My Mobile Coverage still #1 Root Metrics 2nd, improving by eliminating big hex overlay, added back the logical traffic light colors for voice, but still uses terrible blue/red color scheme for data. Sensorly 3rd. Open signal maps & Cellmapper tied 4th, coverage mapper 5th but no longer supporting/updating, 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.
Another terrible backwards "update" New interface is absolutely horrible. Almost everything about it is less functional and more annoying to use than the previous version. I've never understood the stupidity required for a company to feel compelled to "update" a perfectly functional peice of software into a broken, ugly pile of crap like this.
Back to the drawing board - Sprint LTE+ should be a technology I want it unlimited tests please had it before why not now plus it doesnt even say your data usage off the tests i have unlimited so... I should be able to test constantly. constantly is constantly not how it is now
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.
Untrustworthy data,it's false This app shows in the coverage maps as good service and when I test and see my signal levels are poor. This makes it false information and untrustworthy. Is Verizon paying money for this to show different?
Best coverage map I've used the web based version on my pc plenty of times, the app is equally good. A lot of other coverage maps are either outdated or grossly inaccurate. This one seems to be the closest to reality.
• Improved user interface. Our updated app not only boasts a beautiful new user interface, but it also makes it easy to find and select the options and settings you want to use before running a test.
• Get a broader understanding of your findings with new stats such as moving averages, histories, and more.
• Easily select multiple hexes on the map to compare your results, and find out if others are having the same experience.
• Test how you want, when you want.