Aus Phone Towers seems to work surprisingly well, and there is plenty of data available for each transmission site. I was surprised to see that despite the name of the application, there is actually support for most types of transmission towers (including television and radio)! My only real complaint regarding Aus Phone Towers is that it uses Google Maps. I know, I know - I'm using an Android mobile device which runs an operating system from Google... But the Aus Phone Towers application is already using OpenCellID and the Mozilla Location Service - why not go one step further and offer OpenStreetMap support (even if it was only optional)? Other than that one minor complaint, I simply cannot recommend this application highly enough.
Very good app for travelers. Be excellent if it can cache results for offline viewing. This would be beneficial for travelers who go out of coverage by using the app to search the geographic area prior to losing coverage, then use the cache results to possibly change travel route.
This is surprisingly a good app would love for it to stay even when fully zoomed out so you can see the full impact of certain towers. Other then that deserves a 5 star rating.
This is the most helpful and useful app I have on my phone. Thank you. Immense help in understanding local 3G capabilities. Have been able to help others elsewhere to check who is likely to be best provider in their regional areas. A 10 out of 5 stars. I absolutely love it.
I recommend this app if you are looking for tower information. It is the only one I've found to confirm the rural Optus tower and frequency I'm connected to. Well worth paying for lunch. 5 stars...
A very useful, well thought out app. Many thanks to the author.
Now indicates whether tower frequency is active or not at each site. Adjusted capacity algorithm. Introduced Civil services and Pager services. Fixed menu state restore. Changed colours. Various crash fixes.