Game Controller Tester 4+

Chibata Creations

Designed for iPad

    • 3.4 • 106 Ratings
    • Free



Game Controller Tester is an Application that lets you test or troubleshoot your “Made for iPhone” (MFI) Game Controllers, introduced with iOS 7, on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPads, and it is free!

- Accurate visualization
- Test all buttons and sticks
- Test All pressure sensitive buttons
- Multiple Controllers supported
- A nice toy awaits you in the credits screen :)

** Please note that Regular Xbox/PS4 controllers wont work for iOS devices *by default* before iOS 13 and there is nothing we can do, this app is for MFI certified controllers only **

*** Check out my top rated app, Joystick Mapper, which allows you to use joysticks and gamepads in any MAC game or app, even the ones without built-in support ***

What’s New

Version 1.2

- Clickable thumbsticks support (L3/R3 buttons) for iOS 12.1 and later
- Rotor Riot Controller full support
- some bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

liquidtenmillion ,

This is a great controller testing app

All of the negative reviews are from people who don’t understand what this is. You need to have an MFI compatible controller, or an Xbox one/ps4 controller. This app is to test the buttons and connection of iOS controllers. It does not enable you to use non-MFI controllers, that is impossible in iOS and not what this app is for anyway.

Canada71351 ,

Big Help

Needed to test if my app was broken or if it was controller connection issues. This showed quickly that everything on the controller was behaving correctly and my problem was on my side. Thank you for the simple, but great app.

madtankdestroyer ,

Money maker

I had gotten a bunch of Walmart return Xbox controllers was selling them for $25 because I had no way to test them. Found this app tested the remaining ones I had a reposted them for $35 they still sold almost instantly.

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