Frequently Asked Questions

We have prepared a list of frequently asked questions from our customers to help you serve instant answers.

What is AMP?

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is an open-source library that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are compelling, smooth, and load near instantaneously for users. Superchargify makes your shopify store AMP compatible. Read more about AMP ›

Why do I need AMP?

AMP makes your pages load instantly on mobile devices. This has shown to improve user experience for customers and increase sales. Google loves AMP and ranks mobile friendly pages higher on search engine on mobile devices.

What is PWA?

PWA (Progressive Web App) is a type of web application that loads like regular web pages or websites but can offer the user functionality such as working offline, push notifications, and device hardware access traditionally available only to native applications.

Why do I need PWA?

Creating a PWA version for your store allows users to install your store on their mobile devices as if it is a native app. This can increase visits to your store and increase sales.

Do I need any technical skills?

Using Superchargify is very easy and does not require any technical knowledge. Once installed, you can choose which parts of your store you want to create AMP pages for and customize look and feel of them using an easy to use WYSIWYG interface.

Can I control which part of my store are converted to AMP?

Yes you can enable AMP for products, collections, categories and blog posts.

What If I add new products or change existing product details?

Don't worry. Superchargify will automatically create new AMP pages and update existing AMP pages as required.

Can I include Analytics?

Yes. You can include Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel in AMP pages using Superchargify.

How long will it take to create AMP version of my store?

Once our app is enabled, it can take a few minutes for us to process your store and create AMP pages. Once created, it may take Google a few days to crawl and index them.