Signal Strength

Contains adsIn-app purchases
40.3K reviews
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About this app

Are you living or working in a low signal area ?
Are you sure that your internet is connected ?
Is your 5G connection actually connected to 5G?
Then this is the app for you. With this app you can get a good idea of the Cellular and WiFi signal strength and find out which corners of your office or home are having the best reception.

What this app gives you:-

General User
• Signal meter 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, WiFi
• Signal Charts including logger
• Connectivity check
• Speed test
• WiFi scan
• Home screen signal widgets including signal, connectivity/latency, network, battery, clock and storage (Pro feature)
• Signal notification in status bar (Pro feature)

Advanced User
• RF dBm, Channel, bandwidth, linkspeed, frequency
• Network stats
• Cell towers
• Latency
• Out of service, low signal and roaming alerts.

The app uses these sensitive permissions only for the purpose of displaying the signal information.
• Phone permissions. This permission is essentially required for accessing and diplaying SIM, network and phone state.
• Location permission. The app does not use location data. However app requires to display cellular and wifi signal details which are protected by precise location permission.
• Background location access. Signal Widgets, notifications, log and alerts are a core feature of this app which need to work in the background and respond while the app is not in use. For correct operation of these features in addition to location permission, app will also need background location permission.

Pro Features(Inapp Purchase)
• AdFree
• Signal widgets (6 types)
• Connectivity widget (1 type)
• Signal Notification in status bar

• A very few phones are not following the signal reporting standard fully especially 5G/dual SIM related. Consider sending a debug report by email from app menu to incorporate workarounds.
Updated on
Apr 28, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

39.3K reviews
Davon Brown
May 28, 2023
I like the information it provides and I appreciate how it simplifies the information on signals with easy to understand words, like Slow, OK, and Fast. As for the ads, their not intrusive as long as you stick to the Signal menu and Net menu which is all I ever use from the app. Outside of those pages, you'll likely run into those awful full page ads.
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Scott Alvar
April 27, 2021
Nice simple clean layout, it looked good for a second. Ads we're small and non-obtrusive at the bottom of the screen. It shows the signal in asu, not dbm. However, I sat here for a minute watching it and thinking about it, and it popped up a full page ad in my web browser. Oh heck no. I am okay with ad supported, I am not okay with ads taking over my computer.
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A Google user
January 14, 2020
This is the best of the apps like it I checked. First, the signal strength is shown in a big graphic easy to see while you're driving and trying to find a place to phone from. That's the only parameter I want to see, so the others are superfluous. Second, the developer doesn't require you to let him access all your contacts. What's annoying is that when the app opens the screen shows a notification that the app needs Location Permission and Phone Permission for certain functions and there's no option for skipping it. So it requires scrutinizing the screen to tap the ok box, which is not good for drivers looking for a place to make a phone call. I don't mind the ads because they don't interfere with the use of the app. If the notification could be skipped I'd rate the app 5★ and pay for the premium.
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January 16, 2020
Thanks for the review. The location permission is important for the main function of the app. Android has linked it with cellular information so it's inescapable.

What's new

• Bug fixes