Mar 17, 2011

Android can surf the Web faster than iPhone

According to the results of an independent testing new Android 2.3 is capable of loading web pages faster than 52% of iPhone IOS 4.3.

Blaze Software conducted thousands of field tests to determine the speed and reliability of navigation on mobile Internet - a total of 45,000 tests - including Google iPhone Nexus S and 4 updated with the latest information about iPhone software. The tests were carried out with the respective phone integrated into the browser.

Sites stress test repeated in the Fortune Top 1000 sites are involved, via Wi-Fi and 3G. These sites are loaded 84% faster Android.

A lof of focus on the right side of the 4G mobile industry and now the company to get in a position to the fastest browsing experience on the Web. But many of them also has to do with the hardware. Neither S nor the iPhone 4G Nexus 4 in a position, but both on the same 3G network data. These results suggest that the phone even more important than the company you choose.

The study showed that when a site is optimized for mobile use, the iPhone also responding. The sites charge 39% faster than standard web sites on the iPhone. In Android, mobile sites for loading of 8% faster than standard websites optimized, but because he has already instructed the normal ranges very quickly.

There is also some doubt whether the browser is involved in the integrated browser, Android, is designed specifically for the mobile environment. Although Google has it as "Chrome Lite" is a product designed specifically for Android phones.

The iPhone, however, are using a browser that is much more similar to their Apple computer counterparts. Mobile Safari browser uses the power of more than the Android browser, may have an impact on website load times.