100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Adam Austin Conti on 23/05/2013
a splash screen and not a working app? Yes, yes it is.
by Scott Baker on 21/05/2013
It's not cool to put out an update to cripple a working application.
by Robert Klace on 17/05/2013
If anyone would bother to go to and READ the link the update displays, you all would have your answer. The FCC is spending a lot of money developing their OWN testing system and couldn't justify spending more money on top of that for offering this too. It
by Chip VanDan on 04/05/2013
by Brett Gadient on 03/05/2013
What a joke. "New app coming". Remove this from the play store
by Don Smart on 20/04/2013
Opens fine, but when I was touch a new tab it force closes.
by Patrick Healy on 18/04/2013
Sunsetting an app by a federal agency is unacceptable....
by Ryan Beesley on 17/04/2013
My guess is that they had a contract with the FCC to provide this service that ended on April 1. Pushing an update that removes this ability might make sense to the business, but talk about a bad practice for customers. Ookla still has their own app on th
by J Mazur on 17/04/2013
DOESN'T WORK-probably because it appears to just be an interface app to a Windows only program.This appears to just be an interface app to the FCC program which only works on Windows PC's-that's probably why this app DOESN'T WORK! Also, I question if the
by Brent Hilgenkamp on 17/04/2013
As of April 16 2013 the app does not work. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of the app install page can report it as inappropriate.
by James Ricker on 13/04/2013
Why push an update that breaks intentionally breaks the functionality of the app?
by Harry Whitecross on 13/04/2013
April Foil? F U
by Mehmet AtÄ±f ErgÃ¼n on 13/04/2013
Goes to show the reliability of the developer...
by Rosario Cracchiolo on 10/04/2013
Waste of time
by Richard Vallely on 10/04/2013
For those of you who have App Monster or anything else like that, go into the backup files or download history and reinstall the old version...it still works.