CPS rate can be affected by the speed of your internet connection, as well as the efficiency of your device. However, to achieve the best CPS it is recommended to use a PC, such as a laptop or desktop computer.
You can use the click speed test to refine your skills and improve your mouse click speed and achieve a higher score over time.
Here are the different methods to improve CPS click speed:
Regular Clicking: You can train yourself to improve your mouse click speed by working on your regular clicking as part of conducting daily routine tasks such as editing documents, web browsing, and so on. Regular clicking typically produces a CPS score of 3-6 clicks per second with practice.
Jitter Clicking: This is a more challenging but more effective way to improve your CPS rate. A more advanced method, involves shaking the arm and wrist muscles to click the mouse as fast as possible. This creates a vibration in the hand that is known as the jitter effect. This can produce a CPS rate between 10 and 14 CPS.
Butterfly Clicking: An even faster technique, butterfly clicking can produce a click speed of 15 to 25 CPS.
Drag Clicking: Drag clicking is one of the fastest clicking techniques, with click speeds from 25 up to an incredible 100 CPS. This technique involves moving your finger from the top to the edge of the mouse button so that when you move your finger it stimulates mouse clicks.