Network Signal Info Pro

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About this app

Network Signal Info Pro provides detailed information over the currently used network with accurate signal strength output, whether WiFi (WLAN) or cellular (mobile) connection and is easy to use.

Do you know ? Network Signal Info / Pro are UNIQUE
This type of software is ONLY available on Android smartphones - neither iOS nor Window Phones.

The Pro version (compared to the free version) has no ads, a NEW cell tower database with more than 80 million entries, a NEW MOBILE SIGNAL TRACKER function that generates a KML file for use with Google Earth, more widgets, a MOBILE SIGNAL LOST SERVICE and much more.

Three widget sizes: 1x1, 2x1 and 2x2 in different styles.
(If you can't find widgets, please copy the app back to phone memory)

I have especially worked on the visualization of the Wi-Fi and mobile signal strength. They have received special importance. Normally they are only divided into weak, good and excellent signals. Graphically there are mostly "only" three to five bars shown as a mobile signal and three "waves" shown as a Wi-Fi connection.

My app differentiates the signal strength into a total of 14 bars. This will give you a quick visualized and detailed information on your signal strength.

In addition to the more sophisticated graphical representation of the signal strength you will also be able to see some more interesting information.

Furthermore, there is a log function in csv-file format for wireless and mobile signal strength available (for e.g. Excel import).

With "Mobile Signal":
Network operators, sim provider, phone type, network type, network strength in dbm and ASU, data state, data activity, country code of the mobile phone, device ID, IP address (internal und external), roaming state.

In "Wi-Fi signal":
Wi-Fi-Name (SSID), BSSID, MAC address, maximum Wi-Fi speed, IP address, external IP address, net capability, net channel, subnet mask, Gateway IP address, DHCP server address, DNS1 and DNS2 address.

If you like this app, please give me a positive rating in the market.
Updated on
Jun 26, 2022

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6.3K reviews
Jerome Anderson
June 2, 2022
I have been using it for 3 years. I originally got when I was installing a cellphone booster. It turned out to have so many features that it became a valuable tool for a iot project I was on. The logging feature has been a great tool for helping me determine singles and towers and strength to present it to carriers and pressure them to fix. And this is just one of the many features I use. I recommend getting the pro version the low cost for ad free is worth it. Highly recommend it.
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Maurice Crouse
June 20, 2021
Good information. But the widget never changes its information about the strength of the signal. The text statement always reads -140 dBm and the graph never shows any bars of any color. This seems to have been a constant complaint from those who rate the app, but nothing has been done to correct it. I never see any response from the developer.
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Jack Wiggins
September 17, 2021
I like this app enough to buy the pro version which I normally don't do. The only real problem I have is that it keeps telling me cell towers are in impossible places. I don't think the cell tower map is very accurate. Other than that I'm finding it very useful. Edit: Have tracked down a couple dozen cell towers now and only one is really there. Two are apparently in the middle of a river surrounded by swamp. Are they invisible?EDIT: Another year later and nothing's changed
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What's new

More LTE (4G/5G) information, Band name, Band number (from Android 8 and higher)
Better Android 11/12(S) support
Permission query added
bug fixes
performance improvements
stability improvements