09 Dec '17, 2am

#AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries

The increase in website size and data usage comes at a time when mobile is vital within developing economies , as mobile is a lifeline connection for many countries. This assertion is reaffirmed by data from Google’s Consumer Barometer. For illustration, I’ve pulled device data to compare the US versus the developing economies of India and Kenya. The example clearly shows India and Kenya connect significantly more with mobile devices than desktop or tablet.

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