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New Tools Are Great, But ...
The latest update introducing separate “multi” and “single” connections testing was a dandy. Just a great idea that provides very, very useful information in terms of gauging in-the-moment download/upload bandwidth capacity. On top of that, the app continues to run as reliably and smoothly as ever.
All that being said, however, I’ve found the “Notes” option for results less and less useful because of the inability to filter test results so that those with notes can be viewed separately. Scrolling through dozens and dozens of test results to find those with tagged with note icons so that they can be analyzed and cross-referenced while tracking long term connectivity performance is far too cumbersome and time-consuming. Call it nitpicking, but it voids the usefulness of the “Notes” feature as an analytical tool. With a simple filter option, though, that issue vanishes. If/when that happens, I’ll gladly bump my rating up to five stars and send due praise in an updated review.
Developer Response ,
Hello, Sorry for the trouble. We just updated the app to version 4.0.7, which should fix this problem. Please update and let us know how it goes. Thanks for using Speedtest!
I have used this app and website to measure real time download and upload speeds both in professional settings and in my own home for about the last 4 years. But I have noticed something peculiar lately. I use the Nighthawk app for my home network management and they recently added a Speedtest feature. So the curious thing is that most of the time the Nighthawk app will show somewhere between 100 Mbps and 200 Mbps but every other device will show only about 10% of the download speed, sometimes including my phone running the app. Regardless of being on the manual 2.4/5ghz bands or in the router’s smart mode. The upload speed is usually consistent between all devices. And the speeds shown really don’t change as devices are taken off the network. This includes a smart tv, PCs and other peripheral devices, gaming consoles, phones and tablets. Any idea as to why the major difference between the two?
I’m just a normal user of iOS devices and probably don’t understand all that I could do with Ookla, but I love having it available in my “utilities” folder. I probably use it 3 or 4 times a month, both traveling and around town, as I find myself running into “performance” issues. With Ookla, I can quickly pinpoint if there are any connectivity/speed issues with the internet provider at hand or if there are other things I need to check out. Just last week at home, I thought I noticed an issue. I ran Ookla and discovered that for the first time since we signed up with CableOne as our provider 18 months ago, they were delivering only half the guaranteed download rate. I called them, they verified the problem was theirs and resolved it. Without Ookla, I would not have had the data to back up my concerns when I called them.
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