Find the fastest DNS server for your phone or network
The app is excellent and it has almost no problems. However, I did find one issue. It takes longer to download the app on certain wifi/mobile data. It all depends on where you are located. 9/10
Although it does show you many servers, I am not certain if these are real servers or just pre-made lists. There are no options. The stars indicate that there are 2 choices. Searches can't be based on latency or packet loss, download speed or upload speed. I believe they're just pre-made lists. This is why you can search for "best DNS server" and get a similar list to what this app provides.
Here's my story... I downloaded the app and ran it. That is just stupid!
So many problems. For IPv6 DNS, ping mode is not supported. The default servers included with the application are IPv4 and therefore unreachable over modern networks. Resolving the DNS server using a hostname (e.g. The first sample of dns64.dns.google includes information about the time it took to resolve the hostname before you actually contact the DNS. It does nothing. The button to "change privacy consent” is not working. After creating entries, you cannot edit them. You cannot retest an entry without repeating the entire process.
Aggressive Ads It plays aggressive ads every time. After a second testing, it will play a loud take-over the-screen type ad. It almost makes it unusable. A banner ad wouldn't interfere with the UI. Money grubbing garbage, don't download.
It is impossible to change privacy consent. Just go back to the screen for the test. Is it coincidence or malpractice? It's unfortunate to say the very least.
It's pretty good, but it would be great to have an automatic average temperature. It would be nice to have five quick readings and not need instantaneous. To determine which DNS is most reliable over time, you will need to use pen and paper.
The Ruined Experience. It used to be simple and straightforward. Recent update has made it annoying and unskippable to see ads. You can roll back to the previous version of this app and it will never be updated again
It takes only 5 seconds and is very fast. It gives completely random results. Local network resolver gave me the worst results of 500ms. I tested it again and got first at 7ms. This test is using cached domain name results. Compare Rubbish to DNS Benchmark by Steve Gibson of GRC. For the lack of intrusive advertisements, a second star was added.
Amazing, works flawlessly. I was in a room without WiFi. After I switched dns settings to the best I received 3-4 signal. The problem is that they can be deleted.
Nice app to do some testing. It allows you to add your DNS addresses, and the app already includes the major ones.
It's simple, straight-forward, with minimal ads. I was able to easily see which DNS is the best on my family and friends networks (honestly whoose doesn't Could flare at that point).
It works well, the design is nice, and there are useful features. I did 10 test and only saw one ad, which was not bad at all.
Excellent and it works as a charm. I would like to see more DNS servers automatically so we don't have to add amazing dns servers such as next DNS manually.
Every refresh brings about changes. You will need to do several updates in order to find the average best. Google still topped the charts with 38ms. The next Google refresh came in at 13th place with 76ms.
Follow below steps to download and install DNS Speed Test app for Desktop
First, download and install an Android emulator software to your Laptop.
Run the emulator software and open Google play store to install DNS Speed Test
Now, you will be able to setup and run DNS Speed Test on your Computer via the emulator.
To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can go through the software’s official website.