Use the fast.com application to help you see how fast your internet connection is, whether on mobile or broadband, anywhere in the world. It is ad free with a streamlined design that is quick and easy to understand.
The applications FAST Speed Test was published
in the category Utilities on 2016-09-02 and
was developed by Netflix, Inc..
The file size is 1.76 MB.
The current version is 1.0.8 and works well on
7.0 and high ios versions.
The app has not been updated in more than 2 years. The app doesn’t tell you much, not adapted for the iPhone X, iPhones Xs, iPhone Xs Max screens but it works on those.
This is just a Cordova app wrapping the website. They didn’t even bother changing the app switcher App icon from Cordova’s default robot icon.
Please resend me ASAP the message because as soon as I get it it popped back off.
I hope this gets read by someone in charge. The app is good but needs work. On older iOS devices, iPad 4th gen, it seems to crash after it gets done. It makes the screen go black for several seconds. Other than that it is good. But the crash at the end of a testing is annoying. Please fix. Thank you.
Love the app and it works as it should. I know this isn’t a priority but would love to see the app updated to support the iPhone X display.
Great app, but I would like to see iPhone X support. I also noticed the webpage page has more details. Make the app as good or better than the webpage; otherwise, it isn’t worth downloading.
Super quick and accurate, with no annoying ads. What more could you want?
Plus update to support iPhone X screen
I love Fast for a quick and easy check of my speed. However the display on the iPhone X is needed and long-overdue.
This works better than Speedtest. On Speedtest it says I had 50Mbps download then I Used this and it said I had 200Mbps which I pay for 180Mbps.. But can you add a upload speed too
read the title
First test 29mb/s. 2nd test 3mb/s within 30seconds of each other. Awesome lol
Fast and beautiful. Great for a quick speed test.
Nice, clean and simple, only shows download speed, but it’s enough for most users
I’m in Australia and have a (nominally) 100Mbit link. Being Australia that means that, occasionally, I get up to 70Mbits. This app shows that I’m getting 130Mbits/sec. Seriously, Netflix, either fix this or remove it. It’s worse than useless.
On home wifi (NBN FTTH) FAST gave 9.9Mbps download . Tapped the “compare on speedtest.net” button that appeared with the result. Speedtest.net gave 31.14Mbps download. Dozens of tries all with the same difference. I wonder if Fast uses Netflix own servers for its tests.
Doesn’t show anything but download speed, let alone have the option for anything else, and it can’t even get the download speed accurate. Disappointing and not worth your time.
I’m on a 25Mb NBN plan. So why is this app telling me my speed is around 34Mb? I mean it would be great if it was...but it ain’t, and Speedtest by OOkla gives me the correct speed every time