Automatically redirects AMP pages to their canonical HTML equivalent.
Automatically redirects any Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) pages to their regular HTML equivalent. When you see an AMP page, you’re likely seeing a page served directly by Bing or Google who can suck in information about what you do on that page. Keep the web decentralized and say “No!” to search engines that want to take control over the web. AMP pages are designed for small-screen devices and often don’t translate well to larger screens. The extension can be especially useful if you receive links from people who’re on their mobile devices while you’re on your desktop computer.
- (2019-09-15) Nam Eric Doan: Works well, and you don't even remember that it's installed. Besides issues surrounding anti-competitiveness and taking the browsing choices from users, AMP pages don't render everything correctly. I was reading an article on a major news site and noticed missing chunks of embedded twitter posts, and immediately checked to see that it was indeed an AMP link. Now, this may have been caused by AMP links not mixing well with Ad Block Plus, but I sure as hell am not uninstalling that. Downloading this extension let me see the all the content that was missing.
- (2019-06-13) Ben Carr: Works as described. Very pleased with it, no more manual removing amp related strings from URLS!
- (2019-05-31) Miguel C: Works beautifully with kiwi browser
- (2019-02-07) Arno Nymos: AMP pages are a pain in the back for blocking ads. Thanks to this wonderful extension, Firefox got the default browser at my mobile device. Thank god, Firefox is there and allows extensions. And I'm honest: My default browser on my PC is Google Chrome. Thanks again for this masterpiece!
- (2019-02-04) ꜱᴩʀɪᴛᴇ➀: Seems to do what it says. Good job 👍
- (2020-04-16, v:2.1.0) Daniel Hurter: Availability on Samsung Internet
Any chance of making this available for Samsung Internet users via the Galaxy Apps store? Would be great to have this functionality on my phone as well.