, when Google rebranded from Google My Industry to Google Industry Profile closing November, Google informed us then that Google will retire the Google My Industry app totally in 2022. That day has formally come.

Now what. Google is telling you to regulate your Google Industry Profile within the Google Maps app or in Google Seek. Google stated you’ll set up your Industry profile, view your efficiency, and connect to consumers immediately on Google Maps and Seek. You’ll additionally get notifications immediately from the Google Maps app, so remember to set up that Google Maps and log in together with your Industry Profile.

E-mail. Google additionally emailed companies past due closing evening pronouncing “starting July 2022, the Google My Industry cellular app will not be to be had, and the Google Maps app would be the best possible position for replying to buyer messages on cellular. Flip in your notifications to be sure to’re notified via e-mail and Google Maps push notifications for brand new incoming messages. You’ll additionally reply to messages out of your Industry Profile on Google Seek.”

Here’s a screenshot of the e-mail I gained:

Why we care. When you have been acquainted with the usage of the Google My Industry app to keep in touch with consumers, regulate your corporation checklist, take a look at efficiency, and extra – then it is important to transfer to the usage of the Google Maps app or Google Seek. Once more, Google has informed us this transformation is coming or even emailed us a couple of instances that this used to be going to occur quickly. And it has – the Google My Industry app is not.


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