Google's Fast-Loading Webpages Are Getting A New Name
Google's Fast-Loading Webpages Are Getting A New Name

We all know very well that the tech giant Google wants us to have the best experience when it comes to browsing from the computer, but even more from the smartphone. Hence, now, according to the reports, the tech giant Google’s fast-loading webpages are getting a new name.

Google’s Fast-Loading Webpages Are Getting A New Name

The tech giant Google wants us to have the best experience when it comes to browsing from the computer, but even more from the smartphone. Since 2013 digital trends have started to appear oriented towards user productivity, and nowadays they have matured sufficiently advanced to offer us a level of aesthetics and phenomenal performance.

Well, as an example we must put the tech giant Google’s web browser Google Chrome the most famous browser in the world. The tech giant Google introduced “Accelerated Mobile Pages” in the year 2016 and is nothing more than a label that appears in search results made through a Smartphone. But what is it for? Simple, it works to tell us that a web page loads very fast.

Undoubtedly, this is a very important feature for many users and even more so for those who move in the world of web development as a whole, because knowing such values helps to study the level of competition that is required.

Although, there is a problem with this denotation since the basic level users will not know what the above-mentioned tag refers to and will almost never know the loading time of a web.

AMP Instant
AMP Instant

For this and more, the tech giant Google has sought a new and improved alternative to indicate that a website loads super fast. This is the label “Instant” which will appear in the small description of the web in the Google Chrome browser.

However, we should point out that such a tag is not available in its entirety, as there are many websites that still have the old “AMP” tag, although of course, presumably soon we will see many websites with the update.

Yes, simply it is a name update only, “Instant” arrives to impersonate “AMP” as the default tag. However, from the tech giant Google, we could expect another type of functionality with the new label rather than simply a popularity.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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