DescriptionVisualize your cell phone’s dropped calls, service outages, speed tests, signal strength, coverage map and test your wireless provider's performance! Compare your carrier's coverage to others in your area and create your own personalized mobile coverage map for your Smartphone - FREE! Share the results with friends and your provider and help them improve their network and YOUR wireless experience!
MyMobileCoverage Smartphone Application users will be able to:
• Map and view the exact locations of dropped calls, failed calls and congestion spots
• Measure data speed and performance
• View the live status of network signal strength
• Share coverage metrics with your operator to help them improve your coverage!
What sets MyMobileCoverage apart from other coverage applications is that we measure and display real coverage from real users, one user at a time and we never interpolate data. Our technology is simply more accurate and we work directly with wireless providers to improve your mobile experience.
We are looking for "virtual engineers" to download the application and help drive-test your own wireless network. Uncover coverage deficiencies and help measure the performance of various devices and operating systems. Join the thousands of virtual engineers already helping to improve wireless networks around the world with MyMobileCoverage!
Captivate, Replenish, Transform Ultra, Galaxy Precedent, Galaxy S II, Nexus S, Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note
DROID BIONIC, DROID X, DROID RAZR, Sholes, Triumph ,Olympus,Photon 4G
Thunderbolt, Desire S, Thunderbolt, Shooter, Sensation, Supersonic, Shooter, Wildfire, Sensation
NEO V, Xperia Arc
X-Note , Optimus Chic, Optimus Q
IDEOS, IDEOS X5
*Some features may not be available on all Android devices.
**Some features may not be available on CDMA devices.
Visit http://www.mymobilecoverage.com/support.aspx for more details.
MyMobileCoverage protects your privacy by collecting ONLY coverage information such as dropped calls, failed calls, poor signal quality and data speeds; identifying where on the network the trouble spots exist, sharing that information with users themselves and their primary wireless provider for the purpose of improving their network.