AMP pages will now show original URL in Chrome’s address bar, fundamentally changing how the web works

Google had its 2019 ‘AMP Conf’ in Tokyo today, and announced a series of changes and new features coming to the company’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project. The most important announcement was that AMP pages will now show the original URL in the address bar, which should solve the platform’s greatest point of confusion but it’s only making things worse.

When you tap on an AMP link from Google Search, you aren’t actually taken to the optimized page on the site’s own server.

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AMP pages will now show original URL in Chrome’s address bar, fundamentally changing how the web works was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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