Mark The Spot from AT&T Finally Makes its Way to Android

The AT&T network-monitoring app that originally debuted for the iPhone has arrived in the Android Market this week, according to Engadget. In a similar fashion to crash reports on your computer, Mark The Spot allows you to provide AT&T with valuable location-specific information when you experience issues. Virtually every conceivable network-related issue is covered, including both phone call and data woes.

While this is a great move for wireless giants such as AT&T, it would be even more beneficial to industry up-and-comers such as Wind Mobile in Canada for example. During the infancy of networks, users are constantly plagued with outages. It seems only logical to craft one of these simple, yet brilliant offerings!

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  1. mutiara
    June 26, 15:49 Reply

    nice move,.. very prospective business,,

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