Geekbench is a completely awesome cross-platform benchmark that measures the performance of your computer's processor and memory. Geekbench also offers the sexy Geekbench Result Browser which lets you compare your Geekbench scores with other Geekbench users.
What is new in this release:
- Changed to secure connections to download update information and release notes.
- Updated comparison chart design to improve readability.
- Updated Android, iOS comparison devices.
What is new in version 3.3.2:
- Reduced AES multi-core score variability on systems with two or more NUMA nodes.
- Fixed crashes that occurred in low memory situations on Android.
- Fixed a bug that caused benchmark results to print incorrectly on OS X.
- Fixed sharing benchmark results using "Share via Gmail" on Android Lollipop.
- Fixed bugs that prevented the battery test from starting automatically on certain Android devices.
- Fixed a bug that could prevent Geekbench from reporting the battery level on Android.
- Fixed bugs that could cause the battery test to crash on iOS.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when viewing battery test results on iOS.
- Fixed a bug that prevented users from adding battery test results to their Geekbench Browser account.
What is new in version 3.3:
- Added a battery test for Android, iOS.
- Added a brief summary to "Share Results" email on iOS.
- Addressed 64-bit code generation issues on Android/AArch64.
- Fixed a crash that occurred on Windows 10.
- Fixed a crash that could occur on 32-core systems.
- Reduced the memory footprint of the BlackScholes workload.
What is new in version 3.2.2:
- Added support for iOS 8, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
- Added benchmark comparison charts on iOS.
- Added support for High DPI mode on Windows.
- Fixed code signing issues on OS X Mavericks, Yosemite.