Rated 5 out of 5by doc, 2 years ago
Perfect! I am free of AMPs, a plague for the web. I am using it on Kiwi as I can't install it on Fennec :( (except for using collections tip but it allows only one extension)
- Rated 4 out of 5by bokchoi, 5 months agoneeded to create a custom list to install on android. doesn't work when i click the link from google search, i have to click "refresh" in order for the addon to do its thing on Firefox for Android.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Jeremiah Lee, 7 months agoDe-AMP for Firefox. Bypass Google-hosted AMP pages and go directly to the original website. Similar to Brave browser’s De-AMP, only this extension came first. Excellent!
- Rated 5 out of 5by 17184668, a year agoAn awesome add-on!
Unfortunately I found some pages from Google News still stay in AMP on Mobile Firefox Nightly (I enabled this add-on on Android and it seems to work fine with many pages. Great.)
Some examples not redirected to HTML:
(URL shown on page top button: https://www.fukuishimbun.co.jp/articles/amp/1458741)
(URL shown on page top button: https://www.fnn.jp/articles/amp/287013)
- Rated 5 out of 5by Chuckleslovakia, 2 years agoUnfortunately it doesn't have a whitelist so it (Rarely!) borks a few sites here and there. I leave it off unless it's explicitly needed. I very much appreciate the idea and drive to get rid of amp links.
If anyone is wondering, here's the most barebones breakdown of what AMP does: it can speed up certain sites' load-times but it's also just another sneaky user data...