Popular mobile network coverage app Sensorly is shutting down
Choosing among several different telecom operators can be a tedious task. Not only you need information regarding data and talk time plans respective to the operator, but you also need to have some information about the network coverage in the particular area as well.
Moreover, some information about your current operator will not hurt either. Sensorly is one popular app that gives you all the information related to your network service provider. However, in a recent development, this featureful service is shutting down its operations.
For those who don’t know, Sensorly provides you all the information related to your network provider including the actual signal, and speed test maps of your 3G, 4G, and LTE. Not only this but with the help of the app you can also track how much time your phone really is connected to 4G.
The app was available for both Android as well as iOS users. Now the company has pushed a new update that acts as a nail in the coffin as instead of an update, it brings in information for the users that the Sensorly app is shutting down.
This information is also there on the official website. You can check out the screenshot of it below:
You can also check out the official announcement from the company below:
Goodbye from Sensorly
After nine years, the team behind Sensorly has made the difficult decision to end support of Sensorly products and take the applications and maps offline.
Sensorly’s community has always been its strength. Your trust in Sensorly has allowed us to provide unbiased, real-world mobile coverage to thousands of people around the world. We humbly thank you for your dedication over the years.
-The Sensorly Team
Besides, users have reported that finally the crowdsourced cellular coverage service is taking down the curtains on its operations and have shared their views on the same.
But, looking at the discussions about this topic on Reddit, reveals that the app was not able to perform aptly for quite some time. Many users pointed out that neither the app mapped the areas nor the emails were responded by the customer support.
Let us know in the comments below if you ever used the Sensorly app and whether you will miss the services provided by the service.
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