I'm not sure how accurate the map is. Since the when using the data test, it records my phone's original carrier, even when I'm roaming. This and the fact that data points from, for example, Verizon Wireless end up in Canada. And I'm pretty sure Verizon will have none in Canada. Besides this nitpick of things off about the app. The app overall is very usable and useful.
Obviously either Verizon is in control of the results or only Verizon users use this app. Hexes update with data points but map itself does not. Several months and no map update. Open Signal has way more users.
OK when it works, but most of the time it doesn't collect any coverage data on any phone I've used. Developer isn't interested in fixing it.
I have solid proof that Root Metrics is registering Verizon speed tests as T-Mobile.
It needs landscape mode for tablets. Would be five stars with landscape mode
New update You must have a bug in this version as cannot send any testing data points back. Ui is very poor and unwieldy. It took several attempts to get the settings to open on both a S3 and a S5 mini. The previous version of the app functioned much better than this one. Additional on 09/11/16 app failed to carry out 2nd of a 3 test sequence. Tells me I have no coverage when all is working. Vodafone network.
• Improved multi-hex selection on CoverageMap
• Added view transitions for a nicer user experience
• Fixed issue with crashes while running a Test
• Fixed issue with crashes during opening animation
• Fixed issues with the CoverageMap Search feature
• Fixed issues with selecting location for the Report feature
• Fixed issue where the alarm would not stop after a Test completed
• Fixed issue with the auto-detecting the device’s carrier on first launch