Latest News on Accelerated Mobile Pages
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Feb 13, 2018
Google is likely to take on Snapchat as it brings ‘Stories’ format to its searchGoogle said it eventually plans to bring 'AMP stories to more products across Google, and expand the ways they appear in Google Search.'
Dec 12, 2017
Google beats Facebook to become main source of external page views for publishers in 2017: ReportFacebook sent 25 percent less traffic to publishers in 2017, while Google increased its traffic by 17 percent.
Aug 20, 2017
YouTube brings a new 'Breaking News' feed across all platformsCurrently 'Breaking News' update is available on both Android and iOS. It is yet to be rolled out completely and seems to be rolling out in batches.
Aug 17, 2017
Online travel portal Yatra launches 'Smart Watch Wear' app for easy access to travel bookingsSmart Watch Wear App by Yatra will give access to booking flow of flights, hotels, buses, trains, home-stays, activities and cabs.
Feb 07, 2017
Google integrates accelerated mobile pages in search, allowing for native url sharingGoogle is introducing a header bar showing the original URL of the content allowing for easy sharing by users.
Oct 13, 2016
Google announced the rollout of Accelerated Mobile Pages for mobile results in IndiaTechnology giant Google on Wednesday announced the roll-out of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for mobile search results in India that will load web pages at a lightning fast speed.
Jul 01, 2016
eBay makes mobile browsing snappier by using open source AMP technologyeBay is using the technologies developed by the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) initiative to make mobile browsing on its website faster.
Feb 26, 2016
Google AMP project for mobile devices to challenge Facebook's 'Instant Articles'Aiming to improve the performance of the mobile web, Google has announced the rollout of its new open source initiative called Accelerated Mobile Pages
Oct 08, 2015
Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages promises faster page loadsAccelerated Mobile Pages are just like any other HTML page, but with a limited set of allowed technical functionality...