Speedtest, 4G/LTE/3G/Wifi maps
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Good-looking layout
- Data collection by users
- Battery draining on "active" data collection level
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.
As a crowdsourced service, Sensorly gathers anonymous data from all its users willing to share their experience as carriers’ clients, just like you. The aim is simple: provide the greater number with unbiased information on wireless networks performance worldwide, based on real data, and translate them into coverage maps for all to see.
This free app hands you the key elements to fully understand your carrier’s quality of service, making it the adequate companion to your wireless life:
-Check out precise and daily updated coverage maps: with more than 300 wireless networks mapped across 50 countries available in the app, checking a carrier’s coverage has never been easier for all 4G/LTE, 3G, CDMA, GSM and Wi-Fi technologies. Plus you can check how others do around you, and see what’s the average download & upload speed in your area for your carrier.
-Do a Speedtest: as a smartphone user, what is your network speed like? This feature allows you to instantly check your download and upload speed along with your ping time, reproducing your basic mobile activities.
-Compare carriers performances: the Sensorly app not only grants you access to the data collected on your carrier, but also to information about carriers available in your area. By using the “compare” feature you will be able to check signal strength and network coverage for all carriers listed and for which we have data.
-Map your neighborhood: use your commuting time to map your close environment with the Map Trip feature, and get more accurate data for the areas you care about.
-Check your activity: Are your speedtests getting better through time? Are you a heavy contributor and map your carrier’s network a lot? Do you sometimes have dropped calls but don’t know why? See all these data for yourself by consulting the new “Your activity” session of the app.
Sensorly is a crowdsourced service: the more you use the app, the more precise and complete the info and coverage maps get.
Join Sensorly, and know what to expect from your carrier!
New : translations to Spanish, Portuguese & Russian
Minor bug fixes
New - 3.1 release
Bug fixes and UI improvement
New features added
Customizable coverage maps : select the info you want to display, full screen maps
New coverage maps with speedtests displayed
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At last the bug crashing is being fixed, I'll update if it's finally fixed!
One thing that should've been in the user interface from the beginning of the new u.i. is gesture left & right, instead of pressing tabs. It gets lame & tiresome after repeating t
The speed test doesn't provide accurate speeds, the maps are slow to refresh, and the maps don't depect accurate reception in the areas shown. Love the idea behind this, it just needs a little fine tuning. Great job!
Easy to use and keeps history.
Very useful indeed thanks
Though for the most part it is just there to remind me how crappy sprint service is
Lots of great tools to use. Too many notifications though
Always wanted to know what it was, now I know