Page Speed Booster

Boost your page speed and conversion rate in JUST 30 seconds!

  • Popular with businesses in the United States

Price: Free


4.7 of 5 stars

The overall rating reflects the current state of the app. It accounts for all app reviews but prioritizes the most recent ones.

  • 5 of 5 stars
    86% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 4 of 5 stars
    7% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 3 of 5 stars
    2% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 2 of 5 stars
    2% of ratings are 2 stars
  • 1 of 5 stars
    3% of ratings are 1 stars
8 reviews

Sea Cliff Hemp Remedies

I installed this app because it said my site speed would be better in 30 seconds. It only improved by 1%


Está muy por debajo del promedio de velocidad, la indicación del Online store speed de Shopify está en 42, lo cual me indica que no va muy bien esta aplicación...

Kelly Met

I want the best speed better every day I wait you what ever time for the answer more customers visited and buy something


let me check first how much increase speed on the website, then i will give you the exact rating. thanks


I used the app and on the first day, the pagespeed for mobile improved from 39 to 52. However, on the next day it fell down again to 42. Seems that in the long term the app is not effective.

Developer reply

July 7, 2021


First of all, thank you for your interest in our app.

Regarding your question,

- This application will not increase or decrease any page load speed measures such as Pingdom or GTmetrix, Page Speed Insight, or others. Your site is not technically faster, but the user experience is highly optimized. It is also important to understand that these test tools look at the first page. Our technology is triggered on the second page. Thus you won't see any improvement in their rating. However, browse your site once the application is installed, and let yourself be impressed.

- The Page Speed Booster is using a technique called "prefetch", in which we’re actually requesting and downloading the page and storing it in the cache, right before your shoppers click the link to the page. However, this is dependent on a number of conditions (such as current tabs/threads opened by browser, the internet connection, the download process), as prefetching can be ignored by the browser, to balance itself. For example, the browser might just take the texts and abandon the request of a large font file or some images on a slow network. In a certain case, Firefox browser, it will only prefetch resources when “the browser is truly idle”.

For example, while in the Home Page, the user is currently on a page where they are making a decision of a Product to click. So, 99% of the next page will be the Product Detail Page. Page Speed Booster improves the performance of this page by having the browser retrieve the contents while the user is still thinking. Once the visitor clicks on a link, the browser only needs to retrieve the content from the browser's cache.

- Refer to the below link to get more details about increasing your page speed

Hope this helps :)

Monk Candle Co.

Umm ive had this downloaded for like a few months, I honestly dont know if it works or doesnt I dont know how to really tell other than the app saying its doing something and i'd rather not chance it lol So who knows, i keep it installed


An sich von der Funktion nicht schlecht, aber aufgrund der extremen Blockierung des Renderns und damit sehr schlechter Ladezeiten leider nicht brauchbar.


Slower website after installing this app! The speed score for our site was worse after installing this app did not do what it's supposed to do!

Developer reply

September 20, 2020


First, I would like to say that this app does NOT affect your page load speed. It preloads links, so it works from the second-page view. Since GTmetrix or Google PageSpeed Insights DO NOT account for the second page, there won't be any difference at scores. It enhances the USER EXPERIENCE and the shoppers who access the site can feel it, feel the faster speed.

The Page Speed Booster is using a technique called "prefetch", in which we’re actually requesting and downloading the page and storing it in the cache, right before your shoppers click the link to the page.

If you have more questions, please let me know. I would be glad to help you.