Brave Unveils Feature to Bypass ‘Harmful’ Google AMP Pages

Brave Unveils Feature to Bypass __39;Harmful__39; Google AMP Pages

Brave, a Chromium-based browser, has added a new feature called De-AMP that allows users to circumvent Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages framework (AMP) and go straight to websites. 

The goal of AMP, according to Google, is to improve website performance in order to build “user-first experiences.” The De-AMP functionality is already available in the Nightly and Beta versions of Brave, and it will be enabled in the future 1.38 Desktop and Android versions before being published on iOS. 

According to Google’s website, the goal of AMP is to improve website speed so that “user-first experiences” may be created.

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/brave-introduces-feature-to-bypass-harmful-google-amp-pages/

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