Free Internet Speed Test - Wifi Speed Test
Feel internet slowly☹️?
Always lagging☹️ when playing games?
Broadband/Bandwidth doesn't meet the promise the network provider gives to you?
You want to test your upload speed, download speed and ping (or latency) but don't know how. Do not worry.
Use Speedtest our to test your internet speed and check network performance!
With just one tap, it will test your internet connection through thousands of servers worldwide and show accurate results within 30 seconds😲. You can easily check the download and upload speeds and latency (ping) of your home network.
Speedtest our is a free internet speed meter. It can test speed for 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, DSL, and ADSL. It's also a wifi analyzer that could help you test wifi connection.
Outstanding features of the app
🔜 Discover your download, upload and ping
🔜 Real-time graphs show connection consistency
🔜 Speed test wifi, 3G, 4G and LTE when downloading, check the upload speed and the ping rate of the network.
🔜 Select different internet networks to check the speed
🔜 Compare internet networks
🔜 Easily share your results
What do Ping, Download, Upload mean and why are they important?
✅ Ping check
Ping amounts of 100 ms and below are average for most broadband connections. In gaming, any amounts below a ping of 20 ms are considered exceptional and “low ping,” amounts between 50 ms and 100 ms range from very good to average, while a ping of 150 ms or more is less desirable and deemed “high ping.”
✅ Download speed test
Your download speed is what you usually think of as your internet speed. This is how fast info gets from the internet to your device. It’s measured by how many bits of information can be delivered per second—usually measured in megabits per second (Mbps) or millions of bits per second.
Fast download speeds support better streaming, especially at higher resolutions.
✅ Upload speed test
Upload speed measures how fast data can get from your device to the internet. Like download speed, it’s also measured in Mbps.
Upload speed is usually slower than download speed because you usually get more info from the internet than you send to it.
What is the difference between download and upload speeds?
Download speed is how fast your internet connection can transfer data from a server to you. Download speeds are important for downloading files, loading a website, streaming a video or streaming music. Upload speed is how fast your internet connection can transfer your data to a server. Upload speeds are important for sending emails, sending files to other people, live video chats and gaming.
⬇️Download Speedtest to easily run an internet speed test and measure your internet performance by taking a free cellular or wifi speed test.
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