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GameBench is a young startup based in London/Bristol. It is the creator of the first "mobile usability" benchmarking and analysis tool for the Android device and apps ecosystem.

GameBench is an application that runs in the background while you play your favorite games, non-intrusively monitoring things like frame-rate and battery drain and condensing these into a final rating. You can then access records of all your gameplay sessions via a cloud interface, and see just how well your game or device fared against rival products.

Develop awards finalist for QA and localisation, featured in Engadget, Forbes, Phonearena and several other top media sites, GameBench aims to become a traffic light system from the Android ecosystem enabling the development, optimization and benchmarking of Android apps and devices.

Details of the app:
Targeted Android game and app developers, enthusiasts, device manufacturers.
Now available on play store and works on Amazon kindle HDX devices.
The cloud companion interface is available at login.gamebench.net
(a sample of the web dashboard can be seen at pro.gamebench.net)



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