Measure Real-Life Browsing Performance
|Group Tests||Measured Performance||Single Test|
|CSS||Browser capability of rendering object in 2D and 3D andcrunching multiple CSS operations at||• CSS 2D Transform
• CSS 3D Transform
• CSS Crunch
• CSS Resize
|DOM (Document Object Model)||How well your browser traverses in Document Object Model Treeorhow fast your browser can create dynamic content||• DOM Advanced Search
• DOM Create Source
• DOM Dynamic Create
• DOM Search
|Graphics||GPU performance||• HTML5 Canvas
• HTML5 WebGL
• HTML5 SVG
|Conformance||How well browser supports CSS3 – HTML5 – Flash and Silverlight||• Conformity CSS3
• Conformity Flash
• Conformity HTML5
• Conformity Network
• Conformity Silverlight
• Page Load
|Free version||Private server version||Professional version|
|Group test score|
|Test breakdown scores|
|Meta information of each single test|
|Public results comparison|
*Professional version does not save the result when ran in autorun mode
- Devices: Android 4.0, iOS 5, Windows Phone 8
- Browsers: All browsers are supported with the exception of Opera Mini and IE 8.x and older
Cross Platform Comparison
Open a browser on your device and run Browsermark via http://browsermark.rightware.com/ . It is easy to compare scores by running Browsermark again using a different browser.
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