Does Google allow cloaking on mobile?
Cloaking is not done with Google, that's something everybody will know. A post on the Google Webmaster Central Blog however does point towards cloaking being a possibility. You just have to be careful.
They talk about switching content based on User-agent:
"However, note that if you fail to configure your site correctly, your site could be considered to be cloaking, which can lead to your site disappearing from our search results. Cloaking refers to an attempt to boost search result rankings by serving different content to Googlebot than to regular users. This causes problems such as less relevant results (pages appear in search results even though their content is actually unrelated to what users see/want), so we take cloaking very seriously.
Let us know what your take is on this.
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