Best Test Speed Tools

Internet, since its invention in 1993, has helped us in connecting to the world better than ever. Just almost instantaneously, you can contact with your relatives or friends that are living across the globe. But have you ever wondered what might be your Internet Speed? The internet subscription that you just purchased might be claiming for the speed to be much more for what they have to offer. But how do you determine their loyalty? Well, for doing that, you need to have some Internet Speed test, and for performing that test, some specific tools can help you. Following is the list of 17 best tools, most of which can be used on both Smartphone and desktop, to help you do the job much more efficiently.

Internet Health Test:

It’s a very simple tool to use. Just go and visit the site, then a pop up will come up and ask you to authorize. After doing that, the website will start a five-step testing, this takes a bit longer than others, but since the website is completely ads free, it makes up for the time it takes.

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Speed Check and Wi-Fi Finder:

An app, developed by SpeedSpot and is a great option for your mobile phones. As promised, it shows download and upload speed, but what is interesting that it saves them so you can use it for later references.

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SpeedSmart Speed Test:

An awesome app, that doesn’t rely on flash and offers a handy HTML5 option for internet speed check, once you are connected to the site, the IP location determination begins, and once that is over, you can analyze your download, upload, and Internet Latency speeds.

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Xfinity Speed Test:

Produced by Internet Service providers Comcast, a browser-based speed tool that will also help you instantly determine your internet download and upload speed just like promised.

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Fast.com:

Developed by everyone’s favorite, Netflix, Fast.com is the tool that gets right to business for checking your internet download and upload speed without wasting any time.

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Verizon Speed Test:

Another interactive internet speed test website, which is extremely fast, ads free and as simple as just visiting their site and pushing the play button to determine your internet speed.

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Network Analyzer app:

This app will help you in determining your iPhone’s internet speed. Not only that, but it can also scan the VPNs, Wake-on-LAN, and much more.

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Ookla Speed Test:

Available on both smartphone and mobile desktop, Ookla speed test, is a very simple and very popular app. It is just very simple to use because it is made of just as mere as clicking the “Go” button.

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DSLReports:

For a more in-depth analysis, DSLReports is the way to go. It will provide you with the usual upload and download speed just like others on the list, but unlike others; it will also ask you about your connection type, in turn giving you a more round complete information about your connection once it’s done.

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Cox Speed Test:

It will tell you with the usual upload and download speed as usual, but it can be relatively slower. The speed test page is also content rich, a factor which might be off-putting to some. But on the broadside, it is not only for the Cox users so any user can go and access the speed test feature.

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SpeedOf.Me:

Just like SpeedSmart Speed Test, this online speed checker also uses HTML5 rather than Flash. It might not be the best of the sites in term of aesthetics and looks, but it surely does the job that one is looking for.

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At & T Speed Internet Speed Test:

At & T’s very own speed test app that gives the user with all the information around a usual speedometer. But it does rely on DSLReports for the majority of its content.

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Bandwith Place:

Another site based on HTML5, Bandwith place has been around for 15 years, with a very beautiful and well-maintained website. A very easy to use and well designed, which is at the same time, user-friendly.

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TestMy.net:

Getting started with this site is very easy, and it also provides a progress bar, an extra option like that is always appreciated. On this site, you can independently test download and upload and benchmark it with your city’s average.

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What?

Don’t fall for the name. What? Is a UK based site website, just like others discussed above, it provides the users with a complete in-depth analysis of their Internet Speed?

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Speakeasy:

Speakeasy has been around since the early 90s so now for almost 30 years and also parallels the invention of the internet; it has been providing its services which are still on par to this day. If you visit the site today, it will redirect the visitor to their modern branding, under the name MegaPath.

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Meteor:

Might be the last on the list but by any means the least, this app has an overwhelming amount of positive reviews on the app store making meteor a very popular speed test app. Like others, it will as usual check the upload and downloading speed, but at the same time will also check whether the video streaming speed is acceptable or not.

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All of the above mentioned in the list are some of the best of Internet Speed determining tools. Whether you want to determine the internet speed on your iPhone, Android, or desktop, these seventeen tools will help you in achieving your goals. But one question might come in mind, which one is the best among these? Well, when choosing between them, it all comes down to the user preferences of what you want to see, whether it be a more detailed analysis of your Internet speed, latency, and streaming, or more narrowed down version of user-friendly analysis that will help anyone instantaneously understand their Upload and Download speed.

 

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