Reply to post: Re: The user experience is still the worst thing about AMP

Google unplugs AMP, hooks it into OpenJS Foundation after critics turn up the volume

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Re: The user experience is still the worst thing about AMP

In my opinion AMP looks worse anyway. On a regular page I can zoom in and out, all the required page elements are present, tables aren't mangled (a mojor gripe with AMP for me) and the majority of the time the page is more responsive.

But it's become increasingly difficult to get the full-fat version of the page to display. Right now I use a combination of firefox mobile, AMP to HTML extension and 'request desktop site' button in the browser (it's a pity that can't be set to always-on).

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