With hundreds of Android devices currently available, many may be interested in their performance in a simple, reliable way. 3DMark has been around for years on the Windows side of things, allowing people to benchmark their CPU and GPU. It’s finally made its way over to Android devices. You can get it for free in the Google Play Store from this link. For other platforms, such as Windows RT and Apple’s iOS, those are still under development. Unfortunately, 3DMark for Android has a number of minimum software and hardware requirements, including needing at least 1GB of RAM, Android 3.1, and 300MB of storage space.