Adam Douglas I don't suppose anybody here knows if Chrome for iOS uses V8/Apple's Nitro? I prefer Chrome to Safari but not if it's significantly slower.
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Mark Dain Appears to still be using JavaScriptCore (I think that's the name for the slow JS engine that's used in UIWebView): en.wikipedia.org/w...
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Martijn AFAIK Chrome on iOS uses Apple's build-in rendering engine for apps (UIWebView). I seem to recall this is different from (and worse than) Safari on iOS, even. Apple doesn't allow other rendering engines.
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Adam Douglas Yeah, that's what I thought. Thanks for confirming.
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🏒 Lucian Marin Run the SunSpider benchmark in both?
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