Heads up AT&T subscribers with an Android phone -- now it's your turn to help AT&T keep tabs on its network. Mark The Spot is the popular app originally for the iPhone that fires off some information and data about network errors you might be experiencing when you run it. This sort of user input is probably pretty helpful, and all conspiracy theories aside should be quite valuable, so if you use AT&T and often find yourself with less than perfect service, grab it and spend a minute improving things instead complaining about things online. OK, complain all ya want, just be sure to report it directly to AT&T, too.
While it's not the most exciting application in the world, it's refreshing to see Ma Bell didn't forget about it's Android users completely. The app is free of course, you can grab it here if you're using AT&T: [Market Link | AppBrain]
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