Ran test and afterwards told me I needed an internet connection to see results. Ran another test and it canceled because I tapped somewhere on the screen (didn't hit any cancel button). Went into settings to run quicker test and it didn't show the result. I went into results and it showed results from everyone, so I had to go through to find what I think was my phone (but no clear indication that it's my result). Text in results was very small. Very meh app.
A lot to improve! OK it test speed of my storage - give 3 stars. In my i9100 with 5.1 omni ROM I got SD cards other way - around internal SD card is Sandisk 64GB, but external is a partition in eMMC. 1. To improve correct issues like above. 2. Don't know is it even possible. Show actual chip name to see witch SD card is tested.
5 star for free program! Tests RAM also. Small ad-band slightly detracts Program is great for testing new setups and Android tweaks with apps like L speed. I was able to properly evaluate my new and old microsd cards with this app as well as built in storage. RAM test feature proved great for evaluating Android kernel tweaks.
Wow, this app is great It's an amazing app, thanks. Using it just found out that my Samsung Galaxy Core 2 can only support/take 14MB/s write speed of my microSD Samsung EVO 64GB, which can go up to 22 MB/s. Nice, Samsung, nice, you guys sell microSD EVO cards for smartphones that are so fast (22MB/s), but your phones can only go up to 14MB/s. Sickening...
Good storage benchmarker, if not the best. Very good app for benchmarking the storage or memory of your device. My Nexus 7 2013 achieved 12mb/s write and 54mb/s read on its internal storage, which ain't bad considering its three years old. The only disappointment I have with the app is that there are ads. Other than that I highly recommend this app.
Simple but serious Benchmarks the sd card, internal storage and ram performance. Hide ads for 3 hours option in program settings on the free version shows how the matter is taken seriously. (Ads may slow down the data flow) As an answer to user Heritic below, you can simply take out the card and check the brand and model. It is written on the card. Don't rate programs in an unjust, 'I would rate you five stars if the developer gives me a Thai massage' manner.
• New: Option to hide ADs
• Improved: More SD card / USB device locations
• Improved: More devices are recognized
• Changed: Now requires Android 2.3+
• Improved: Added TwinMOS cards