Network Cell Info Feature Comparison

In the following, we explain the differences between Network Cell Info LiteNetwork Cell Info (core), and Network Cell Info with 1-yr Pro features subscription. The Pro features subscription, introduces new features/development first published in Release 4.0.

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Main Features:

  • Near Real-Time (within 1 second response) monitoring of cellular and WiFi signals*

  • GSM, CDMA, UMTS (WCDMA), IWLAN, LTE, LTE+ support

  • Dual SIM support*

  • Signal-meter provides statistics for both SIM and WiFi coverage*

  • Map displays network cellular info and signal-meter gauges

  • Visual representation of cell locations (not cell towers) on the Map utilizing Mozilla Location Service (MLS), excl. cdma*

  • Dynamic coloring of the route according to the signal strength, including map markers with location and signal info

  • Logs and measurements of cellular signals

  • Customize measurement settings (minimum distance, minimum accuracy, motion sensor, etc.)

  • Database export measurements in KML 2.2, MLS Geosubmit v.2, CLF v.3, OpenCellID csv, CMWF database types

  • Network information available in Status Bar

  • Sound notifications for system and Cell ID changes

  • Raw view of network cellular info

  • Raw zoom view of network cellular info

  • Connection statistics

  • SIM and device info

  • Tabs: select visible tabs

  • Map view settings: Normal, Satellite, Terrain, Hybrid

  • Customize option to display gauge with 1 or 2 SIMS, as well as WiFi

  • Personalized setting to display neighboring cells

Features Comparison

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 Notes:

  • Data accuracy is dependent on device implementation of Android APIs. Not all manufacturers/devices correctly implement Android APIs.

  • For Android < 5.0, Dual SIM is not supported for non-MediaTek devices, due to Android/device limitation.

  • Low WiFi AP scan period has diminishing effect on the throughput (Android issue).

** xARFCN, Band, Fc, for Android 7+ devices implements the corresponding Android API 17+ telephony functions.

# If applicable, and assuming the device/manufacturer firmware provides the corresponding functionality to the Android interface.