I've finally had time to update the long-over-due Android app for Cellumap. It's now in Google Play (free download), search for "Cellumap LTE". I've tested it on GSM/UMTS/LTE phones, and it seems to work good. However CDMA/LTE phones may have some problems (especially Samsung) due to the way they support (or don't support) the Cell ID API's. If anyone out there has a CDMA/LTE phone (ie: 4G on Verizon or Sprint), please give me some feedback, either on this thread or PM or via the cellumap website. Big thanks to my WA beta-testers for their much appreciated help! (Quint, JFB and dmapr) New features of this app include: -LTE: LTE is now supported! -Ping button: to test latency. Also every time data is sent, ping also registers and ping info is sent as well and displayed on the main map (wifi ping will be shown on the phone but not sent, only cellular network pings are shown on the main map) -Select Network button: (Note: may not work on all phones) Allows you to quickly access the mobile networks setting on your phone to switch between 2G/3G/4G, eg. if you go to the store, set your phone on 4G and send data, then on the way back switch to 3G or 2G and send data for that network. -Neighbor Cells: You can now see neighboring cell info for GSM/UMTS/LTE. For CDMA some network quality is displayed here because neighbor info isn't available. -Send Log: At the very bottom of the app is a log of all data points sent while the app is running (note: if the "back" button is pushed to exit the app, or the phone is restarted, this box will be cleared.) -Satellites: shows how many satellites your GPS is locked on to, and in brackets  how many are available "Auto-send" button automatically sends data based on a pre-set distance interval. "Send data" button will send data only once when pressed. All info can be displayed on the main map in real-time at www.cellumap.com Have fun with it!