Benchmark Results: HTML5 Performance
HTML5 Composite Score
Once again, Safari has a strong lead over the third-party browsers, nearly doubling their results. Only Maxthon shows a slight lead over the remaining third-party browsers, but even it cannot touch Safari. The rest of the competition practically ties for third place, though Dolphin lags behind a bit.
The charts below contain the individual HTML5 performance benchmark results.
Notes: We had to drop GUIMark2's Vector Charting Test because, for some reason, those tests will not run on Chrome. We substituted the GUIMark3 Vector Test in its place. A single GUIMark HTML5 score, which is included in our HTML5 composite score, is derived from the geometric mean of the three GUIMark HTML5 tests. We test using the FHD image setting in the Mandelbrot Set in HTML5 benchmark.
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All of them are the same since apple doesn't give developers any freedom.Reply
I mean, c'mon ... bt obviouslyReply
Was this review even necessary?Reply
There is no choice of browsers on iOS. None. Every "browser" is just a sub-par Safari wrapper.
It's not like people buy iOS devices for the ability to tailor the device to their liking, after all- it's not called the "reality distortion field" for nothing.
You may have forgotten the useful extra features category, where Chrome for iOS wins by MILES.Reply
But Tom's Hardware, I hate Apple. What about Android?
Such condescension! What about people who actually like Android more? Or find its features more beneficial?
Not every Android user hates Apple.
I like the last paragraphReply
I hope next week we see not only tablet review. I'm more interested in the phone part of Android.Reply
And Ubuntu just release 12.10. This is a good time to have another Ubuntu Web Browser Grand Prix.
I'm curious what the benchmarks would be like if they installed the Nitrous Cydia tweak, which allows third party apps to use the Nitro engine. Any chance we can get a follow-up?Reply
no IE ?Reply
no IE ?