A bit over a year ago we released ‘Coverage?‘ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
In the time since, we’ve been thrilled with all the great feedback and reviews we have gotten. The app has sustained a 4+ star rating. This app really is genuinely useful, and there is nothing else like it out there. We use it far more in our travels than even we anticipated.
It’s a perfect tool for us travelers who need to stay connected.
We’ve got big plans to make ‘Coverage?’ even more useful in 2012, and a substantially new version has just gone live in the App Store.
The new for 2012 version of Coverage is a free update for existing customers, and includes all new updated maps, including for the first time tracking AT&T’s LTE coverage (we started tracking “4G” for all the carriers early-last-year).
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