Analyze your site’s speed and make it faster.
GTmetrix gives you insight on how well your site loads and provides actionable recommendations on how to optimize it.
Pushed out some SSL changes that should fix testing some https sites. Let us know if you run into any issues!April 26, 2016
Vancouver and London test servers now running latest browsers: Firefox 45.0.2 and Chrome 50.0.2661.75!April 19, 2016
All the test servers in London are now on our new platform (new Firefox and Chrome)! Note that the IPs have changed https://t.co/w9T2ZVKWfGApril 12, 2016
Started migrating our test servers in London to our new platform!April 8, 2016
GTmetrix tells you a lot about your website performance.
Our Report gives you the full picture on how your site loads and helps you detect where bottlenecks are.
Key features include:
- PageSpeed and YSlow scores and Recommendations
- Page Load Details (time, size, number of requests)
- Various Analysis Options
- Waterfall, Video and Report History
Get more insight on the inner workings of your site.
Additional features give you details and data beyond an initial glance.
Schedule GTmetrix to test your pages daily, weekly or monthly to ensure your site stays optimized.
GTmetrix PRO users get access to hourly monitoring.
Set up Monitored Alerts
Get alerts if your page triggers a certain condition!
Set numerous conditions based on PageSpeed/YSlow score, Page load time, Total Page size, etc, and get an e-mail notification whenever any are triggered.
Test from Multiple Regions
Analyze the loading of your site from different regions around the world to see how users in the area would see it.
12 servers in 7 different areas globally gives you a wide geographic reach for analyzing your sites.
Analyze with Mobile
See your page performance on an actual Android phone!
GTmetrix visits your page through an Android phone to get real world performance data on your page load.
Record a video of your page loading and pinpoint exactly where bottlenecks occur!
Slow your playback up to 4 times the original speed, jump to major page load milestones, and get a filmstrip view that gives you a different visualization of your page load.