BIPT Speedtest

19 reviews
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About this app

This app is brought to you by the federal organization Belgian Institute of Postal and Telecommunications services (BIPT).

It app allows you to run speed tests to measure various key performance indicators of your internet connection, such as download and upload speed, delay, or web page download time.

It runs background tests to measure cell signal strength (GPRS, 2G, 3G, 4G) and build a heat map of the cell signal coverage quality over the Belgian land.

As you run tests and collect coverage data, you will be able to unlock several achievements.

You can view your test history (manual and automated tests) and configure multiple aspects of the application via the settings.
Updated on
Jun 18, 2019

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Ratings and reviews

19 reviews
A Google user
January 19, 2020
/TLDR; the app works fine, but the map is disappointing compared to the web version/ It's cool to have access to such official data, even more cool to enhance data by crowdsourcing BUT the map lacks some basic features (search bar on the map) and all the usefull filters available on the website (provider, network, coverage type,...).
A Google user
May 28, 2019
The app tries to get an idea of where you are but doesn't give the right upload limits. It provides a spike upload (example for me is: actual upload speed is: 4Mbps, result of this test: 45,6Mbps) this is just bad programming. (This holds true on my iPhone X 256Gb with iOS 12.3.1 and on my OnePlus 6 Android Pie 9.0.5 Oxygen OS). Please try to fix this. For now I'll stick with Ookla Speedtest.

What's new

Speed test and cell signal coverage measurement in a crowdsourcing application.