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Fun and interesting. Ads in free version are at the bottom and don't interfere. Pretty easy for me to use from the get go even without knowing much when I installed it. User guide is simple and I learned a lot from it. I'm using this to measure a new internet service in my home and it's very useful for comparing the new network strength, etc. with the legacy one.
102 people found this review helpful
The app does what it says and more. Very simple and clear. Very helpful to see what my own WiFi bands are doing (signal strength in different parts of my home) as well as which channels are congested and which are clear. Very nice app. Sure there's an ad at the bottom, but it's unobtrusive. Good work Devs!
84 people found this review helpful
I tested six of the top Wi-Fi analyzers. I wanted to find the best app to help me determine an optimal channel in the 5 GHz band. This was my favorite, and I look forward to buying the Premium version. Of the apps that I tried, this is the only app that correctly displays channel numbers in the 5 GHz band! See the table on "List of WLAN channels" at Wikipedia to better understand the bandwidths and overlap that make the issue so complex. Also, I appreciate how pretty the colors are on the graph. I am within range of 30 access points (APs), and this is the only app with a spectrum-analyzer function that didn't make my eyes sore. Ultimately, I like the simplicity and accuracy of this app. The distance estimates are handy as well. While the app warns you if location services are turned off (all Wi-Fi apps need that permission in order to scan), it fails to warn you if Wi-Fi is off. Instead, it displays a blank graph and lists no APs.
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