My Mobile Coverage #1 RootMetrics 2nd, sensorly 3rd, open signal maps & cellmapper tied 4th, coverage mapper 5th, and cellumap a distant 6th. But we should use all of them at the same time to create evidence carriers can't ignore. Each collects different data needed to see network problems.
Sold to Verizon! I get these perfect awesome readings from T-Mobile's network 100/30 just to get rejected and reported as bad tests. I can see root metrics cashing Verizon's checks all over the place.
!!!! In my area, 17881 Verizon is the ONLY one that has 4G LTE and awesome speeds. The others. AT&T average = 2.56 mbps; Tmobile/Sprint = 0 coverage. So why does the map show bad for Verizon? Either nobody did the study or you don't accept the reports or haven't done any reports for years.
This app and the online web site have been handy for some planning, and quite a bargain for free. I would like to see some definite indication of what the app is doing. I have attempted to map several routes with no apparent results before figuring out, by experiment, how the app works. It is not easily apparent whether the app is set up properly or working at all.
Works well, uses a lot of data I used to love network testing, but since the newest update it has become data intensive. Now I completely understand why the data tearing became mandatory, it makes sense, but I did 5 minutes of testing and consumed about 100MB of data. Doing that everyday and it adds up. Please find a way to run a data efficient test.
GPS no longer works ? Using nexus 7 lte or Samsung s5 - this app never gets a good lock. Uses to work fine. Raised a ticket buy not fixed. Other apps report GPS fine?
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