See 4G coverage in real time with new app from Mosaik

See 4G coverage in real time with new app from Mosaik

coverage mapWhen users speak of 4G, it is like talking about finding a four leaf clover (it is pretty darn hard to find.) When you find that four leaf clover however (or a 4G footprint in this case, ) you feel like the luckiest person in the world. Hopefully the days of roaming around hoping to find a random connection is behind us, with the introduction of Mosaik’s CellMaps Mobile Coverage app.

Announced today at CTIA 2013, the coverage app lets U.S. Andy owners see 4G availability for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon in real time. Users can also view cellular network services in their current area or scan the overall 4G picture nationally. Even more appealing is the ability to filter 4G coverage in smaller details such as 2G, 3G, 4G, and 4G LTE.

The CellMaps Mobile Coverage app is available now for free via Google Play, or you can choose to upgrade the application by purchasing the $1.99 annual subscription.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Barry
    May 22, 09:11 Reply

    Umm.. this is not what the app does. Its just copied info from the carriers web sites. You can’t zoom in very much and its not even close to being updated. Months old data isnt updated. I get the exact same info from the carriers web site coverage map. Not worth paying the fee to zoom in past city wide coverage. Save your money.

    Bad review and very misleading.

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