Capacity And Automated De-install Of Linket Mobile Apps With Deep Links

  • Published: May 11, 2017
  • Earliest Priority: Nov 10 2015
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Abstract

Users establish a brand that uses their expertise with a mobile app. A linket is a label for a deep link. A deep link is at minimum 2 items. An id of an app and a network address where the app is run. A Registry maps from a linket to a deep link. A linket can have associated images, audios or videos. The Registry lets users search for linkets. A blockchain can record linkets, later used by an analysis engine to make a social network graph. For a given time slot, a linket owner can define that a maximum number of queries go to a first linket. Other queries go to another person's linket. If a deep link associated with a linket fails to respond, the Registry can be told. It can send a backup deep link to the user device. There can be automated deinstallation of apps used by linkets, when a linket changes its app. A device installs the earlier app via the linket. The device later detects that the linket now points to another app, so the earlier app is no longer used. It can de-install the earlier app or pop-up a dialog to tell the user and ask if it can de-install the app.


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  • Publication: May 11, 2017
  • Application: Nov 10, 2015
    US US 201514757027 A
  • Priority: Nov 10, 2015
    US US 201514757027 A

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