Google has recently launched Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), an open – source project aimed at speeding up the mobile web browsing experience.
Google now enables it’s users to find AMP web pages in mobile search results. AMP pages offer “a lightning-fast reading experience for top stories.”
AMP is characterized as a central part of Google’s maniacal mission to clean up the mobile web and boost search revenue on mobiles which will slowly erode the effects of invasive ads and slow responding sites. This project provides an open source approach and allows publishers to focus on content while relying on the shared components for high performance. Distribution across all kinds of platforms is very crucial and AMP thus allows efficient distribution through Google’s high-performance global cache.
In India, mobile Internet users will cross 300 million by 2017 from 159 million users at present. We have the third-largest Internet user base in the world, with more than 300 million users out of which more than 50% use the Internet on mobiles. The necessity of AMP will increase due to this, the new open framework will be built entirely out of existing web technologies. This will allow the websites to build light-weight web pages.
Twitter, Pinterest, WordPress.com, Chartbeat, Parse.ly, Adobe Analytics and LinkedIn are the first group of technology partners planning to integrate AMP HTML pages.
Coders at Digit 9.0 work on web pages with rich content like video, animations, and graphics along with smart ads. We integrate AMP so that same code works across multiple platforms and devices. The content appears the same everywhere in an instant, no matter what type of phone, tablet or mobile device the user is using. We hope Accelerated Mobile Pages protect the free flow of information and ensures the mobile web works better and faster for everyone.