Does what it promises More useful in checking wifi speed than speedtest etc. I don't like it clones edited command line entries automatically. When switching udp/tcp mode, it could remember -l -w parameters..
If you're used to running iperf3 at the command line, this is just what you need to test real life throughput. I run an iperf3 server on my (Asus) router - with this app I can walk around the house seeing how the displayed wifi strength maps through to actual throughput (easier than carrying the laptop around), and fiddle around with the wifi antennas to minimise deadspots.
Does exactly what it says... Interface looks a little complicated, but is surprisingly intuitive. Invaluable to some network diagnosing I had to do.
This app is better designed than the others. Provides GUI to help users select the options, very much appreciated. Text display is adequate, but would be better if the iperf output were parsed and displayed in a table. For instance, when using a command line like -t60 -i10, the last line output is a summary: this line could be boldfaced.
A very handy tool Like the command history that saves me a lot of time. Iperf3 is also a big plus .
Probably the best of the bunch It works and has a decent command history and Gui-based command line assistance.
Network diagnostics that you need as a Network Engineer or System Administrator.
An app for characterizing and troubleshooting wireless LANs from Aruba Networks
AirO is a troubleshooting tool for owners of Wi-Fi capable Android devices.