Yet Another MultiTouch Test

4.4
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About this app

Android OS can handle up to 255 simultaneous touch events. Unfortunately due to limits set by the manufacturers there are no devices (known by me) which can handle more than 10 simultaneous touch events (Samsung Galaxy S II, I'm not sure about the tablets).

This application is able to handle UNLIMITED (umlimited here mean no more than allowed by operating system) number of simultaneous touch events. Don't blame me or my app if your device supports double touch only, please.

It registers 5 touches on Samsung Galaxy S and 10 touches on Samsung Galaxy S II (see screen shots from my Galaxy S II - great device by the way :-) ).

Check out new Paint Mode and have a lot of fun. Use menu button if you want to clear the screen.

Visit http://android.rzeszow.net/ for change-log. Feel free to leave comments/suggestions there.

Requires Android 2+ (2.1 actually)
Updated on
Aug 20, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

4.5
2.47K reviews
A Google user
January 1, 2019
Incredibly useful. Works reliably on all my devices, is dependable, minimal permissions, and I love it. Helped me identify my nexus 7 touchscreen issues and thus will be installed on every device I ever own. Thank you for being free and awesome!
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Ryan Crosby
January 18, 2021
Worked exactly as described. Managed to get 10 touch points on my Razr 5G. Will try to get higher if I can figure out how to grow more fingers.
4 people found this review helpful
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Rob Schnautz
August 9, 2020
Great for science experiments and for discovering how powerful your device is.
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What's new

- rewritten in Kotlin
- target API 33
- additional spacing in touch details values display

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