Needs more options and detail I love this app. Its great for seeing old 3g towers or where there is network heavy congestion and hpsa+ 4g esque speeds. I wish there was a decibel heat map or a way to see what frequency was giving the speeds and signal. Also a toggle to include small circle indoors signal on the map. There can be a 30 decibel or more difference between at the front door of a store and inside. Maybe none identifiable a way to see individual devices if the user opts in. One phone could give great readings but not another.
What does this do! Will it is nice to know the problem, how does this fix it! We all know that with security curtains all over the place these days this plays a great part in having Internet access any where you go also, with net traffic it is not always first come first serve. Larger companys pay the service provider to skip the line ahead of the small man aka "us" so it comes down to the bottom line money 💰 How much can we make? How much to skip to the head of the line. Those are my thoughts.
I mean I'm not sure how to rate an app that does nothing for me.. I can get all the information it gives me elsewhere, and more accurately, but I suppose its good to help out the site. And as long as you make the intervals between times it checks in decently far apart from each other, it wont do too much to ur battery or data usage.
Good app, but sucks battery and data Works well, updates the map fast with my drives. But, shows up in top 5 of my battery users and uses 15-25 MB of data per day even when I haven't launched it in days (and am set to active mode so no background data collecting should be occurring).
Crowd-sourced I like the crowd- sharing aspect the most. I noticed AT&T has by far the best 4g in the city, although Verizon has the best overall network. Full of useful network statistical and data connectivity tools for both WiFi and cell connections. Overall well made and practical. So far no noticeable drain on resources or battery life.
Crashes, maps need work Crashes at the beginning of every 13th speed test (This has been an issue through several app versions). Needs integrated 2g/3g/LTE maps. You know people can still access 2g/3g on LTE phones and LTE isn't everywhere right? We shouldn't be required to change maps to view 2g/3g data in areas with no LTE coverage or where there's no data collected on 4g coverage. Nexus 6 v5.1
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