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Redirect AMP pages
Updated over a week ago

One of the handy features 1Blocker Scripts provides is the possibility to redirect AMP in Safari on mobile devices.

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an approach to building and storing websites introduced by Google several years ago, and any website owner can create an AMP version of their site. Without going into too much detail, such web pages are hosted by Google, and they tend to load faster than regular sites.

Such projects maintained by Google are always a big privacy concern. Also, one of the main problems is that there are so many AMP-based search results in Google search, and the end-users have no option to skip them while using Google's search engine.

Gladly, 1Blocker Scripts makes Safari load regular web pages instead of AMP by default. At the same time, the content blocking rules applied by 1Blocker remove lots of unwanted visual elements and trackers, making regular pages load faster, which allows you to keep the balance between privacy and the loading speed.

1Blocker Scripts is managed from the iOS Settings, and it must be enabled on all websites in iOS Settings > Safari > Extensions for this functionality to work properly.

If you come across any difficulties while using 1Blocker Scripts, please, check this tutorial to make sure that everything is configured correctly: Troubleshooting

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