There are all the more reasons to believe that PWAs and AMPs will soon be the mainstream technology for mobile commerce with endless possibilities in which they will get adopted. As we speak, Aliexpress, Guardian, eBay, and Amazon have already implemented it. Thus, we believe that a combination of AMP and PWA will replace mobile websites in the near future.
However, for small businesses and start-ups, the most reliable part of the business will be responsive web designs that they can continue doing their business and adapt to these new technologies with time as they progress and become stable enough to move their stores on them.
With the advent of Mobility, we are seeing a greater penetration of mobile websites and mobile applications. It is an understatement to say that “Mobility is the Future” for the world.
Having said that, current mobile websites and mobile applications though, are mobile friendly and responsive, they are ill equipped to deal with large user data and rapidly changing user evolution that requires an instant connection for better conversation and purchasing. Most experts agree with the fact that, there is a gap in the technology that prevents faster user conversation and engagement.
Everybody knows that Google is the number one search engine and this is no coincidence. The people from Google still want to surprise their users with innovative decisions and their new mobile search engine brings something new to the package. The new and improved responsive design adds a news feed to your starting search page that will show trending topics from your area. This new feature won't be everyone's cup of tea but it's only a matter of time until a huge amount of people start to use it. Time will tell.
In today’s advanced technology times everybody uses high-end mobile devices and search engines. Everybody is aware what Google is, and this is no coincidence. Google is not only the most popular search engine; it is now the first synonym that comes out in our head when thinking about a search engine. And since we use out mobile devices everywhere we go, we turn to Google quite often.