Ping Analyzer is an easy to use graphical network ping tool that provides real-time round-trip time (RTT) statistics, as well as jitter and Mean Opinion Score (MOS) estimation.
Ping Analyzer uses Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Request and Echo Reply packets to determine the availability and response time of a target machine. With Ping Analyzer you have a graphical representation of actual response times and packet delivery rate, as well as real-time statistics while you ping a host.
• Easy-to-use, intuitive user interface
• Adjustable number of pings and interval between packets
• Adjustable packet size and Time-To-Live (TTL)
• History and Favorites lists
• Ability to send email summary reports
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Fixes for iOS 8.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple and functional
The app has a simple interface and functions as advertised. Apparently others who critical reviews failed to have the necessary knowledge and expertise to understand precisely what is required to use this type of tool.
The tool has an input box at the top right wherein you type a hostname or IP address and it continuously sends ICMP Echo commands and rates the connection based upon the speed of the return responses and how many pings are not responded to (lost packets). It performs this function well.
Perfect, especially if you are working with VoIP
No, it's not the most complicated feature-laden network app out there. It also doesn't cost a fortune! (Love it when people want a $.99 cent app to have the feature set of something costing many times more! Perspective people, maintain thy perspective.)
It isn't spectacularly special as a ping tool, but it has two very nice things I haven't found in any other iOS ping app yet: It measures jitter, and it calculates an MOS score, both very important to VoIP and other time-sensitive net applications. This is super cool, and worth all 99 pennies!
does a good job of testing connectivity.
one small feature request that's admittedly an odd one: it would be great to have an audible indication of connection quality. i want to test connectivity in cases where i can't actually see the scrern (for example, inside a metal box) and it would be usefull to ve able to hear the Pings in terms of latency, loss, etc.
keep up the good work !
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.