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Former Googler, Pedro Dias said on Twitter that AMP should not be used as a replacement for a mobile-friendly website. John Muller and others disagreed.
According to a recent report from Hitwise, nearly 60 percent of all Online Searches are now carried out on a mobile device, with some sectors reaching 72 percent.
Gary Illyes revealed at the recent Friends of Search conference that they are moving toward the launch of the Mobile First Index, but may still be a few months out.
Rich Cards, the new mobile search result format for Recipes and Movies, has now been extended to cover Local Restaurants and Online courses.
Bing has confirmed that it will not be following in the footsteps of Google, with their new Mobile-first Index.
Google has announced that they will now crawl and index the mobile version of the web page when indexing your website. We discuss what this means for you and how to prepare for the new Mobile-first index.
In a recent announcement, Google has confirmed that beginning in May 2016 they will increase the effect of the mobile-friendliness ranking signal.
There are some reports that Google is testing a larger ranking boost for mobile-friendly websites.
Google's Gary Illyes has recently confirmed that Google's New Mobile Friendly Algorithm has now been fully rolled out but pages will need to be recrawled.