Speedtest has become the go-to app to test your carrier’s network speed. With just one tap, you can determine your carrier’s network latency, download, and upload capabilities. The app also comes with easy tracking and sharing capabilities so you can brag to your friends or complain to your provider if need be. A few days ago, Ookla, the company behind Speedtest, teased bandwidth testers everywhere about an upcoming new version of their app. Version 3.0 has finally hit the Play Store.
What’s New in version 3.0?
While the app brings about a newly designed user interface and some new features, it’s still not a Holo Android app nor does it follow the modern Android design guidelines. In fact, it looks like a straight up iOS port. It does however come with a bunch of funny cat images and the Internet does love cats. So there’s that.
- T-Mobile showing correct SpeedTests when throttling
- SpeedTest 3.0 by Ookla getting new user inter
- Android M tablet features: split keyboard and multi-window
- Project Ara at Google IO