Test your web page load speed and size
- Test your page's load speed and size
- See a breakdown of each element with response time, load time and file size
- Easily spot bottlenecks
- See uncompressed and compressed size of files and so easily see the benefit of the server's gzip service
- See total page weight
- Have multiple pages open at the same time
- Retina screen compatible
Do your pages load as quickly as they could? It could be down to a third-party plugin or code, or an unnecessarily large image. These will be easy to spot with ReActivity
Page load speed is now taken into account by Google so a slow page is bad news for your search engine optimisation (SEO) as well as your visitor experience.
For all of this with more functionality plus link checking, SEO checks, HTML validation and other advanced features, please see Scrutiny
ReActivity is the page analysis tool from Scrutiny built as a standalone app.
Current version requires Mac OSX 10.7 or higher, Intel. 10.10 (Yosemite) supported.
10.5 & 10.6 users should download version 2.0.1
What should I do with the downloaded file?
Open the .dmg file and find the application inside. If you want to keep using ReActivity, drag and drop it into your Applications folder. To keep it in your dock, right-click or click-and-hold on its dock icon and choose 'Keep in dock'.
released July 2014
- Adds support for non-ascii urls
- Implements ARC for better memory management
- Adds 'Copy URL' in table view context menu
- Adds 7-day trial and licence key (£1.50 / $2.50)
released June 2014
- Fixes hang or crash when sorting certain columns of page analysis table
released January 2014
- Adds File > Recents so that your websites can be accessed quickly
- Adds small thumbnail preview to confirm you're testing the right page (a typo is easy and not always obvious)
- Adds loading progress bar to each file
- Adds 'stop' button (closing the window doesn't actually stop the page loading in the background)
released October 2012
Shows uncompressed and compressed size of files where gzip is being used by the server. So webmasters can easily see the benefit of their servers' gzip service and the actual 'transferred' weight.
released September 2012