Ping

Ping Free App

Rated 3.92/5 (12) —  Free Android application by Rsolution.be

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About Ping

This app uses a UNIX-ping to ping a domain, ip or computer.
The ping command can be used to check connectivity.



Ping is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP) network and to measure the round-trip time for messages sent from the originating host to a destination computer.

Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP response. In the process it measures the time from transmission to reception (round-trip time)[1] and records any packet loss. The results of the test are printed in the form of a statistical summary of the response packets received, including the minimum, maximum, and the mean round-trip times, and sometimes the standard deviation of the mean.

How to Download / Install

Download and install Ping version 1.0 on your Android device!
Downloaded 1,000+ times, content rating: Not rated
Android package: be.rsolution.rapp.ping, download Ping.apk

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App History & Updates

More downloads  Ping reached 1 000 - 5 000 downloads
More downloads  Ping reached 500 - 1 000 downloads

What are users saying about Ping

P70%
by P####:

Good

U70%
by U####:

Can only ping four times

S70%
by S####:

Good

V70%
by V####:

Simple and straightforward, shows the data I want to see and does it swiftly. It tests only 4 packets, which is quite little for testing packet loss. With the ability to change the amount of packets this would be flawless.

Y70%
by Y####:

Simple and straightforward, shows the data I want to see and does it swiftly. It tests only 4 packets, which is quite little for testing packet loss. With the ability to change the amount of packets this would be flawless.

D70%
by D####:

It works. Simple and straightforward, shows the data I want to see and does it swiftly. It tests only 4 packets, which is quite little for testing packet loss. With the ability to change the amount of packets this would be flawless.


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Rating Distribution

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