The AMP version of articles on Twitter for Android and iOS is no longer available.
Last year, Google declared that in order to feature in Search’s Top Stories carousel, a website will no longer need to employ Accelerated Mobile Pages. Twitter for Android and iOS now just open the normal version of mobile webpages, continuing the trend away from AMP.
Twitter’s “Publish quicker articles using AMP” developer documentation has been discreetly updated with a “We’re in the process of terminating support for this feature” message, according to Search Engine Land. “Fast-loading, elegant, high-performing mobile web experiences,” according to the business, so that “people read more of your material through Twitter.”
“AMP support will be totally withdrawn in Q4 of 2021,” according to the company, and it appears that it is already in use. The Android and iOS apps just load the entire webpage with standard responsive adjustments.
For AMP fans, this is a welcome shift, especially because iOS developers have written extensions that remove AMP links and reroute to the full site. The URL layout irritated many, and much AMP material lacked feature parity with the regular site version.
Twitter AMP Version. What is it about?
In May 2013, Twitter announced Twitter Amplify, a video advertising platform for media firms and consumer brands. The service allows broadcasters to post in-tweet video snippets that are accompanied by pre-roll or post-roll adverts in real-time.