Hermit is the First Browser with native support for Automatic Redirection for AMP pages. If a site has a mobile-optimized AMP version, Hermit can load it automatically instead of the bloated regular page.
Accelerated Mobile Pages load 4× times faster and are 10× smaller than regular Web pages. Today, more than 600 MILLION pages from 700,000 site publishers support this new standard, including Google, Reddit, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, BBC, Mashable, Time, WordPress (as of October 2016, and growing fast). Used together with the in-built Ad Blocker (no plug-ins required, always updated), Web pages load blazingly fast in Hermit.
On slower (high latency) networks, or with certain sites, Automatic AMP Redirection may take longer than expected because Hermit first needs to check whether an AMP version is available. In such cases, you can turn it off for the specific Lite App (while still keeping it on for all your other Lite Apps.)
When you turn AMP Redirection on, you’ll see the AMP Button on any page that is automatically redirected. To load the original page instead, just tap on the AMP Button. To toggle back, tap it again.
Here’s an infographic about AMP from the AMP Project’s site.