Google announced the WebP format as a new image file format in 2010. It's been over 12 years since then. Like JPEG, WebP is a lossy compression format. However, WebP has better performance and compression efficiency than JPEG at the same image quality.
Using WebP will significantly improve your site's loading speed. Since it is 25-35% smaller in file size than the standard JPEG image, an increasing number of website owners are using WebP image format.
Although WebP has so many advantages, it is still hampered by its compatibility issues.
Most offline image viewers, such as the standard Windows image viewer, are not natively available to open WebP files. You cannot preview or edit WebP directly.
However, I would say that its use is now a one-way street on the internet.
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