Network Cell Info Lite & Wifi

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.4
73K reviews
5M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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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 cell carrier radio frequency landscape.

Features comparison: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/features

📡Main features📡:
☆Almost Real-Time (1 sec.) monitoring of cellular carrier and WiFi signals in Gauge and 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 (*)
☆2-3 Signal-meter gauges for both SIMs and WiFi (*)
☆Signal Plots, up to 2 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)
☆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
☆Route coloring (in the Map) according to the signal strength, and map markers with location and signal info
☆Measurements settings (minimum distance, minimum accuracy, motion sensor, etc.)
☆Database export history measurements in KML 2.2, MLS Geosubmit v.2, CLF v.3, OpenCellID CSV, and CMWF database types
☆Network information in Status Bar
☆Raw view of carrier network cellular info
☆Connection statistics (2G/3G/4G/5G)
☆SIM and device info

📃Notes:

Data accuracy is dependent on the device implementation of Android APIs. Not all manufacturers/devices implement fully/correctly Android APIs.
For Android < 5.0, Dual SIM is not supported for non-MediaTek devices, due to Android/device limitation.
You may use Mozilla Stumbler app to update the Mozilla MLS database in your area.

Please check also the richer features of our paid app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wilysis.cellinfo

BETA, when available: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/beta-lite-testing

Manual: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/manual

FAQ: http://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/faq (also FAQ inside app settings / about)

Common Database Formats: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/database

Pro subscription Database Formats: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/database-pro

Phone issues: https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/android-issues

Dual SIM issues: Make sure you enable it in the app settings, https://m2catalyst.com/apps/network-cell-info/dual-sim-issues

Measurements database: The measurements you make in the MAP tab, can be saved locally on your device.
Updated on
Apr 8, 2022

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
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
4.4
73K reviews
Henry Weiler
April 26, 2022
Absolutely love it. Been having many problems with my phone service. Was not sure if it was my phone or reception. Your app showed me I was barely getting any network signal even though I used to get good service at the same location with the same phone. At times it even drops into the red (dead) zone for no apparent reason. My download speeds are not good for LTE either. So great info to find out if you are having service problems. My only complaint is it keeps asking me to set access location.
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Richard Morey
May 10, 2022
The UI on this app is completely confusing. There are icons that make no sense and no information about what the icons do. Sometimes the app seems to track cell phone signal across the map. Other times it doesn't. It also pops up things that I thought are part of the app but are actually ads. It also often shows a red banner with some information that I thought was something important related to the app, but was really just some sales pitch or clickbait type of thing.
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Mike M
May 14, 2022
Used this app too locate my nearest cell tower. The best way I found to do that is by just using the strength meter to determine where the strongest signal was coming from. A lot of the tools are above my pay grade so I didn't use them except for the speed meter. The app looks great, is accurate and easy to navigate. The best app to locate where your strongest signal is coming from.
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What's new

* Added support for 5G & Dual Sim
* Targeting API 30
* Added No Signal Pins to History & Map Tabs
* New Readings Tab - Reporting Bad Readings to MNOs
* Added real-time Cell and Wifi Gauge Widgets
* Added support for Android 12 devices
* Bug fixes