Download RouterCheck

Thank you for your interest in RouterCheck.

In order to run RouterCheck, you’ll need an android-logo capable device, and a router/network to test against.

If you have any trouble with the following instructions, let us know at

Installing RouterCheck

RouterCheck can be installed from the Google Play Store by clicking here:

Get it on Google Play

Additional Documents

You might want to download these additional documents to help with your RouterCheck tests:

  • RouterCheck Installation and Usage – further explains how to install RouterCheck and how to use it.
  • RouterCheck Test Plan – our document that describes how we’ve tested RouterCheck. This plan lists all of the changes that you can make to your router’s settings and how RouterCheck should detect and respond to them. If you’d like to see how powerful this system is, this is a good place to start.

Is the RouterCheck Server Running?

To see if the Server is running, Click Here (if the server is running, a page will be returned, otherwise, it will time out).

What to do after testing?

We’d love to hear your impressions of RouterCheck. Please direct any feedback you have to us at We appreciate all comments that help us make the product better.

Things you might include with your comments:

Test Environment

  • What router (vendor and model) did you test with RouterCheck?
  • What type of device were you using to run RouterCheck on?

Experience using RouterCheck

  • Did RouterCheck find any issues with your router that you weren’t already aware of?
  • Did using RouterCheck cause you to modify how you configure your router?
  • Did you encounter any problems?
  • What other tests would be beneficial?

User Experience

  • How would you make RouterCheck easier to use?
  • What things did you not understand?
  • If you chose to run in a non-English language, was the translation good?

Anything Else?

  • What else should we know to make RouterCheck a better product?