Apple and Microsoft’s Google Chrome web browser is now 60% more responsive than it was when the two companies first released it more than a decade ago, according to a new analysis by analytics firm Outlook Web App.
Google’s Chrome is now up to 45% faster than it is on iOS, according an analysis of mobile web app performance by Outlook’s web app benchmark.
The Chrome benchmark, which measures how fast browsers perform on a device, measures browser responsiveness in a single browser window and is a measure that Google uses to determine its top mobile web apps, such as Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Play.
Google Chrome was the first major web browser to release with a fully open source developer community, making it easier for developers to bring the latest features and bug fixes to Chrome.
Outlook found Chrome’s performance improvement was due to a combination of the two.
Outlook analyzed the performance of 1.2 million mobile web browsers from the first quarter of 2018 through the end of 2020.
Google Chrome was ranked fourth overall, behind Firefox, Safari, and Opera.
Google and Microsoft also released a browser preview for developers last year, which is a tool that lets developers quickly test browser performance on a browser before they make their browser available to the public.
Microsoft’s Preview program is available for developers through its developer portal.
The program lets developers create apps that use a browser that’s already available for Windows or Mac OS X, but has no public preview yet.
It’s also designed to provide a snapshot of the browser’s performance when new features and bugs are tested on Chrome and other browsers.
Microsoft also made it easier to access the Preview program.
The browser preview is available on Microsoft’s website and through its Microsoft Developer Tools.