Bing joined the AMP Venture in 2016. In June, the company said its AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) viewer would be available this summer.
Finally, the Bing announced the release of the Bing AMP viewer and the Bing AMP Cache make AMP-enable web pages for the news stories in mobile search. Bing mobile searchers will have the ability to use the AMP-enabled pages from the search results.
This is definitely providing faster user experiences on Bing. Now the bing user will take the benefits of the AMP fast load times while using their mobile browser. A carousel of AMP pages will show at the top of mobile search results. AMP viewer has already started rolling in the United States. In the coming month it will be in other countries.
Mobile news may load faster in the Bing. The Google says that AMP pages will not receive a ranking boost and till now the Bing makes no point out for the rating for the web page. Also, high headlines part with AMP tales are indicated by the lightning bolt icon within the AMP carousel and these tales will load the articles within the AMP viewer by clickig on it same as the Google search result.
Soon, it will available for more links and for the more websites in the Bing search.
Instructions for site owners from Bing. Bing wrote, “The AMP protocol affords the flexibility to cache and serve cached copied AMP content material that’s printed on the net, offering sooner consumer experiences on Bing. With the intention to allow your AMP printed content material inside Bing, it’s essential to permit the Bingbot (our crawler) to fetch AMP content material and permit cross-origin useful resource sharing (CORS) for bing-amp.com area. Most AMP enabled websites and advertisers have already approved the CORS sharing for the ampproject.org area, however now have to additionally bing-
amp.com to the allowed checklist.”