Benchmark tools are used to compare or benchmark products to see which one performs better. A number of factors are used to determine the final benchmark scores of products. Similarly, Android phones / tablets can also be benchmark-ed using various benchmark apps that are available on Google Play Store for free.
We have gathered a list of top/best Android benchmark apps that you can use on your Android devices and check their scores. Most of the apps mentioned below use hardware factors as well, but some are software-based only. You can see the list of apps right after the jump.
Top Benchmark Apps on Android for Phones & Tablets
We have compiled a list of the top benchmark apps for Android devices. Here is the list:
1. AnTuTu Benchmark
Description: AnTuTu Benchmark can run a full test of a key project, through the “Memory Performance”,”CPU Integer Performance”,”CPU Floating point Performance”,”2D 3D Graphics Performance”,”SD card reading/writing speed”,”Database IO” performance testing on the mobile phone Performance of the hardware to make score.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download AnTuTu Benchmark.
2. Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji Free
Description: Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji Free – World’s Leading Mobile Phone Gaming Benchmark Rightware’s Basemark™ ES 2.0 Taiji Free gaming and graphics performance measurement utility is a consumer-version of the mobile industry’s standard graphics benchmarking product. The world’s most widely adopted graphics benchmarking software used by mobile phone manufacturers and semiconductor companies is now available for gamers, game developers and all consumers who want to measure the performance of their devices in the context of gaming and graphics.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji Free.
Description: CF-Bench is (mainly) CPU and memory benchmark tool specifically designed to be able to handle multi-core devices, produce a fairly stable score, and test both native as well managed code performance. It tests specific device properties you do not regularly see tested by other benchmarks, and runs in a set timeframe.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download CF-Bench.
4. GLBenchmark 2.1.4
Description: GLBenchmark 2.1.4 performance testing utility measures different graphics and computation capabilities of your mobile device. The majority of the tests focus on graphics resources, measuring the quality and performance of the underlying OpenGL ES 2.x implementation. The benchmark, among other features, contains high-level 3D animations; low-level graphics measurements; a possibility to create personalized benchmarking suites by changing settings.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download GLBenchmark 2.1.4.
5. Linpack for Android
Description: Speed test your Android device and ROM with this standard CPU benchmark. Check the speed of your Android device and compare it to other Android devices. Results in millions of floating point operations per second (MFLOPS). Save results or post to the website to beat the best times.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download Linpack for Android.
Description: Got a shiny new graphics chip? Make it suffer with NenaMark! NenaMark2 is an OpenGL|ES 2.0 benchmark for high-end mobile devices, continuing where the popular NenaMark1 left off with more advanced graphical effects and higher resolution graphics.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download NenaMark2.
7. Quadrant Standard Edition
Description: Quadrant is a CPU, I/O and 3D graphics benchmark. The Standard Edition requires an Internet connection to compute benchmark results and is supported by ads. The application does not work on devices with no GPU (Spica, Tattoo). This edition may not be used for commercial purposes.
Available free from Google Play Store: Download Quadrant Standard Edition.
8. Vellamo Mobile Web Benchmark
Available free from Google Play Store: Download Vellamo Mobile Web Benchmark.