Speedtest.net

Speedtest.net
Free
959 reviews
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Publisher

Ookla

Download size

3 MB

Last updated

4/4/2013

Version

1.1.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • owner identity
  • location services
  • maps
  • music library
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Use Speedtest.net for easy, one-tap connection testing in under 30 seconds—accurate anywhere thanks to our global network. 

Millions of users have made Speedtest.net the #1 app for testing internet speeds, and it’s trusted by the professionals like Anandtech, Engadget, and the BBC and New York Times! 

- 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

New in this release:
- Fixed bug that caused cell network tests to be seen as Wi-Fi tests
- Added option to remove ads
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Reviews

  • by Mohammed 8/29/2014
    Nice
  • by Renan 8/29/2014
    Great App..
  • by 柏儒 8/28/2014
    usegul
  • by Jelle 8/26/2014
    Great app !!
  • by Shawn 8/25/2014
    Solid app. Fast and accurate
  • by Wingerr 8/23/2014
    Works fine on Lumia 928
  • by Wayne 8/22/2014
    Get the app called Network Speed Test. Faster. More responsive. And works. I couldn't get this one to work.
  • by Robert 8/22/2014
    Works great on windows phone.
  • by Harry 8/21/2014
    Too erratic, needs to be told where the closest server is, which is never the best one. Since I have used the application for many years, definitely know how it determines my location, based on the Wi-Fi and tower data from the ping , not the GPS data, shut down and I get a location ~10,000clicks from any location in the U.S., so you have to be at ground zero Hiroshima. I really need all my accumulated speed data, not only the one just obtained. The FCC and some other folks would have a ball with it. Yeah, I remember Pearl Harbor personally.
  • by Jovany 8/20/2014
    Esta buena