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OpenSignal App – The Ultimate Wi-Fi, Cellular, Signal-Strength Meter, Tower-Finder, Signal-Strength & Compass (Update) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐📍📍

December 9, 2013

OpenSignal App – The Ultimate Wi-Fi, Cellular, Signal-Strength Meter, Tower-Finder, Signal-Strength-Compass.

Thought I already had the Best Signal Strength App until this App was released in the App Store. This is definitely THE App to have on your iPhone and iPad.

OpenSignal is the ultimate Wi-Fi and signal-finder toolkit. Help contribute to the system-maps of wireless hotspots by using the App to improve your connectivity. Based on the system’s community-generated data the system is able to help keep you better connected by giving you a practical solution to the problems of slow mobile internet connections and dropped calls due to low signal strength.

✓ OpenSignal. Simply follow the signal-compass to walk towards better phone signal or see the in-App coverage maps to determine which Cellular Carrier is best for where you are situated, especially useful if you’re thinking about making a carriere change.

✓ The Wi-Fi maps help you to find local public-access wireless networks, helpful if you’re travelling abroad or just want to find a local cafe with free wifi.

✓ Best of all, every time you use the App you’re helping to improve it, by helping to expand the wifi database and improve the coverage map data; with use you are making the App work better for you and for everyone else who uses it.

✓ Signal compass points you in the direction your signal is coming from, just walk towards it!

✓ Wi-FI map allows you to easily locate nearby public networks.

✓ Coverage maps allow you see the best places for signal.

✓ Speedtest feature allows you to see the true speed of your connection.

✓ NetworkRank allows you to see which carrier is best in your area.

✓ See a map of local cell towers.

✓ Help improve our coverage and wifi maps.

✓ Share your findings on twitter and Facebook and compare your connection with other users.

✓ Release Date: Apr 18, 2013

🔴 Direct Link to the Apple App Store

App Name: OpenSignal App – The Ultimate Wi-Fi, Cellular, Signal-Strength Meter, Tower-Finder, Signal-Strength-Compass

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 📍📍

App Store Priced: $Free

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