Google has made changes to its mobile search engine that should make clicking on results between 200-400 milliseconds faster on Chrome and Safari.
The company revealed on Thursday that it had added support for the ‘a ping’ tag. The feature allows Google to send its URL redirector request as an asynchronous call instead of waiting for a response before rerouting users to the desired page. Currently, only mobile versions of Chrome and Safari support the tag.
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