To my knowledge and research, this is not a service available to mobile devices without special software.
That is my understanding as well, based on my limited research (I do not have an Android device, and am not an Android developer.) My understanding is that these are discovery features you can add to an app you are developing, so that it can use mDNS to discover services being offered by other apps. But it does not appear to support looking for devices using .local names without adding such support to an app? (The standard web browser does not appear to have this support?)
Last year, using another device, not a Yun, I was able to set up mDNS on the device and access the device using a .local name on a computer browser, or an iOS browser, but not with a colleague's Android device. The only way we could reach the device from Android was by using the IP address.
Sonnyyu, are you saying that you can use your Android device to access your Yun's web interface by simply typing the .local address into the web browser address bar of the Android device? If so, you are the first one to report this (or at least the first report that I've seen.) If that's the case, my project manager would be very happy to hear how it's done, as we have not been able to accomplish it.
the new ip address of arduino followed with "/sd/TemperatureWebPanel" allows to connect my mobile phone.
So you are using the numeric IP address, and not the .local name of the Yun? The need to do that would be consistent with my limited experiences with Android devices.