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Speedtest.net Mobile Speed Test

By Ookla

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Description

Use Ookla Speedtest for easy, one-tap connection testing in under 30 seconds—accurate anywhere thanks to our global network.

Millions of users have made Ookla Speedtest the #1 app for testing Internet speeds, and it’s trusted daily by professionals throughout the industry!

- Discover your Download, Upload and Ping
- Real-time graphs show connection consistency
- Troubleshoot or verify the speed you were promised
- Track past tests with detailed reporting
- Easily share your results

What's New in Version 3.4.3

This is primarily a bug fix release.

If you rely on Speedtest to diagnose connectivity issues and keep your Internet service provider and carriers honest, we'd be thrilled if you would leave us some feedback in the App Store. Thanks and happy testing!

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Customer Reviews

Confusing: bits and Bauds?

I love the app and it is the best one out there for testing network speed. However, in the settings, it seems that if you want the results in the Mega (M) range, the speeds are displayed in bits (small "b") per second and if you want results in the kilo (k) range, the speeds are displayed in Bauds (capital "B") per second. This becomes confusing and I would prefer if results were always displayed in bits (b) per second. This is the only criticism I have of this app as I find it exceptionally utilitarian.
I use this app every day to check my home broadband connection download speed (50Mb/sec) and whenever I am out to check the cellular broadband speed as well as the download/upload speeds of any WiFi Networks that I might use.
ThankYou.

Server Locale

It is not always helpful that SpeedTest uses your GPS location versus you actual ISP downlink, especially in third world countries. To wit: Sometimes your actual locale via GPS and SpeedTest’s nearest participating server may not have great throughput, so it skews the results. Perhaps an option when you open that asks whether you want the server closest to you or one closest to your downlink? I know it is a small issue affecting few, but a simple, “We see you are currently located XYZ, Bangladesh but your IP is in Holland. Should we test near your current location or near your earth station downlink?"

I consider this app as essential

Empowers me to troubleshoot possible performance and wifi issues on my iPad. I sometimes travel with my iPad and consider this an indispensable tool on the road when having connection issues. Simple to use and stable. I can't recall it ever crashing.

Speedtest.net Mobile Speed Test
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.4.3
  • Size: 16.5 MB
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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