The AMP Browser is an open source web browser based on Chromium, which accelerates web browsing by automatically loading AMP & MIP web pages, saves bandwidth by enabling data compression, and respects privacy by blocking ads and tracking scripts.
- automatically loading AMP & MIP web pages whenever possible,
- highlighting AMP results in Google Search
- switching between AMP and full-blown HTML pages on demand by clicking the ⚡ icon,
- using Google AMP Cache for faster loading,
- using Google Data Saver for less data usage,
- using Data Saver Lo-Fi mode (no images) on very slow connections,
- sending Save-Data request header,
- blocking ads and tracking scripts based on URL patterns,
- using Brotli compression,
- showing internal pages using Material Design,
- using a local New Tab page,
- automatically discarding tabs on low memory,
- throttling expensive background timers,
- fast windows unloading,
- enabling experimental web platform, canvas and JS features.
You can toggle most of the features by right-clicking the ⚡ icon in the top right corner and choosing Options.
Download AMP Browser 61 (beta) portable for 64-bit Windows
Download AMP Browser 61 (beta) for Ubuntu Linux
All releases on GitHub
The AMP Browser provides the Data Saver functionality out of the box, which is bound to the Google Terms of Service. You can disable it by removing the
--enable-spdy-proxy-auth command line switch in the chrlauncher.ini file.