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Federico Viticci
Very nice: when sharing AMP pages to iMessage or Reading List, iOS 11 Safari automatically removes AMP’s crap from the URL. Go Apple 👍
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Helper Monkey 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci
Wow. That’s surprising considering iOS won’t let apple news links work on my phone because I uninstalled the Apple News app. 👎
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Federico Viticci 23 Aug 17
Replying to @_helpermonkey
Yup. That’s dumb. But at least Apple News is a standalone app, unlike Google search.
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Josh Evenson 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci
I don't understand why this is a good thing, why don't people like AMP?
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Federico Viticci 23 Aug 17
Replying to @joshin_my_tots @gruber
Pretty much everything said here
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Jan Vitturi 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci
Is it specific for Google AMP? Maybe it just gets the canonical URL from the page source?
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Federico Viticci 23 Aug 17
Replying to @jan4843
Specific for AMP.
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Marc Robinson 🉑 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci @marcoarment
I'm surprised an AMP content blocker hasn't shown up by now.
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Marcelo Ávalos 23 Aug 17
God, I'd instantly install it
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Abishek Muthian 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci
TL of AMP, says AMP policy recommends the canonical URL to be shared where ever technically possible. Src:
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Jonathan Badeen 23 Aug 17
Replying to @viticci @marcoarment
But they have no problem adding an intermediate link for things shared out of their News app.
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