Google is offering developers the chance to make their pages even faster with a new service.

The service, called Page Speed Service, will be offered to web developers and give them the chance to automatically speed up the loading of their web pages. Google's engineering manager Ram Ramani said the service has sped up web pages 25-to-60 percent in tests.

Page Speed Service is the latest in a long line of Google products aimed to speed up webpages. Previously, the company has offered Page Speed Browser extension and mod_pagespeed for the end user as well as Page Speed Online API for developers. Unlike those services, Page Speed Service will not be free.

"At this time, Page Speed Service is being offered to a limited set of webmasters free of charge. Pricing will be competitive and details will be made available later. You can request access to the service by filling out this web form," Ramani said in a blog post.

This service takes content from the developer's servers, rewrites their pages by applying web performance best practices and puts them in place for end users via Google's servers across the globe. All developers have to do is sign up and point their site's DNS entry to Google.

Google is offering a free trial for anyone who wants to see how much faster Page Speed Service can make their site. That can be accessed here.

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