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FCC releases speed test app to perform both active and passive mobile data tests

FCC releases speed test app to perform both active and passive mobile data tests The FCC has released its own open-source speed test app in the Play Store, giving any Android user access to mobile data speed information on their device. The main goal of the app, the FCC claims, is to empower wireless customers in the U.S. to know how well their smartphone's mobile network is performing. Just as you would expect, you can perform active data speed tests, which return download, upload, latency and packet loss information. You'll also get extra info such as signal strength, SIM operator code

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14 Nov
Droid @Droid
FCC releases speed test app to perform both active and passive mobile data tests http://t.co/UDGMecfgzz via @androidcentral #Android
14 Nov
Android Central @androidcentral
FCC releases speed test app to perform both active and passive mobile data tests http://t.co/LLJvgnFhww #android