| || Unfortunately iOS would be significantly harder. We'd like to do it eventually, but...|
1) Netalyzr's core code is written in Java, which made it (relatively) easy to port the core tests to Android.
2) We do rely on the ability to run in the background, which is what allows a user to open another application, turn off the phone, or do something else while the tests are running. On iOS, applications are severely limited as to what they can do in the background (from a user standpoint, this is actually good: you can't have phantom drains on your battery).
But at the same time, i use an iPhone, so I too would like an iOS version.
Any questions and please help spread the word... If there any questions, I'll be glad to answer them.
Also, we'd love it if everyone could help spread the word. Unlike other apps, we aren't paid by advertisements. Instead, we are "paid" in data: every Netalyzr execution adds to our information about the general health of the Internet: what works, what doesn't, and what can be done about it.
Re: Any questions and please help spread the word...
said by nweaver:Nice test. I use on Windows desktop and laptop once a month or so. Ran well on my Samsung Galaxy S4.
If there any questions, I'll be glad to answer them.
It wasn't in the app store yet when accessed from phone. But I did install OK from the link provided in this story from the Google Play store in my Windows laptop.