Internet Speed Test is also test Network speed test – check real time speed wifiHow does this speed test work?This speed test uses WebSocket technology for accurate measuring your real Internet connection speed. The best server is automatically selected when you start the test. The following parameters are measured when the test is run:Let’s test your Internet speedInternet Speed Meter will show you the download and upload speeds from our speed test servers to your device.- Real-time speed update in status bar and notification.- Daily traffic usage in notification.- Separate stats for Mobile network and WiFi network.- Monitors your traffic data for the last 30 days.- Battery efficient- Real time Download and Upload Speed in status bar and notification.- Download Speed: This is the maximum amount of info (in megabytes) your computer can receive from the Internet in a given second.Faster download speeds ensure smooth video and game streaming -Upload Speed: The maximum amount of info (in megabytes) that your computer can send to the Internet in a given second.Upload files, like photos, faster- Ping (or LATENCY) – the network delays in milliseconds [ms] when the data is sent between your computer and the Internet. This is the most important parameter when we are talking about online games or calls. Latency time strongly depends on distance between you and the reference server. The longer distance, the bigger latency value is expected. Typical ping values in domestic networks should not exceed 50 ms. But for example at the distance between United States and Europe the ping value may be between 100 and 150 ms.Mbps: Megabits per second. You need eight megabits per second to move a one megabyte file, i.e., bits move bytes.Higher Mbps means faster transfer of files like digital photosWhy test your internet speed?It could improve your internet experience.Taking a speed test will tell you if your service is underperforming, and it can also troubleshoot issues on your network. If your internet speed test results are far lower than what you’re paying for, call your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to see if it can help you resolve the issue. If the problem persists, it may be time to switch ISPs.You can also use a speed test to identify internet traffic patterns in your neighborhood. Try it during different times of the day and week to get a sense of when the most slowing occurs. Then you can use those patterns to plan your internet usage around high-traffic times.Speeds can vary at different times of the day based on how many people are connected to the internet and what they are doing on it. To get a better understanding of the speeds in your home or business we recommend testing your speed at different times, including outside of peak periods from 7pm-11pm in the evening.