We've recently reviewed a number of excellent driving cancellation apps, but Testi seems to be the most popular and best-rated of the lot - the app has more than 100k downloads on Google Play and is one of the top 30 Productivity apps on the App store, so it clearly already has a loyal following.
We thought it would be useful to take a closer look at Testi and to conduct a full review of the app for anyone considering downloading it, and for anyone wondering if the premium version of Testi is worth downloading. Let's get into it:
What does the free version of Testi include?
As soon as you enter your driving test reference number and your license number, you're immediately met with a list of available test dates at your chosen test centre (which the app automatically figures out based on your driving test reference details). You can't book any of these dates via the app as this is a premium feature, but you could easily get in touch with the test centre directly to try and book the date before someone else gets it.
Aside from this list of dates, Testi doesn't actually have a huge amount of other features in the free version, but we find the detailed list of test dates to be quite impressive and essentially everything you'd want from an app like this.
Is it worth getting the premium version of Testi?
You'll also receive notifications when new test dates become available, giving you the chance to book the tests earlier than people using the free version of the app. Another great feature of the premium app is that you can add up to 3 other test centres in your area, so if you're happy to sit a test at a number of test centres then this feature gives you a better chance of scoring an earlier test date.
Compared to some of the other driving test cancellation apps that we've reviewed, £11.99 is also quite cheap.
Hopefully, this guide helps you to decide if you should download Testi or not. Let us know if you've tried Testi and if you have any other thoughts about the app or any similar apps!