iPerf for Android

iPerf for Android


iPerf is a commonly used network testing and performance measurement tool. This app is intended for those who are familiar with the use of iPerf. For details and a tutorial, see my website. This app will not be useful unless you have a second phone or computer to use as an iPerf client/server.

Great for testing Wifi!

Recent changes:
* Add support for MIPS CPU (used in Novo 7 Paladin Tablet running ICS.)
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4.3
User ratings
376
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
529 kb
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About iPerf for Android
iPerf is a commonly used network testing and performance measurement tool. This app is intended for those who are familiar with the use of iPerf. For details and a tutorial, see my website. This app will not be useful unless you have a second phone or computer to use as an iPerf client/server.

Great for testing Wifi!

Recent changes:
* Add support for MIPS CPU (used in Novo 7 Paladin Tablet running ICS.)

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A Google User
Jul 23, 2014
Help or Options button Will be great if you add easy accesible help or options button. Pre-defined commands or macros or something like last used iperf server will be usefull too. I'm boring ecery time entering simmilar information for quick speed test specialy on the field
A Google User
Jun 11, 2014
Works, but doesn't display results consistently I ran this on a slew of android devices and it almost never shows the results for the test. It shows titles for the columns where it should display the results but nothing underneath. I had to look at the server's output to see my results.
A Google User
May 28, 2014
Basically works Does what it needs to do, don't know why it requires one's location though...
A Google User
May 27, 2014
Ok app It would be nice if the ouput was easier to read.
A Google User
May 13, 2014
Works perfectly But the "i" in "iperf" has nothing to do with the Apple naming convention and as such the case should follow normal rules, e.g. "Iperf for Android"