Google is now working with a company called Wix to help optimize the performance of its website.
The company, which specializes in optimizing webpages for speed, announced its partnership with Wix earlier this month to help websites speed up and improve.
Wix, founded in 2012 by co-founders Chris Wanstrath and Peter Thiel, specializes in serving up customized websites for mobile devices.
Its main business is serving as a content delivery network for websites.
Wux is a subsidiary of Amazon Web Services, the world’s largest cloud hosting provider, and its product is aimed at improving websites for the speed and performance they provide.
According to Wix, its goal is to deliver optimized webpages to the fastest users.
Wix also says that its website optimizers work on the backend, and so, in the end, it is up to the user to take control.
“We think that people will be able to get their website to be as fast as possible on their devices,” Wix CEO Alexei Wozny said.
“We think the same is true for other platforms, so we think it’s great for the user.”
Wix’s product, which is aimed primarily at Android, is free for users and offers free premium features for users who upgrade to the service.
The service has also been available on Windows devices, Mac and Linux, and is available on Amazon’s Prime Now and Windows Store apps.
Wiz says its Wix optimizers are available in the Google Play store, the App Store and on the Wix app store, which has a total of 10,000+ different widgets.