Now mobile use is growing rapidly and changing the face of digital publishing. The development of a handful of new technologies designed to deliver visitors faster, richer mobile experiences. This includes things like Google’s AMP and PWA. That’s where the features of these two applications/technologies come into play. They safeguard the mobile searches as well as the searchers.


Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is the latest Google feature developed for the home screens of smartphones & other mobile devices with modern web technologies including App Shell model that provide features such as push notifications, offline webpages, and fast load timings. These are simple web pages with modern browsing features which makes these web pages to appear as a normal mobile application.


AMP is an open-source library that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are compelling, smooth, and load near instantaneously for users. AMP pages are just web pages that you can link to and are controlled by you. AMPs are scripts developed on an open source platform to help websites load their content as fast as possible in mobile devices.

What is the difference between AMP and PWA?

  • AMP are scripts developed on an open source platform to-help websites load their content as fast as possible in mobile devices.

  • PWA is Web Apps or a Website Page which provide the looks of a general Mobile Application.

  • PWAs operate quicker in comparison to AMPs.

  • PWAs are reliable in providing all information to the user, which AMPs lack as they remove many scripts which you’ve added on your website to improve the conversion rate.

  • They provide a-high engagement rate, which AMPs lack.

  • It helps to get the informative content in front of users in the shortest possible time.

  • AMP increases a site’s discoverability because Google promotes AMP-enabled sites in search results via the AMP icon.

  • AMPs look and function exactly like the non-AMP versions. But AMPs load much, much faster.

  • AMP generates an outstandingly fast browsing experience on mobiles.

  • PWA has the ability to access content while offline.

  • In PWA, you can manage all of it together as one while giving all user the choice of how they want-to interacts with your property on mobile devices.

  • AMP runs JavaScript on-a validated set of extended HTML.

  • PWA consumes very low network to open up. PWA is also used to re-engage the user with its push notification feature.

  • AMPs are ranked higher than a normal web page.



You can share your experiences with us in the comment section regarding which one AMP or PWA makes your site faster. Thank you!

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