Speed Test SpeedSmart Internet 4+

WiFi 5G 4G LTE Speedtest Check

VeeApps

    • 4.7 • 58.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Use SpeedSmart Speed Test to test your internet speed!

SpeedSmart is a free internet speed test app for evaluating your WiFi and Mobile 5G, 4G LTE connection on your iPhone or iPad. Download now!

*** App Features ***

- Test your Download & Upload Speed
- Test network Ping & Jitter
- Mobile Cellular and WiFi network Speed Test
- One-tap testing in under 20 seconds
- Real-time connection graphs
- Troubleshoot or verify the speed your ISP promised
- Detailed tracking of all your past results with charts, averages & more
- Worldwide high-speed 150+ server network for accurate results
- Add private notes on speedtest results
- Calculate transfer times with a built-in Bandwidth Calculator
- Easily share your results on Facebook, Twitter, Email & more
- Stage Manager & Siri Shortcut support
- So much more!

With over 400 million speed tests taken and used by many professionals in the field, SpeedSmart makes testing your internet connection fast, easy, and accurate.

Let's test the speed of your internet with SpeedSmart.

What’s New

Version 9.1.2

- Speed test using the new SpeedSmart CDN a blend of 4 networks and 500+ servers, see what your ultra fast connection can really do!
- Minor bug fixes

If you like SpeedSmart or rely on it to diagnose connectivity issues and stay on top of your ISP, we'd appreciate it if you left us feedback in the App Store. Thank you and keep testing!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
58.3K Ratings

58.3K Ratings

KBMJR ,

Awesome Tool

Living in a rural community in Montana, we have no fiber optics capabilities. Our link to the outside world through the web is done primarily by landlines dedicated originally for telephones. Also, there is only one ISP provider here; proprietary. While it’s much cheaper than a satellite service, it’s also extremely slow. Following a recent outage, my smart tv was all but incapacitated after the internet was restored. My son advised me to establish a personal hotspot. Ha also told me to download the the “SpeedSmart” app and check the speed of Verizon’s LTE versus that of our wi-fi. SpeedSmart showed very little difference in the two “snail-speed” options. Looks like I’m plunging into the expensive world of Satellite internet. What have I got to loose-except money. Thanks SpeedSmart! It’s awesome to check my own speeds instead of wading through countless menu options trying to speak with an actual human being who works for our ISP provider! I’d strongly recommend this app. I plan to use it frequently to checkup on whatever ISP provider we settle with.

thegreatsongtraveler ,

This was what made me realize I was being screwed

Speedtest — all for the low low cost of nothing, is the reason I could say for certain, while being armed with objective and reliable data, that my ISP, Centurylink in the Phoenix, Arizona market specifically, is so woefully underperforming on “high speed” for their overcharged customers that it should be criminal. For all I know if enough people raised hell about their service, it might come to light that what they’re doing is criminal. I’m in a very unfortunate market of AZ east of Phoenix where cable modem service is NOT available for some confounding, maddening reason. But for 6 months plus now I’ve been testing my ISP’s performance and they’re going to hear from me at least. I’ve literally been at an average download speed of less than 6-7 mbps, with uploads in the 2’s at best! That’s RIDICULOUS! Nobody in the country is suffering these speeds unless they’re still somehow on dialup. This must get fixed ASAP! Thanks Speedtest!

Andy gibs ,

My internet tmobile

My connection in my room the smart tv samsung curve 50 inch so with my 2 iphone twelve pro max are both performing well even with the internet speed of my internet goes to less than 10mbps download but however to my two house mate there complain that most of the time its loading when using tgere loptap & calling by messenger so with my tv in the living room wd roku sometimes loading this did not happened when i wad using rcn, when i went back to tmobile office at there satilite office in queens mall the representative told me to hang on for a while cause the unit is still in the proccees of familiarization & learning of my location and so far its doing what it supposed to fo getting stronger by the day & thank you tmobile😀😀😀

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