Last fall Google announced Accelerated Mobile Pages — an open-source project to speed up the mobile web by changing how web pages are built and displayed. The project, which followed similar efforts from Facebook and Apple, promises to result in pages that load four times as fast and use 10 times less data than traditional pages. After a four-month technical preview that involved hundreds of publishers, including Vox Media, The Verge’s parent company, AMP results will begin appearing in Google search results today.
Google’s answer to Facebook Instant Articles is now available on the mobile web
written by TechKnock Feb 24, 2016
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