With Optima’s recent recall, users will now have the option of using the company’s free app, which makes navigating the site navigable for search engine optimization (SEO) optimizations.
Users can also use the Optima app in Safari, Firefox and Chrome.
Optima said that the recall was triggered by a bug that affected about 10% of its mobile users.
Optimas software was updated in March 2017 to address an issue that made it difficult to see an error message or warning in a search result page, Optima noted in a blog post.
Optimum was notified by Optima in March, Optimum said.
Users are encouraged to install Optima as soon as possible and to use the company app on the Optimal page for all search engines.
Optimal’s app also makes it easier to navigate the site, including a “menu,” which lets users browse to specific categories of results, Optimal said.
The company also said that Optima is working with Google to improve its SEO capabilities.
Optimize is not the first company to recall its products in the wake of an embarrassing search.
In March 2017, Google shut down its own ad network because of the improper use of Google’s AdWords advertising platform.
Google also said it would pay Optima $2 million in fines after it received a similar complaint from Optima.
“Optima is a small but important player in the online ad space,” Optima CEO and co-founder Scott Van Ness said in the company blog post, adding that the company has received about 500 complaints from users about their Optima products.
“It is critical that Optimal keep our users happy and that the Optimum team keeps its customers safe.”
The recall of Optima devices is the latest in a series of events that have happened over the last two years as Google has introduced its own mobile advertising platform, AdWords.
The move has sparked backlash from users who say that the platforms are a “slippery slope” that will make online ads easier to find and monetize.
Google said it is working to improve how users interact with the companies products.