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Fast.com speed test app now measures your device's upload and latency speeds

1 month ago   |   By Phone Arena

For those who aren't happy with the accuracy of the Speedtest.net app, the Netflix Fast.com app relays information taken directly from Netflix's servers. Previously, the Fast.com speed test revealed only download speeds, but now has added two new metrics that it will measure. You will now be able to see the upload speed of the device in question, and the latency.
Download speed measures how fast data travels from the internet to your device, and upload speed measures how fast data travels from your device to the internet. Latency measures the time it takes for data ...
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Fast.com Measures Latency And Upload Speed Now

Fast.com Measures Latency And Upload Speed Now

1 month ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Netflix launched a new, free, and fast way for people to check their internet speeds a couple of years ago. The tool was simply called Fast.com and it didn't require you to do much else than punching in the URL into your browser of choice. Netflix has said that the site has seen “incredibly strong” organic growth in the past couple of years so it's adding more functionality to the site now.
Netflix says that the usage of Fast.com has doubled over the past seven months and that the site has generated over half a billion speed tests from across the globe. Users have asked to see more...
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