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Top 3 cellular and Wi-Fi signal boosting apps for Android (Must Install) | Techronicle

Unfortunately, Poor signal reception is still a thing in 2020. It strikes unexpectedly, and it could ruin a conversation, an important file transfer, a work or business task that needs to be attended to. or heck, even a Instagram or Facebook browsing marathon!
Doesn't matter. Having low or no signal sucks, big time.

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And Specially in these hard times, when almost everyone of us is spending time at home due to the Total Lockdown. This poor signal can be really frustrating as all of our work is mostly done Online nowadays.

Unfortunately, there's only so much carriers and smartphone vendors can do about improving coverage, signal, and reception quality right now. We're sure the overwhelming mobile technology progress will catch up to these important areas as well and alleviate the issue. But while we're waiting for that wonderful moment, we can try improving the situation a little with signal boosting apps. Here are Three recommendations to consider.

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1. OpenSignal 3G/4G/5G Signal & WiFi Speed Test

OpenSignal 3G/4G/5G Signal & WiFi Speed Test

OpenSignal is an incredible app, especially because it is free! This is a network signal mapping and compass app that lets you locate nearby public Wi-Fi hotspots, get coverage maps to see where the best signal is hiding, use the speed test feature to check the actual download, upload, and latency of your data connection, see which carrier has the best coverage in your area with Network Rank, and browse a map of local cell towers. This is a network survival kit crammed into an app.

2. Signal Finder

Signal Finder Review

Signal Finder is like Google Maps for cell towers, mapping the nearest ones, showing their signal strength, and where the best signal reception is available for you. The app runs in the background and collects data to improve its cell tower mapping coverage. It also features a customizeable widget that shows the current network status.

Signal Finder Screenshot

The Signal Finder application provides the opportunity to see the coverage map on the Android device, showing where the nearest towers are available, for the best cell phone reception, as well as the signal strength of the towers located. Your device will be online using the map of free Wi-Fi networks.
The application will continue to run in the background and uses some crowd-service techniques to improve both the cellular and Wi-Fi coverage maps.

3. Connection Stabilizer Booster

Connection Stabilizer Booster Review

This app aims to deliver stable mobile internet connectivity through a selection of features. Active Reconnect automatically reconnects your 2G GPRS, 3G or 4G LTE internet connection as soon as it gets disconnected and thus keeps the data connection active at all times. It actively monitors and re-establishes dropped connections, which is particularly useful if android's built in system fails to connect you to the network. The monitoring process does not cause any load on your device's resources. Active Keep Alive helps in keeping the traffic flowing between your phone and your ISP's servers.

Connection Stabilizer Booster Screenshot

It also optimizes TCP/IP parameters if required, to give you a better internet experience. The network assigns a higher priority to your device and this results in significant improvement in network performance, especially if resources on the network are under strain. Finally, Force Connect uses tricks and tweaks to establish an internet connection and retain connectivity even on congested networks. CSB is a free, ad-supported app.

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Hope this article will help you in finding the best available signal around you. If you want to see detailed review of the apps you can visit our Youtube Channel InfoSync
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