Launched app that measures the quality of the operators

In Brazil there are some questions that seem easy to answer. For example: What is the best mobile operator? No!

Even so, some solutions to help the consumer, they are released, all with good intentions, but not all with real practical value. Still don't know if this app fits in that category.

App para operadoras GloveIt was released an Android app that measures the quality of the carriers and help the user to decide which of them fits your needs better.

During three days, the Glove monitors the use of the mobile device to know in which places the person uses the device. He then finds the operator with the strongest signal in these regions.

The company that created the app argues that three out of every four people could use the carriers best if they knew which of them fits best to their routines. So instead of changing the cell phone thinking that it has reception problems or hire another service provider in the dark, the ideal would be to analyze the competition and choose consciously.

Here in Brazil there is an app that does exactly the same thing; called CrowdMobi, it differs by also be available for iOS.

The Glove is still in beta phase and for now only works in the bay area of san Francisco, New York and in Israel. The version for iOS will be released until the end of the year, according to The Next Web.

Web Site: Look DigitalA company that created the app argues that three out of every four people could use the carriers best if they knew which of them fits best to their routines. So instead of changing the cell phone thinking that it has reception problems or hire another service provider in the dark, the ideal would be to analyze the competition and choose consciously.

Here in Brazil there is an app that does exactly the same thing; called CrowdMobi, it differs by also be available for iOS (get to know).

The Glove is still in beta phase and for now only works in the bay area of san Francisco, New York and in Israel. The version for iOS will be released until the end of the year, according to The Next Web.

Source: Digital Look

Translated by Yandex.Translate and Global Translator

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