Cellular Network Signal Finder

Cellular Network Signal Finder

By Giacomo Balli

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-07-06
  • Current Version: 6.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 7.28 MB
  • Developer: Giacomo Balli
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
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From 1,162 Ratings

Description

Use this amazing app to easily pinpoint and identify all the carrier towers around you. Often these are in plain sight but other times, they're disguised as trees or on top of roofs. This app will be priceless to you if often find yourself in remote areas or enjoy hiking and camping. It's hard to go a long time without communicating or sometimes there are emergencies. With this app you can see where your carrier towers are located so you can easily improve your cell phone reception. Also, you will be able to view additional details about the towers.

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Reviews

  • Total Junk.

    1
    By HellRazorCustoms
    Funny, the ONLY thing this app does is load an empty map and provide pop ups to the App Store to bill you $.99 a pop. Developer, you’re number 🖕🏻!
  • Good app

    5
    By 141216Dangtai
    Find good way
  • bad

    1
    By BoTenThuy
    bad
  • Cool

    3
    By Bert gummer
    This app show all the different towers in given area So now what towers I’m pinging off of
  • Don’t waste your money. This app should be removed from the App Store.

    1
    By D-Dub1963
    I bought the app to conduct an independent review. The accuracy of towers located through this app on the maps feature are non-existent or so far off it leaves me to believe they are plotting the locations using outdated data, not tower signal based GPS coordinates. I went to a known tower (AT&T) location, parked within 10 meters of the tower site and attempted to locate the tower. It was not found. I drove to locations where the app indicated towers were identified and they were non-existent. Every feature requires an upgrade, however, when the feature is purchased, any subsequent use of the upgrade requires an additional purchase of the previously made upgrade. There is an “error” message the pops up that indicates the app cannot connect to iTunes. These are just a few of the issues with the app, there are too many to write about. I was using a Gen 2 iPad Pro, and iPhone X, both with iOS 11.3.
  • اصبروو

    5
    By ابوفراس yosef
    تونا ما جربناه
  • Scam

    1
    By Sam Dario
    The app is totally scam, I bought some in-App- Purchases but still seeing pop up for buying same iAP’s again. I need a full refund.
  • Way too expensive for basic features, inaccurate results, and a bad UI

    1
    By Haykam
    Searching a location? Updating your location during a session? Seeing images? Getting your direction via compass? Pay $1.99 each to access the feature. The results are inaccurate and there are way too many extraneous cell towers listed in the app. The UI is bad although it supports iPhone X, and has many flashing elements.
  • Waste of money!!

    1
    By Möbius-oo1
    There are a ton of truly free apps out there Like Open Signal that dont nickel and dime you to death. Don’t download it.
  • Awesome

    5
    By Google search Search
    So I have been useing this app for quite a long time now, since 2014, and it's pretty good just say it's awesome. It's also good because you can browse for towers like Verizon or anywhere. Also, the ability for you to be notified when you towers are added or awesome, so you know when new towers have been added by notification. I also like how it tells you how many towers there are wherever you are at.

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