Network Cell Info & Wifi

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About this app

Network Cell Info is an extensive mobile network and Wi-Fi monitoring app with measurement and diagnostic tools (5G, LTE+, LTE, CDMA, WCDMA, GSM). Network Cell Info can help troubleshoot your reception and connectivity problems while keeping you in the know about your local cellular coverage.

Network Cell Info is for anyone looking to improve their mobile experience and achieve their strongest cellular and Wi-Fi signal strength. This app also shows users which cellular tower they're connected to along with stats on the history of their signal strength. Users also report when they experience bad signals via the key feature below.

Key Feature: The Bad Signal Reporter

Wouldn’t it be terrific if every bad mobile signal you encountered was automatically reported to your mobile network operator? How much better would our mobile networks be if the operators had access to this information and then acted upon it?

The good news is that such access is available today through Network Cell Info. This powerful app collects bad signal (either no signal or fringe coverage) data from the mobile devices of app users who have consented to such collection, and then generates a Bad Signal Report that we make available for FREE to every MNO in the world.

📡Main features📡:
☆Almost Real-Time (1 sec.) monitoring of cellular carrier and WiFi signals in Gauge/Raw Tabs
☆5G, LTE+, LTE, IWLAN, UMTS, GSM, CDMA support
☆One-tap WiFi/mobile internet performance speed test (download, upload, ping, and jitter)
☆Dual-SIM support
☆5-6 Signal-meter gauges for both SIMs and WiFi
☆Signal Plots, up to 6 cells
☆Band number
☆SIM# preference option, for other than Gauge tab
☆Map with network cellular info and signal-meter gauges
☆History Logs, Measurements of cellular signals (in the Map tab)
☆Readings Tab reporting the number of bad signals
☆Indication of cell locations (not carrier cell towers) in the Map from Mozilla Location Service (MLS), excl. CDMA
☆Personal Best Signal Finder map layer shows your signal strength history by location
☆Crowdsourced Best Signal Finder shows your carrier's nearest best signals
☆Personal Best Signal Finder history graphs your signal strength over time
☆Measurement settings (minimum distance, minimum accuracy, motion sensor, etc.)
☆Database export history measurements
☆Network information in Status Bar
☆Raw view of carrier network cellular info
☆Connection statistics (2G/3G/4G/5G)
☆SIM and device info

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Updated on
Apr 11, 2024

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

11.5K reviews
Soar -
April 30, 2024
Really liked this app until the last update. Now it is aggressively attempting to reach many different external IP addresses without a clear explanation of why. It does this even when the app is not supposed to be running, which is unacceptable. Also, the signal strength for the data connection is now non-functional. I would have given this app 5 stars before, but now can only give it a generous 2 stars. Hopefully the devs can quickly resolve these issues.
5 people found this review helpful
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Ronald Gibson
April 26, 2024
Neighbor #1 & #2 at first not display anything in those two gages. It looks like that was fixed with an update. Also does not point to a cell site when in the Map tab. It does show Band 38 that is not used in North America. Almost the same frequencies as Band 41. Using MetroPCS on the T-Mobile network.
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Eric Moyer
October 14, 2023
It helps me find cell towers and know what performance to expect from a location. It is good at what it's supposed to do. However, you have to specifically configure it to not be annoying. It has useless notifications and (unless you turn it off) nags you for background permission. I don't want this chewing up my battery when I'm not looking for a tower. And it nags you to rate it. So it's a good app, but it should be not annoying by default.
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What's new

* Bug fixes