It seems Google is working on a speed test service that will be built within Google Search and can be used simply by searching for "check internet speed" or something similar.
The feature is being developed partnership with Measurement Lab (or M-Lab), who will be doing the actual testing. The test will check your download and upload speed and latency.
Looks like Google is testing their own internet speed test (query = "check internet speed") - not seeing it live -- pic.twitter.com/wjsPIlEbFv— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) June 27, 2016
The service is not yet active so we don't really know what it looks like. For what it's worth, Bing has had a speed test built into its search results for a while now (accessed by searching for "speed test") and even Netflix recently released, although simplistic, speed test service at fast.com. And then of course there is the most popular option from Ookla.
There is no known timeline for when this feature will be released to the public.
YouTube movie about a new way to faster Internet search (google and bing) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaai9XHZEl4
Only problem with this is that a lot of local ISPs here in Mumbai have Google server cacheing so all Google sites: Google,Gmail, YouTube, blogspot etc work as if they're on LAN irrespective of your internet plan speed. For example: I download st...
Once the NBN is fully rolled out everyone in Aussie will enjoy stellar net speeds and we can have our cake and eat it too