Google has introduced what it called WebLite in Nigeria which brings faster and more affordable access to the web across Africa. Recall that recently, the Google introduced YouTube Go to Africa, to be specific, I am talking about Nigeria now.
And, now the tech company is bringing on weblite to the country. According to Google,
“Whether you’re commuting to work, searching for the latest sports news, or for the phone number of a nearby restaurant, quick access to information from the web is crucial.
“In Africa, we see that nearly 40% of people with Android devices may be experiencing a slow or delayed connection while they’re on the web due to usage of low RAM devices,”
The tech giant said it is now introducing a feature that will aid users to get the info they’re looking for quicker, easier and more affordably.
Google went further and said, “Now for most of Africa, when you search on Google with a low RAM device via the Google App, Chrome or Android browser, web pages that you access from Google’s search results page will be optimized to load faster and use less data.”