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Speedtest.net is one of the most known websites in the world when it comes to assessing your download and upload Internet speeds. But...
Speedtest.net by Oolka, works great!
Speedtest.net on the Safari browser???
Did you download the speedtest.net app and check your performance?
Try www.pingtest.net I also use speedtest.net to check my speed.
14 down, 1.5 up
Using speedtest.net app same speed as desktop...that explains why u think browsing sucks.
I've found Speedtest.net good too. They only have an iPhone app but it has always worked fine on an iPad.
...-my 20mb cable connection shows as 702kbps with the 100kbs test, and 1992kbps with the 3mb test...
Speedtest.net iPhone app returned...
I just did a speedtest with the speedtest.net app and I have 2.65Mbps download and 0.25 Upload. So I guess its the upload speed that's killing me.
My speedtest.net downloads slowed down from 28mb/sec to 25.7mb/sec. I'll see how connectivity is though, that's more important to me.
The iPad 2's wifi speed is around ~23Mbps, according to Speedtest.net. It is definitely faster then on iPad 1, where it never gets over 17Mbps.
This one is funny. It's speedtest.net not org.
Keep sliding down the meter and it changes.
64GB 3G White iPad
...and giggle would you please try the free app App Store - Speedtest.net Mobile Speed Test and then do the same test from a PC that is wireless...
...networks changing channel can make a big difference.
What are the speedtest.net results for your wired connection verses your wifi on your iPad?
...WiFi at home. Here is an example I did just now, using the speedtest.net app from the AppStore. [ATTACH] Here's the AppStore link....
It depends on your network speed. If you can download the speedtest.net app on your phone and your iPad you can use it to test the speed of...
Ran the speedtest.net app on both devices. Don't see any consistent degradation on the iPad but must do more trials again on my Lynda.com learning...
Comcast here. They've been pretty good for us, but no xfinity yet. Just tested with the SpeedTest.NET App:
18.12 mb/s DOWN
4.11 mb/s UP
Speed test using WIFI on ipad and Iphone 3gs
(LEFT) Ipad Upload : 519 Kbps
(RIGHT) Iphone Upload : 971 Kbps
...wifi is faster but that depends on your isp. If you are rely wanting to know download the speedtest.net app for iphone and test both of the speeds.
Search on speedtestx in the app store. The website for your laptop is speedtest.net
I tried the app, and for interest sakes, it even works here in South Africa. However, we have terrible speeds here, I'm on the best...
I am downloading it but it is taking a very long time to download it also.
You cant use speedtest.net app, it measures your bandwidth speed not true LAN/wifi speed, I use various network tools , but just copying a file...
See the screen shots of Speedtest.net done at the same time and place between iPad and Sony Xperia Z 4.3
Do some speed tests over time so that you can compare
speedtest.net will keep track of your tests so you can look back and see if the speeds have...
Yeah, I figured that. My iPad and computer are so very fast. I so could not settle for anything less.
...mini wireless speed test. Here is my data and I am using speedtest.net app Ipad mini ios7.0.2 Router is Cisco (5 years old) wrt160n Feed is...
...my home wifi. Both had near identical results given several speedtest.net runs.
I do notice my "bars" on wifi tend to fluctuate more...
...and 6 , wide 40mhz and it's great.
Hitting 18Mbit on the speedtest.net app (iphone one) and I score just over 20Mbit on the laptop which is...
...server at Okinawa Japan, I've seen results as high as 30Mbps and 15Mbps up with the speedtest.net iphone app. Speeds to US servers are more...
Actually speedtest.net sends you to the app store where you can d/l a free speed test app, thus answering my original question and providing an...
Here are a couple apps.
Speedtest X HD
Speedtest.net Speed Test
...helpful to quantify your Internet bandwidth. Try an app likeSpeedtest.net Mobile Speed Test and check in various locations. Maybe you can...
While you're at it what's your Internet speed? Just post using speedtest.net to keep it simple.
...network speed by downloading the free iPhone/iPad app from SpeedTest.net:...
...has the most reliable network and I can vouch for their speeds. In my home my 4G service is faster than my ADSL service (Based on speedtest.net).