Mobile users have high expectations for mobilewebsite and application performance
71% of mobile web users expect websites to load as    quickly, almost as quickly or faster on their mobile    phone compar...
57% of mobile web users had a problem in the past    year when accessing a website and 47% had a    problem accessing an a...
Slow load time was their number one issue,    closely followed by sites and apps that    crashed, froze, or displayed an e...
46% of mobile web users are unlikely to return to a    website that they had trouble accessing from their    phone and 57%...
A mobile site or application that is slow, orworse malfunctioning, negatively impactsrevenue and damages brand equity
74% of mobile web users are only willing    to wait 5 seconds or less for a single web    page to load before leaving the ...
Yet 77% of top North American companies across multiple    verticals deliver mobile page load times of more than 5 seconds...
Do you know if:• Your mobile site and app meet your mobile end-users’  experience expectations?• Your third parties and ve...
Don’t leave your mobile users’ website  and application experiences to chanceDownload the complete report "What Users Want...
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  1. 1. Mobile users have high expectations for mobilewebsite and application performance
  2. 2. 71% of mobile web users expect websites to load as quickly, almost as quickly or faster on their mobile phone compared to the computer they use at home – up from 58% in 2009Compared to websites that you access from your home computer or laptop, how quickly do you expect websites to finish loading on your mobile phone?Base: China (n=506), India (n=500), US (n=1,001), France (n=507), UK (n=500), Australia (n=500), Germany (n=500)
  3. 3. 57% of mobile web users had a problem in the past year when accessing a website and 47% had a problem accessing an app on their phoneWithin the last 12 months, have you encountered a problem when accessing a website from your mobile phone?Within the last 12 months, have you encountered a problem when accessing an application from your mobile phone?Base: China (n=506), India (n=500), US (n=1,001), France (n=507), UK (n=500), Australia (n=500), Germany (n=500)
  4. 4. Slow load time was their number one issue, closely followed by sites and apps that crashed, froze, or displayed an errorWhich of the following describes what went wrong (select all that apply)? (website) Base: Experienced a problem (N= 2299)Which of the following describes what went wrong (select all that apply)? (app) Base: Experienced a problem (N= 1879)
  5. 5. 46% of mobile web users are unlikely to return to a website that they had trouble accessing from their phone and 57% are unlikely to recommend the siteHow likely are you to return to a website on your mobile phone if you experienced problems the last time you tried it?How likely are you to recommend a website on your mobile phone if you experienced problems the last time you tried it?Base: China (n=506), India (n=500), US (n=1,001), France (n=507), UK (n=500), Australia (n=500), Germany (n=500)
  6. 6. A mobile site or application that is slow, orworse malfunctioning, negatively impactsrevenue and damages brand equity
  7. 7. 74% of mobile web users are only willing to wait 5 seconds or less for a single web page to load before leaving the siteHow long are you willing to wait for a single Web page to load on your mobile phone before leaving the site?Base: China (n=506), India (n=500), US (n=1,001), France (n=507), UK (n=500), Australia (n=500), Germany (n=500)
  8. 8. Yet 77% of top North American companies across multiple verticals deliver mobile page load times of more than 5 secondsBased on 60 companies and data from the April 2011 Gomez Mobile Website Performance Benchmarks - http://www.compuware.com/application-performance-management/mobile-benchmarks.html
  9. 9. Do you know if:• Your mobile site and app meet your mobile end-users’ experience expectations?• Your third parties and vendors deliver the performance and availability your users demand?• Your mobile sites and applications perform as intended across the devices and networks your customers use?
  10. 10. Don’t leave your mobile users’ website and application experiences to chanceDownload the complete report "What Users Want From Mobile" now - http://ow.ly/5FCoX

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