And here’s the latest Real User Performance data that we’d like to share with you…
— Browsing speed is improving: Last year the average click took 6 seconds, this year it’s 5.5 seconds, with an Apdex customer satisfaction score of .87 (good, but not great).
— Chrome on Mac is by far the fastest experience: Specifically Chrome 13 on Mac took just under 2.5 seconds (2.4 seconds to be exact!):
— Internet Explorer is still in the game: IE is the most popular browser in use on Windows (40%):
— And IE is the most used overall on desktops and laptops with 36% share:
— IE 9 beats out all the others in speed test on Windows:
— Chrome is closing the gap: it’s the number two browser across OSs, with roughly 33% of share on Windows:
— And Chrome enjoys a 19% share of browsing on Mac:
— Mobile browsing is almost twice as slow as PC or desktop browsing: Fastest speed on mobile averages 6.2 seconds. And the fastest mobile experience is Blackberry Opera Mini! Who knew?:
— Desktop and laptop browsers are twice as fast as mobile at 2.58 seconds on average:
Data snapshot from March 22, 2012 between the hours of 12 noon and 3 pm PT. During this period, New Relic monitored browser performance at the rate of approximately 690,000 page views per minute.