CellMaps Mobile Coverage

CellMaps Mobile Coverage


With CellMaps Mobile Coverage, you can quickly map network coverage by operator and technology on your Android device. This application does not use crowd-sourced data or your device's current signal strength for displaying cellular information; it provides a view of each operator's marketed coverage area and the ability to check and compare networks in the premium version.

- Determine which operator is best for you by visualizing 2G, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE and Roaming coverage information for the largest operators in the United States.
- You can perform an address search or geolocate your device to view a map of the mobile network technologies that are available in your area of interest.
- The “Insights” feature provides a dynamic stream of global intelligence about the mobile industry.

Why should I spend $1.99 per year to upgrade to the premium version of CellMaps Mobile Coverage?
- The premium version provides mobile network coverage intelligence at the street level versus a less detailed market view in the free version.
- You can view and compare the mobile network coverage maps of multiple operators at the same time.
- The coverage check feature is enabled that lets you quickly compare – by operator and technology – what networks should be available at a given location.

The information used in this application is based on marketed network coverage information and does not guarantee service availability. Actual service availability may vary due to weather, terrain, foliage, buildings, equipment, and other factors.

The application requires access to mobile or Wi-Fi data networks. Standard usage fees for data transfer apply.

If you are having issues with address search or geolocation, please try rebooting your device. There is a known issue related to Google Play updates on some devices which may cause location services to fail until the device has been restarted.

Coverage was updated on 6/5/15 to include recent mobile network expansions. This update excludes T-Mobile’s coverage layers, which are not currently supported within the app.

Recent changes:
12/31/13 - We've updated the app's coverage layers to reflect recent mobile network expansion.

1.04 Update fixes android 4.3 "Server Connection Error"

Wireless operators are focused on expanding their connectivity to stay ahead of an increasing demand in data usage. Our goal is to help you stay connected by constantly monitoring the evolving network footprints for you. CellMaps Mobile Coverage is continuously updated with the most recent marketed wireless coverage data available.
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About CellMaps Mobile Coverage
With CellMaps Mobile Coverage, you can quickly map network coverage by operator and technology on your Android device. This application does not use crowd-sourced data or your device's current signal strength for displaying cellular information; it provides a view of each operator's marketed coverage area and the ability to check and compare networks in the premium version.

- Determine which operator is best for you by visualizing 2G, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE and Roaming coverage information for the largest operators in the United States.
- You can perform an address search or geolocate your device to view a map of the mobile network technologies that are available in your area of interest.
- The “Insights” feature provides a dynamic stream of global intelligence about the mobile industry.

Why should I spend $1.99 per year to upgrade to the premium version of CellMaps Mobile Coverage?
- The premium version provides mobile network coverage intelligence at the street level versus a less detailed market view in the free version.
- You can view and compare the mobile network coverage maps of multiple operators at the same time.
- The coverage check feature is enabled that lets you quickly compare – by operator and technology – what networks should be available at a given location.

The information used in this application is based on marketed network coverage information and does not guarantee service availability. Actual service availability may vary due to weather, terrain, foliage, buildings, equipment, and other factors.

The application requires access to mobile or Wi-Fi data networks. Standard usage fees for data transfer apply.

If you are having issues with address search or geolocation, please try rebooting your device. There is a known issue related to Google Play updates on some devices which may cause location services to fail until the device has been restarted.

Coverage was updated on 6/5/15 to include recent mobile network expansions. This update excludes T-Mobile’s coverage layers, which are not currently supported within the app.

Recent changes:
12/31/13 - We've updated the app's coverage layers to reflect recent mobile network expansion.

1.04 Update fixes android 4.3 "Server Connection Error"

Wireless operators are focused on expanding their connectivity to stay ahead of an increasing demand in data usage. Our goal is to help you stay connected by constantly monitoring the evolving network footprints for you. CellMaps Mobile Coverage is continuously updated with the most recent marketed wireless coverage data available.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 23, 2015
Out of date Central Iowa still showing no LTE coverage for AT&T and Sprint and both have had for over a year. Otherwise would be a great app if the kept coverage up to date.
A Google User
May 20, 2015
Slow updates May 15 came and went and there doesn't appear to be any new maps. T-Mobile still has dots for LTE.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2015
Not worth it Not accurate, maybe use user data and carrier data? Address searching doesn't work very well. Also 1.99 per year is a ripoff, cmon one time fee.
A Google User
Mar 27, 2015
Very helpful app Showed me coverage for the carriers that our teams use for their devices.
A Google User
Mar 24, 2015
Not updated Paid for premium, developer doesn't respond to email as to when carrier updates are. A lot of info is out of date. Doesn't reflect varying degrees of signal strength.
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