MultiTouch Tester

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About this app

For multi-touch testing only.

"MultiTouch Tester" shows your touch points with a nice UI and keep the maximum count on screen.

Some devices may have problems with multi-touch. (Touch points closing to each other or crossing the same axes will get reverse action, etc.)

Any problems or suggestions?
Please feel free to contact us.
Updated on
Nov 30, 2012

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Ratings and reviews

22.7K reviews
A Google user
April 17, 2019
Does as is described, gives a visual indicator wherever you touch, so you can get an idea of sensitivity, and also how many simultaneous touch points your screen is capable of; my Samsung j3 2018 can do up to 5, apparently. Its also very simple, another review complains of there being no explanation, but that's probably because there isn't anything to explain, this is it.
110 people found this review helpful
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Saswata Chakraborty
October 4, 2020
Helped me testing the multi touch response of my Realme X. I have seen some videos claiming all AMOLED displays have multi touch issues. Some people tested on K20 pro, 1+6T, 7 pro etc and tried to prove their point. So, I was eager to do the test on my device and I am surprised with the result. My device doesn't have even a slight touch issue. I placed 2 fingers one side and placed kne finger on the another and moved it here and there. And the two other circles didn't move at all.
74 people found this review helpful
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David Perreaux
September 2, 2022
This is an excellent multitouch tester. I want to use it before I buy a new tablet that is being offered by Metro by T-Mobile. It shows that the phone I'm currently using has (at least) 10 touch points simultaneously. I need, at the very least, three touch points.
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What's new

1.Add hardware acceleration support (thx Phil)
2.Recommend my new apps in app (only showing off if there's new one)