Review from John Pulliam
Great app Love it! I like how it shows all aspects of the device seperately instead of one solid bar.
No ads & supports the Dev Same as the standard minus the ads so I give it the same score I have given in the past for Quadrant Standard. Other tests would be a nice addition. Different graphics scenarios and long run tests. Support a good Dev whose been on the market since I had my G1. Buy it :)
Need realistic comparisons! Why does this program always select obsolete phones for comparisons? I want to see how my phone compares to similar models. It's like a car magazine comparing a Porsche to a Honda Civic, Volkswagen Golf, and a Ford.Fusion!
Must have app No updates. Oh, noes! If the app has not been updated, that means it cannot possibly be any good anymore! Or, it could very possibly mean that there is nothing broken in it, and thus there is nothing to fix. I run this version on my TF700 running a Kitkat-based ROM with ART enabled (among other devices), and it does not falter. So, since the app works on every device I have thrown it on, with no hiccups, no faltering, and good, in-depth analysis of what it benchmarks, I say "Glad there has not been an update in a while!" It goes to show just how good of an app it really is.
Really no updates after a year? I don't know why I even paid for this app! It's never updated! Really? No updates? How can we have precise scores when you can even compare to newer devices!
Works Great I think these people who are complaining about the updates and ability of this app are overlooking the fact that it is a benchmark utility and possibly the best one out there and it does exactly what it is supposed to do. Keep up the awesome work.
Finally! This version of the most widely recognized and used benchmark tool provides a detailed list of sub-scores, offline score viewing, custom settings, and zero ads.
v2.1.1: Fixed the CPU core detection bug