Google AMP results show on mobile search results, leading to pages like the following on iOS Chrome:

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This wastes about a quarter of my phone's screen compared to normal results, e.g.

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On non-AMP pages, the address bar of Chrome for iOS normally hides as you scoll down, but not with AMP.

Is there a way to disable AMP, get the address bar and AMP banner to hide, or easily get to the original page from an AMP page?

  • I've found what I believe is unquestionably the right answer, care to elaborate on anything that's unsatisfactory about it or else accept it?
    – owlswipe
    Dec 4, 2016 at 0:55
  • I think Google will realize that it needs to scroll eventually. It is annoying. I also don't think @owlswipe answer is "unquestionably the right answer" because requesting the desktop page gets the desktop page, not the mobile page. I think I'll go send Chrome feedback on this issue.
    – Tyson
    Dec 4, 2016 at 2:51
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You can easily hide that AMP banner by loading the regular page instead of the AMP page. To do that, hit the three dots in the top-right and choose Request Desktop Site. This works in the iOS and Android versions of Chrome.

For more on what AMPs are, visit ampproject.org.

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