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AnTuTu logo.png
Stable release
7.0 / February 2018; 7 months ago (2018-02)
Operating system Android, iOS, Windows
Platform ARM
Available in English
Type Benchmark (computing)

AnTuTu (Chinese: 安兔兔; pinyin: ĀnTùTu) is a Chinese software benchmarking tool commonly used to benchmark phones and devices.[1][2]


The company developing the software is based in Chaoyang District, Beijing,[3] and was cofounded by Chinese entrepreneurs Shào Yīng (邵英)[4] and Liáng Bīn (梁斌).[5]


The AnTuTu benchmark is so common that hardware manufacturers have taken to cheating on the benchmark which makes the benchmark unreliable.[6][7] In response to this cheating AnTuTu has created a new benchmark, called AnTuTu X, which makes it more difficult for manufacturers to cheat.[7][8][9]


  1. ^ AnTuTu. "AnTuTu Benchmark - Android Apps on Google Play". 
  2. ^ Chris Hoffman. "What Does AnTuTu Benchmark Actually Measure?". MakeUseOf. 
  3. ^ "About Us". Official website of AnTuTu (in Chinese). Retrieved 20 February 2016. 地址:北京朝阳区朝阳北路237号复星国际中心20层 (Address: 20th Floor, Fosun International Centre, No. 237 Chaoyang North Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing) 
  4. ^ 卓克 (18 November 2015). "重新定义跑分意义 安兔兔6.0版本发布". Retrieved 29 February 2016. 安兔兔的创始人邵英介绍:在之前版本的积累中,这款软件已经在200多个国家使用,总用户超过2亿... (AnTuTu's founder Shao Ying said, through the previous versions of the software, it had been used in more than 200 countries, with the total user count over 200 million...) 
  5. ^ Hobo C (5 May 2014). "从手机跑分到数据服务,专访安兔兔创始人梁斌 (From smartphone benchmarking to data services, an interview with AnTuTu founder Liang Bin)". Retrieved 29 February 2016. 
  6. ^ "Rampant cheating by Android knockoffs prompts AnTuTu to launch new benchmark". AppleInsider. 3 October 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "To Against Cheating Benchmark AnTuTu Release AnTuTu X Benchmark". 
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-24. Retrieved 2014-11-22. 
  9. ^ Chris Chavez (7 October 2013). "AnTuTu X Benchmark prevents manufacturer cheating". Phandroid - Android News and Reviews. 

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