Seems like every few days since the iPhone 4 launch we have heard something new about the "Death-Grip" signal issue, and Steve's pot-shot at BlackBerry has ruffled a few feathers, prompting developers to bring out apps like Antenna Meter to help BlackBerry users refute his claims. Newest on the scene is Antennagate, but instead of focusing purely on your current signal strength based on how you're holding your device, this app actually tracks your signal and maps it over time. Very useful if you are looking to see where the best signal is in your home or office, or even around the area you live. You can even use the application to map the Wifi signal in your home, a real bonus for those data-concious people that prefer to run on Wifi. Available in the CB store for $4.99, you may want to check it out if you are interested in how your signal strength compares during your daily routine.

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