Google web image file format
WebP images are an upgraded version of the JPEG, PNG, and GIF file formats. They save up to 50% on file sizes or can retain the same quality with about half the size. Google introduced WebP format in 2010. Now almost all web browsers support WebP format.
WebP typically achieves an average of 30% more compression than JPEG and JPEG 2000, without loss of image quality (see Comparative Study).
According to caniuse, currently 79.2% of browsers support the WebP image format. That would include Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. Safari will support WebP in version 14, which is expected to be released in September 2020.
WebP offers 26% smaller file sizes than PNG, while still providing transparency and the same quality. WebP loads faster (due to file size) than PNG images.
WebP is used by 3.7% of all the websites.
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