After years in the making, Google has fully transitioned to mobile-first indexing, the search engine giant announced Tuesday. This means Google prioritizes mobile versions when crawling pages and indexing content. The following year, the company started the process of mobile-first indexing by crawling mobile pages rather than desktop. Related Changes To Search ConsoleIn a related change, Google is removing indexing crawler data from Search Console, its webmaster tool. The years-long transition to mobile-first indexing reflects the increasing centrality of mobile devices to internet use worldwide.