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Android smartphone apps
|Name||Screenshot-1||Screenshot-2||Description|| OpenCellID data consumer
(app reads data from OpenCellID database)
| OpenCellID data provider
(app contributes data to OpenCellID database)
|AIMSICD||AIMSICD = Android IMSI-Catcher Detector
AIMSICD is an application which help provide early warning and detection, when your mobile phone is under attack or threatened from either mobile tracking devices (known as "IMSI-Catchers") and other network surveillance equipment, criminal or governmental, regardless of the origin. Please note that this is a continually updated and developed community driven project, so new features may be added without notice.
|CellID info|| Displays information on your currently-connected cellular network site, like Cell ID (CID), Location Area Code (LAC), Mobile Network/Country Code (MNC&MCC) or CDMA SID and NID.
On GSM networks it can show lat/lon location by querying opencellid.org and show it on a map.
|inViu OpenCellID||mapping of house numbers by defining the exact position of the house number tag with the help of an integrated map||no||yes||Google Play|
|Keypad-Mapper 3|| This app allows the mapping of house numbers by defining the exact position of the house number tag with the help of an integrated map;
the recording of Cell ID information runs in background.
|Rf Signal Tracker||The Ad-hoc Drive Test App! The RF Signal Tracker is an engineering application for doing impromptu hand-held drive-tests with your Android phone. You can monitor the RF and WiFi signal strength for the device as well as the serving cell locations and hotspot. You can also describe a cell site's zone of coverage, identify changes in technology and handover points, and save and playback that data. Many of the phone stats in the app can be displayed on the phone already (go to Settings -> About -> Status to see them). The advantage of this app is that you can then map, record, analyze, and share that data in a meaningful way.||yes||yes||Google Play|
|Tower Collector|| Tower Collector collects GPS locations of GSM/UMTS cell towers and sends them to the OpenCellID.org database.
It is designed to help map the extent of the mobile phone network coverage.
It is also possible to collect measurements for private purposes and export them to CSV or GPX files.
It has 6 built-in, specially optimised GPS modes to reduce battery usage and provide high quality data. The app is designed to be simple, lightweight, and to use very few device resources.
It works ONLY on the GSM and UMTS based networks; it does not support CDMA!
|Wifi Scheduler (GEO)|| Add on for the RYO Wireless Manager;
allows geolocalizing cell towers from the app.
Note also Gyokov solutions has several apps that can record from both SIMs of a dual SIM phone at the same time and upload to the project.
Blackberry smartphone apps
|Name||Screenshot-1||Screenshot-2||Description||OpenCellID data consumer||OpenCellID data provider||Download|
|Get Cell ID||not interactive; daemon||A Blackberry app that runs in the background and tries to constantly submit information to http://www.OpenCellID.org on the currently-connected base station and the GPS location whenever the signal strength or GPS coordinates change.||no||yes||Sourceforge|
|Signal Tracker||Signal Tracker lets find the best and worst cell signal location on your wireless network at your place, work place and everywhere. Signal Tracker gives you the GPS location and the signal quality along with detail network information.||yes||yes||Blackberry World|