Our CoverageMap app empowers you to test network performance in areas where you live, work, and play. Not only does testing performance in your neighborhood provide you with useful insights, but the data you produce also helps carriers improve the quality of your mobile life.

The newest version of the app for iOS has expanded the functionality and ease of use found in previous versions to give you a personal network testing and comparison tool that’s better than ever. And whether you’re already familiar with our CoverageMap app or simply curious about testing mobile network performance in your neighborhood, you’ll quickly see how easy it is to get started.

New features:
• Improved user interface. Our updated app not only boasts a beautiful new user interface, but it also makes it easy to find and select the options and settings you want to use before running a test. Plus, easily identify areas that have yet to be tested, and be the first to put yourself on the map.
• A world of results on an expanded dashboard. Your test results can tell you a great deal about your daily mobile life. Get a broader understanding of your findings with new stats such as moving averages, histories, and more.
• Personalize your results. Wondering how performance with your carrier of choice compares between the office and at home? Now you can find out. Easily select multiple hexes on the map to compare your results, and find out if others are having the same experience.
• Test how you want, when you want. Set your device to automatically run performance tests continuously, or sample network conditions in the background. Stop a test at any time with either setting. When you turn background collection on, you anonymously contribute information about your device’s data performance without using your data plan.
• We want to hear from you. While we love to see more and more data points appear on the map, you can also tell us about your experience in your own words. Whether it’s something you feel requires our attention, or you just want to say you’ve had a great experience testing performance, we want to hear from you.

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What’s New

Version 3.2

• Best Technology layer has a new 5G level, showing where 5G was used for a test.
• Fastest Speed layer has a new Super Fast level for speeds of at least 300 Mbps.
• All map layers use a new and consistent set of colors.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
96 Ratings

96 Ratings

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Love the idea of the app but...

The idea behind the app is awesome. However, it fails a few areas:

1. Networks that utilize dynamic carrier aggregation are not represented well. Some networks do not carrier-aggregate immediately. What this means is that initial download speeds may be represented, but over a longer run of download or upload, the speed increases, sometimes dramatically. It would use more of a persons data, but the speed tests should ideally execute for a set minimum number of seconds, but continue to run up to a (larger) maximum number of seconds if the speed results are steadily increasing. My speed results are increasing but the test just ends while the speed is still increasing. This affects both upload and download.

2. When executing speed tests on cellular, there is no quick way to get back to the map. You are returned to the results summary, and then have to click the stopwatch in the bottom right hand corner, and then in the following screen, you have to click close. My idea is that a user should be given the ability to Close the speed testing directly from the results page.

Eijh ,

Flawed Metric!

Doesn't accurately represent signal strength and here's why. They have a strong bias towards measuring signal outdoors when majority of us spend much of our time indoors. This makes carrier with high frequency band such as T-Mobile appear to have unrealistically good coverage. High frequency signals can't penetrate walls. So take the top restaurants in a city like Seattle. The coverage map will show excellent coverage when in reality you get no data! Unless you're a truck or bus driver and you're always on the road you're not going to get great coverage from a carrier like T-Mobile. Until this app focuses on indoor coverage (where most people will spend their time) it's pretty useless.

Update: Switched to Sprint. This coverage map is incorrect more than 50% of the time with my iPhone X. I don’t get service where this app tells me I should with the latest phone! Have to wonder if they’re independent, unbiased, and trustworthy as they once were. Wonder if money corrupted their mission.

moretesting ,

Getting there

One of my favorite apps! I love being able to see results visually on a map. Unfortunately the download tests have been randomly failing since December 2019. Please fix ASAP!

Suggestions for future releases:
1. Button to instantly begin testing from the map screen without having to press the test button then begin testing.
2. Lighter theme on testing screen. In bright sunlight wearing sun glasses it can be difficult to read the screen. A lighter background would help.
3. Simultaneously test upload and download to more closely match real world usage.
4. When performing continuous testing have an option to limit the number of tests per hexagon. This would be helpful especially when traveling not to burn too much data when stopped. For instance when on a road trip at a gas station it would only run 3 cycles then pause till resume driving.
5. Show signal strength DB.


Root Wireless, Inc.
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Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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