ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages
View the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) version of webpages
What is ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages?
ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages is a Chrome extension that speeds up webpages on popular sites by using the available Accelerated Mobile Pages. It provides automatic redirection to the accelerated version, modifies links for faster loading times and supports BBC News, The Verge, The Guardian, and Buzzfeed.
The Accelerated Desktop Pages (ADP) extension speeds up web pages on sites like BBC News, The Guardian, Buzzfeed and The Verge.
The extension does this by using the available Accelerated Mobile Pages. These are web pages that have been generated to load much much faster. They're slimmed down versions of the desktop page and are cached by Google all around the world for even fast loading times.
- ADP toolbar icon displays blue when the current page has an accelerated version available. Click on the toolbar icon to be taken to the accelerated page
- Automatic redirection on detecting that the current page has accelerated version available
- Automatically modifying all links on the website to point to their accelerated version
Features can be enabled/disabled in the extension settings.
Currently Supports BBC News | The Verge | The Guardian | Buzzfeed
ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages if you trust the publisher.
ADP Project - Accelerated Desktop Pages has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.
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