Speedtests,4G-3G coverage maps

Speedtests,4G-3G coverage maps

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Pros
  • Ease of use
  • Reliability
  • Good-looking layout
  • Data collection by users
Cons
  • Battery draining on "active" data collection level
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Find the best carrier out"

Reviewed by / Apr 27, 2012

Sensorly allows you to see carrier's 2G, 3G, 4G and WiFi coverage based on recordings made by users

You cannot be over WiFi all the time since there isn't a developed structure which allows it, specially in the outskirts. So you need to use your 2G, 3G or 4G connection sometimes and we're pretty sure you have suffer low coverage inconvenience. Sensorly helps you to find where the best coverage points around you.

Sensorly allows you to compare carrier's coverage and signal quality of any location in the World. Millions of recordings made by Sensorly users throughout the World make it even more reliable. You can only report indoor locations with poor coverage, which is pretty useful, specially for cafes and public locations.

You can set the data collection level to improve the database of Sensorly. Take into account that the wider data collection the more battery it will drain (don't be scared, it isn't intrusive in other regards).

The app really works. What's more, it is set in a good-looking layout and user-friendly interface that makes really easy getting the hang of it very quick. High recommendable.

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Developer's original description available here
Get coverage maps and speedtest maps of your carrier's 3G, LTE, 4G or Wifi network, based on actual signal and speed readings provided by other users !

The Sensorly all-in-one app gives you :

- up-to-date coverage maps and speedtest maps for 4G, LTE, 3G, 2G and Wifi networks worldwide. 400 mobile networks have been mapped by our users, including Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, EE, O2, and many others

- A speedtest tool: instantly get to know your data transmission speed for 4G, Wifi, LTE or 2G/3G networks. You can even share your results on Facebook, Twitter, Google + or Pinterest!

- The ability to map your neighborhood: use your daily trips to complete your carrier's coverage map. Check if there is 4G or LTE or 3G in your area!

-Your speedtest history and the time you have spent on 4G, 3G, LTE or Wifi during the day

-Signal and speedtest info to help you compare carriers: who has got the best coverage for you? Make your choice among all networks available around you: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile. Check if you'll access a 3G network, a 4G network or LTE

Sensorly is a free crowdsourced service: the more you use the app, the more precise and complete a coverage map and speedtest map get. So join us and get real info on your coverage and speed!

Join us on social networks:
Google + : http://plus.google.com/102681005884239785615/about
Twitter : http://twitter.com/sensorly
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/sensorly
Pinterest : http://www.pinterest.com/sensorly/

Recently changed in this version

3.8
Bug fixes. Android 5 support.


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Comments and ratings for Speedtests,4G-3G coverage maps
  • (53)

    by Syahrul Nizam Md Thakhrim on 09/03/2015

    Please include the 4GLTE options in the maps for DTAC (Thailand telco).

  • (53)

    by Justin Smith on 07/03/2015

    This

  • (53)

    by John Scott on 05/03/2015

    Very good

  • (53)

    by Muhammad Fikri on 05/03/2015

    Great

  • (53)

    by Henrik Bøjer Christensen on 04/03/2015

    Suddenly serious battery drain by this app :( please fix and I'll install it again.

  • (53)

    by Sergei Filatov on 03/03/2015

    Not so bad

  • (53)

    by Jeff Lunt on 03/03/2015

    Crowd sourced information can be more telling than carrier maps.

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