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Broadband Speed Test X app advances

The Broadband Speed Test X app aims to deliver one of the best tests possible thanks to continually improving and offering a result within a relatively small amount of time. The iOS application receives updates from time-to-time that fix problems and add new features, although the latest update landed within the last month and delivered both bug fixes and improved Ping accuracy.

Speedtest X HD offers a broadband speed test over Wi-Fi and mobile speed test results to 70 locations around the world like Ireland, UK, and popular US cities. So, whether you use a network like Verizon or home broadband like BT, you shouldn’t have a problem getting a speed test within 30 seconds using this iPhone, iPad, and Android app.


Broadband Speed Test X app advances – the iOS version can be found on iTunes and by taking a quick look at the ratings you can see massive improvements have been made. The latest user reviews offer almost nothing but praise.

Customer ratings for all versions of Speedtest X HD are currently averaging at 2.5 stars, although the latest 6.1.10 version has a 5 star rating. This is a massive improvement and not many apps attain this kind of jump in ratings from one version to another, so if you used this broadband speed test app before and disliked it, we strongly recommend you give it another try after the latest update.

Do you use apps to monitor your broadband speed at home and while mobile? If so, what’s your favorite app for checking speed?

If you live in the UK and want to test your service at home, then you might want to read an article revealing broadband speed tests direct with BT, Sky, Virgin and BBC. We also looked at offerings on Android vs. iPad, so again feel free to read that article or leave a comment below with your experience of Speedtest X.

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