Speedtest by Ookla 4+

40+ billion tests and counting


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Use Speedtest® for a quick, easy, one-tap connection internet speed test—accurate anywhere thanks to our global server network.

Explore mobile network coverage with Speedtest Maps based on real-world data gathered by the Speedtest app. See performance by provider to find out where you’re likely to experience strong connectivity. Easily switch between providers and regions to compare coverage in the locations you frequent.

Video testing empowers you with a real-time assessment of your network’s current streaming quality. Take a video test to get actionable insights that help you optimize your online video experience.

Keep your online connection private and secure with Speedtest VPN™. Use up to 2GB of data over VPN per month for free, or go Premium with unlimited usage for just $4.99 monthly. Speedtest VPN Premium users will also receive no advertisements while their subscription is active.

Millions of users have made Speedtest the #1 app for testing internet speed, and it’s trusted daily by professionals throughout the industry:
- Discover your download, upload, and jitter
- Measure ping at 3 stages: idle, download, and upload
- View mobile carrier coverage with Speedtest Maps
- Take a video test to measure your max resolution, load time, and buffering
- Stay private and secure with our free Speedtest VPN
- Real-time graphs show connection consistency
- Test with a single connection to simulate downloading a file or multiple connections to understand max speed
- Troubleshoot or verify the speed you were promised
- Track past tests with detailed reporting
- Easily share your results

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What’s New

Version 4.4.2

We've added a few updates to make the Speedtest app even better. Have anything else you'd like to suggest? We'd love to hear from you.

If you rely on Speedtest to diagnose connectivity issues and keep your Internet service provider and carriers honest, we'd be thrilled if you would leave us some feedback in the App Store. Thanks and happy testing!

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

Sclong ,

Long time user

I’ve used your speed test app on various devices since you launched it. I do use it to challenge my service provider whenever they decide to steal some bandwidth that they think I won’t miss. This happens on a fairly regular basis. My router reports the capacity of the connection and I know my speeds are usually within 10% of that. Every now and again they try it on and bring the speed down 20% or more. I know this is the case no matter how much they deny it. The speed hits a very specific ceiling and maintains it throughout your app’s check. Thanks for a very useful tool. I have noticed rather a long delay in connecting to your various servers and wondered if that was a problem with my provider or are you having contention issues? It can take up to 20 seconds to start the test on occasion. Once it starts the test shows Nice short pings and consistent speeds but the delay is bugging me??

Star 45321 ,

Is there a problem with ios14 and Speedtest 4.2.7

Having used the app for many years, in the past few weeks I've noticed strange behaviour when using it to test Wi-fi speeds.
Where previously speed readings were stable and consistent, now I find low and fluctuating download speeds on Wi-fi. For example, where I used to get a stable reading of say 400mbs download, now most of the time I get reading as low as 24mbs, or readings that fluctuate from 150 down to as low as 4 mbs during a single test. Occasionally, I can get a stable reading of 400mbs. This happens on an iPhone X with iOS 14.0.2 and Speedtest 4.2.7 and an iPad Pro 12.9" 3rd gen and an iPhone XR with the same software. However, when I test with an older iPad mini 4 with iOS 12.1 and Speedtest 4.2.4, or an original iPhone SE iOS 12.4.1 and Speedtest 4.0.2, I get stable readings of high downloads, 250mbs for the iPad mini 4 and 90 mbs for the iPhone SE.
I have also tested with an iPad mini 5 with iOS 14 and Speedtest 4.2.7 and get the same fluctuating often very low download speed.
Testing using a direct LAN connection on the same network gives high and stable speeds using an Apple MacBook. Is there a problem with 4.2.7 and ios14?

Cantleavebadreply ,

Locations Countries Apart.

Speedtest as a whole is probably one of most accurate available however one major drawback!! Every time run test app detects home country no problem yet always tries connecting to server thousands of miles away needing manual adjustment which is extremely frustrating.

Sadly this has been happening for last 2 months and finally found time to write a review and hope the developers will fix this problem swiftly.

Factual can be in Los Angeles yet wants to connect with China initially or in Spain wanting to connect Austria, Uk to Ukraine.

Update 30th September 2018.

It appears that the app for some unknown reason thinks location is in completely different country listing options available there first then needing scroll through finding local servers. Come on folks when last checked Australia means Australia not India. Due to this now downgrading to 3 stars.

Without this happily give 5 stars.

Update 7th January 2019,

Why does this app constantly run in the background and start running again after manual termination?
Are you aware of Data Protection Laws in Europe, including Right to be Forgotten?
Are you also aware due to current activities within your app multiple Lawsuits could be filed against yourselves?
Can you explain reason to seemingly ignoring customers feedback?
You also aware your app isn’t always accurate in fact sometimes way off existing speed?

App Privacy

The developer, Ookla, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
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The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • User Content
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  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
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