Cellular Network Signal Finder

Cellular Network Signal Finder

Developed by Giacomo Balli

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-07-06
  • Current Version: 6.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.34 MB
  • Developer: Giacomo Balli
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 1,143 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $3.99
Cellular Network Signal Finder App Ratings: 3
3
Based on 1,143 Reviews
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Cellular Network Signal Finder App Description

Use this amazing app to easily pinpoint and identify all the carrier towers around you. Often these are in plain sight but other times, they're disguised as trees or on top of roofs. This app will be priceless to you if often find yourself in remote areas or enjoy hiking and camping. It's hard to go a long time without communicating or sometimes there are emergencies. With this app you can see where your carrier towers are located so you can easily improve your cell phone reception. Also, you will be able to view additional details about the towers.

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App Reviews

  • Terrible app

    1
    By Will 89 89
    I would delete this app if it was free. It shows that both T-Mobile and AT&T have a tower .2 miles away from my house, and where it shows it is a house. It definitely isn’t a cell tower, I only get 2 bars on AT&T and T-Mobile, so there isn’t a tower close to me. Also, it shows a Rogers Wireless tower near me in New Jersey. Rogers is only in Canada. They don’t have towers in the US, so that just proves it isn’t at all accurate.
  • Question

    5
    By Brian Disappointed user
    App does as advertised, it shows AT&T, Sprint and TMobile, no Verizon but there are generic towers... Are those VZW towers?
  • Horrible App

    1
    By Crackenbower16
    Greedy. Incorrect information. Missing several prominent towers. Waste of money, do not buy.
  • Who’s vetting Apps Apple??

    1
    By RadJohn
    Thought Apple was vetting Apps to weed out crap like this, WTH guys?!?!
  • Bait and Switch w BGR

    1
    By Alternative Reviews
    Get the app for FREE today 11/29/17 with these features (according to BGR) Use this amazing app to easily pinpoint and identify all the carrier towers around you. Often these are in plain sight but other times, they’re disguised as trees or on top of roofs. This app will be priceless to you if often find yourself in remote areas or enjoy hiking and camping. It’s hard to go a long time without communicating or sometimes there are emergencies. With this app you can see where your carrier towers are located so you can easily improve your cell phone reception. Also, you will be able to view additional details about the towers. ------ Sooo that was advertised and yes the app was free (but) doesn't do ANY of the above unless you pay additional fees at every prompt for which we lost $2.97 on multiple .99 charges that did absolutely NOTHING zip zilch nada!!! What a SCAMMER
  • Scam

    1
    By KeysCopRetired
    This is a scam app to get you to purchase upgrades, useless, deleted
  • Free is too expensive

    1
    By Oldmanmerc
    You cannot do a single thing in this app without an upgrade pop up asking for money. And when I say not a single thing I mean not even it’s primary function, tower information. If you just want to see a map of where towers “might be”, get it. If your looking to get any information about that tower it’s going to cost you. Want to know what frequencies the tower transmits? That’s an upgrade. Want to see a picture of the tower? That’s another upgrade. Tap on the tower location and a blurred out box pops up and disappears 1 Second later(your preview).Want the app to refresh itself during your session? That’s an upgrade. According to the app there’s a tower in my neighbors yard....there’s not. Uninstalling it immediately. For free it was just a waste of my time. For money? Heck no.
  • Nk. Verizon, constantly suggest in app purchase.

    2
    By ChiHick
    No Verizon that I can see anywhere on Chicago’s Northside. Constantly suggest an in-app upgrade for $0.99.
  • Find Tower Scam

    1
    By Uvbraze
    What a joke. Apple should be on this guy for making them look so bad. If I could click on negative stars, I would. Don't waste one more minute. Go somewhere else. I'm beginning to reevaluate why I ever stopped using a Windows machine.
  • Avoid

    1
    By Cmc5000
    Tricks you into making purchases. Like a greasy slimeball used car salesman. Asks "would you like to refresh?" Choosing yes is a purchase. Deleting this scam.

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