"Remove AMP" Setting
I hate having my webpages on mobile re-rendered by Google AMP.
Kiwi Browser has a feature to replace these links on Google search with the proper website link. I would love for Vivaldi to have this feature too since it is my favourite browser. Now that Kiwi's source code has been opened it should be possible to see how they did it.
(Right now all AMP pages are in fact broken for me on Vivaldi Mobile - that is a separate issue, but speaks to the intrusiveness of the technology.)
I'd like the opposite: I want Vivaldi to give me the AMP version of a webpage, when available.
And that's really the same feature request, when you get down to it. Vivaldi's about putting the user in control, rather then the website. So let the user decide if he wants the AMP, non-AMP mobile, or desktop version of a webpage.
I think this is a duplicate of https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/42529/google-search-with-amp-disabled-direct-links
Vivaldi should keep amp rendering because
- It loads faster.
- It doesn't give adblock warning
I think saying that "Vivaldi should keep amp rendering" is misleading. Because as things stand now: It's not Vivaldi that controls if the user gets the AMP or non-AMP version of the webpage. It's the website the links to the webpage. I'll show you what I mean, by linking to the AMP and non-AMP versions of the same webpage:
And I like AMP too, because AMP pages are much less bloated.