It seems accurate. It is consistent with some test I did with the "dd" Linux command. 4 stars because the reboot option is not very convenient. It may give wrong results if one doesn't wait long enough until all apps are loaded after boot.
Question I have an Evo Samsung, I'm getting a card read of 2 read and 7 write and the card is a class 10 48mbs 64gb in a Galaxy Tab Pro, 2.3ghz quad-core. The internals clocked in at 143mbs read. I'm wondering if my card is fake now.
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...
Great app Found out my Huawei benches better than Samsung.....didn't expect that. But I did see that most Huawei phones generally do.
Slow, not stand alone Results are not displayed after measurement, only along others from Internet history. Does not work without Internet. Maybe measurements are accurate, but it is very slow. App stops measurement when screen is turned off and on again, also happens when app is out of focus. No messages are given. App will measure even when memory is (heavily) used in the background, thus giving wrong measurements. Fix the above, and you receive 5 stars from me.
Good benchmark Good to see how your card performs on your phone. Often the phone's subsystems end up not taking advantage of the latest specs in microSD cards, and this app shows you how it really goes.
• 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