Google has officially announced that it recently updated Google App’s iOS version, to make it much faster than its predecessor. The company claims to have cut down on the loading speed of the app by including some new features that will enable people to save time and access information at a faster rate.
This means that the app will not only open quickly, but it will also allow searches to be conducted on the platform at a faster rate. Moreover, Google claims that the additional speed booster will help users save about 6.5 million hours of time collectively, by year end.
Also, this will be the first time that Google’s AMP pages will make their debut in the iOS version of the app. Google’s going to unleash AMP enabled pages with the traditional lightning bolt symbol, the way they show up in mobile SERPs.
Besides speeding up the app and enabling integration of AMP pages, Google App’s iOS version sports another new feature that allows users to access Google Now Cards, to view highlights of their favorite sports. To use this feature without leaving the app, users must click the play button and watch the highlights that show up in Google Now Cards.