Speed problems in mobile devices

Hi Everyone

I am frustrated about my site speed. how can I resolve these issues

Thanks in Advance

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Hi there. What have you tried so far?

My starting point is always https://web.dev/measure All you need is follow the suggestions. But optimizing a site could be time consuming.

which method should I apply for?
please advice

Since we don’t really have a clear understanding of what you have tried, and how it works, or even how your website is built, I can only refer you to a generic article.

Following points to optimize speed of sites in Mobile devices can give some idea.

-Identify pages with excessive RTRs.
-Combine files where possible.
-Optimize the order of rendering.
-Create a page load strategy.
-Compress everything that you can.
-Cache the right pages at the right time.

I think you follow these steps then your issue will be gone hope so.

Best Practices to Speed Up Your Website

Reduce the Number of HTTP Requests. …
Switch to HTTP/2. …
Optimize Image Sizes. …
Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN) …
Write Mobile-First Code. …
Minimize Time to First Byte. …
Choose the Right Hosting Service Plan. …
Implement Gzip Compression.

Not ample storage area on device.
Too many open apps or programs.
Poor battery health.
Running an older running system.
Spotty web connection.
Phone is overheating.

All of the things that you list are client side issues, over-which the website has no control. How would you propose someone fix problems that exist on the client’s device?

The fastest running websites will be those hosted on CDNs world wide using edge locations. No server application sitting on a single data center can contend with a lean mean static site on a CDN distributed across hundreds of highly populated regions around the world or specific market. Many platforms like WordPress have ways to convert the client side site to a static site which can then be hosted on a variety of CDN options even multiples on a hybrid cloud. Static sites can be served within milliseconds depending on the edge location distance from the end user. Not to mention hosting static sites is highly cost effective in comparison to server applications.

Edge data centers are small data centers that are located close to the edge of a network** . They provide the same devices found in traditional data centers, but are contained in a smaller footprint, closer to end users and devices.

A content delivery network, or content distribution network, (CDN) is a geographically distributed network of proxy servers and their data centers. The goal is to provide high availability and performance by distributing the service spatially relative to end users.

In terms of user experience the websites that reduce requests and new page loads will always run faster more efficiently than those that require excessive network requests and/or hitting the server constantly to produce new pages. Taking things even further than a CDN by using JavaScript to change content in the browser without needing to hit the server over and over goes a long way building highly performant and pleasant web experiences. Having said this care must be taken when using JavaScript to provide accessible and SEO friendly pages as well.