By Two Steps Beyond

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2010-12-22
  • Current Version: 2017.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 49.83 MB
  • Developer: Two Steps Beyond
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
Score: 4.5
From 651 Ratings


Directly overlay and compare cellular carrier coverage maps! Perfect for travelers - research where you're covered across the USA! ** Follow our Facebook page to get update alerts:, or check our support page** Coverage? focuses on helping mobile bandwidth junkies find cell signal as they roam. Save time looking up coverage on the carrier's websites, compare their claims head to head and better plan your travel routing to stay connected. ** The carrier's maps in your pocket: This app contains regional level maps based off of each major carrier's data map - as found on their website as of our last update. Quickly overlay the carriers you use to create your own personalized coverage map on your device. ** No internet needed: Our proprietary coverage maps are stored within the app on your device - no downloading needed! Quickly access where you're supposed to get a signal, even when you have none. ** Urban and rural areas: Maps are at a regional level, and cover the entire continental USA, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. ** Carriers included: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile ** Know where to roam: view LTE, '4G' (HSPA+), 3G, 2G and roaming areas as inclusive overlays, focus on finding the coverage type you desire. Check for a quick video demo. We created this app because we are full time 'technomads' ourselves who rely on mobile data to work remotely. Keeping this app updated is a priority for us, as we depend on it ourselves! -------------- Coverage FAQ: Q: Why aren't the maps more detailed or released more often? A: Our map updates require a lot of meticulous labor intensive processing. There's just no practical way to issue a new update everytime a new tower is turned on. We monitor new coverage and try to find balance between effort & staying current. This generally means at least a couple updates a year. Q: What makes 'Coverage?' unique? A: There are great apps out there that collect user submitted signal reports - we recommend them and use them ourselves. However, those apps are only useful in markets with an active user base. We took a different approach with Coverage? - we needed a tool to at least give us an idea of where signal should be - urban, rural, and out in the boonies. Sure, carrier maps aren't a guarantee of where signal actually is, but it sure is helpful to know which direction to head when you need it! -------------- Named 'Essential Tool' by Wired Magazine ** Winner - 'Most Useful App' - iOSDevCamp "this app can be indispensable" - -------------- The maps in 'Coverage?' are provided in partnership with Mosaik Solutions, and represent proprietary interpretations of the coverage reported by each carrier. You should not rely on the maps in Coverage to be perfectly precise or absolutely timely. Ongoing map updates have been free - but to support the ongoing development costs, we now allow customers to subscribe to higher resolution maps that will be updated more frequently. Coverage does not report or predict signal strength (there are great apps out there for that!). We can make no promises as to where you'll *actually* get signal.. there are too many variables - towers, device, terrain, weather, etc. So… Got Coverage? Additional information about The HD Maps Subscription: This is an auto-renewable subscription, with a duration of one year. The subscription fee will be charged to your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase, and will automatically renew each year unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Current subscriptions may not be canceled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy:



  • Great app

    By Will 89 89
    This app is great - the only thing I would add/change is that it should say what type of roaming there is (LTE/ HSPA+/3G/2G, and voice and text only), because for example, T-Mobile has only voice/data roaming in some areas, HPAA+ in some areas and LTE in some areas. That is the only area where there could be improvement.
  • Verizon accuracy

    By Ken4863
    Not. Other carriers are probably more accurate and honest.
  • Handy app at times but HD maps don’t work

    By Mdrudy01
    Handy but can’t find how to contact developers after restoring HD purchase without success.
  • Surprisingly useful

    By stinkypete2021
    This is a great app I’ve used for years. I work for the cellular industry and am constantly surprised how accurate these maps are (knowing how the original source maps are created by the carrier). The developer is regularly updating the app (thanks for X support!) and has not implemented ads or other user unfriendly things. The upgrade subscription is the only additional thing some people like me would want. I’m slowly starting to accept subscription models as developers need a consistent revenue to fund their operations. Totally recommend for the curious and almost required for anyone in the cellular industry!
  • Won't restore purchases

    By Daryn Larson
    Still won't restore purchases after updates. I've reinstalled several times and it does not fix the problem. I've confirmed that I am subscribed in the Apple store.
  • Amazingly Useful!

    By Elwood8524
    If you travel around the country. This map if for you!
  • To broad

    By Jerrold jay
    Basically useless to compare carriers Save your money I was cheated
  • Will not work at neighborhood level - worthless

    By Occasional Commenter
    Will not work at neighborhood level - worthless
  • Love the update!

    By JadenKeuten
    Opted into the $5/year subscription immediately when given the option. I love this app! Thanks! Update: can’t restore my IAP for HD maps.
  • Disappointed: Old Map Detail Removed

    By nvng
    This app previously had a decent local map which was removed a couple versions ago. Some may be willing to pay a subscription just to see a map. There are many other ways to see coverage maps without paying a subscription fee. The developers remove something that was previously part of the app and now charge for it. This app is no longer recommended.