Public Facebook information, including Pages, Groups, and Events, already shows up on Google searches on a computer. So what’s changed? Now, when someone conducts a Google search on an Android smartphone (sorry iOS & Windows phone users) and clicks on a result that leads back to Facebook, they’ll be taken to the relevant page within the Facebook app. This step may help Google become the dominant search engine for mobile devices, as the promise to bring people directly to where they want to go could entice more mobile users to search via Google. Facebook, as well, hopes to benefit by having more people stay within the Facebook app after landing there from a Google search.