Does not measure upload and download, only latency. Google Pixel running Oreo on T-Mobile. App appears abandoned.
Want my call data...hell no!
Interesting app It works well on my old phone. Result looks accurate.
CalSpeed Optimistic Data Base It seems this app only tells you what the CPUC data base contains. It would be much better if it uploaded the results to the CPUC and that would include the position of the phone and the name of the carrier being used. As it is not of much value in rural areas because the CPUC data base is very optimistic. That's to say almost none of the listed carriers offers service to me and of those that do only "underserved" level of service is on the table.
Sometimes, it's the small stuff Update: the specific problems I wrote about are fixed in the 1.1.1 release. There does not seem to be a way to get the version number from the user interface. The app writes a log file for each test in a directory called "uploaded". If your android device has a file browser you can look at the contents of these files and find the version number of the program. Version 1.0 reports speeds during the test that agree with the speeds in the log files. Version 1.1 seems to have broken the speed reporting. Perhaps they forgot to multiply by eight when converting bytes to bits. I'm not sure. So that's two things to fix: the speed display, and the program version -- and probably date as well -- under the "about" button. The biggest challenge with a crowd-source application that has user triggered tests is that users don't test when there is not a problem. This can create a reporting bias that unfairly characterizes service be over sampling on dark and stormy days. I wrote this on a desktop, but I have the application running on a Samsung Verizon tablet and a Motorola Xoom.
v1.2.8 Use mbps instead of kbps. Fix minor user interface issues.
Internet Speed Test is Simplest Internet Speed Meter for wifi speed test.