Wi-Fi SweetSpots

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4.0
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About this app

Observe how Wi-Fi connection speed fluctuates over time, and locate the fastest and slowest Wi-Fi spots in your room!

Discover the perfect spot for your wireless router, access point, or wireless gaming console by using Wi-Fi SweetSpots!
Available on Android with a simple, easy-to-use design.

Updated on
Nov 30, 2021

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Data is encrypted in transit
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4.0
1.2K reviews
Matthew Rasmussen
July 18, 2022
Does not work with Android 10. Edit:. They updated the app to work some time ago, but the speed readout drops to two characters even though there are three. For instance, it read 231, and then reads 23. Interestingly, this ses to happen only on the initial start, if you stop and restart or task switch away and restart it's fine.
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Bob Stevenson
July 27, 2021
Simple. Provides the simple exact essential. I was hoping it would express a lot more statistics though. But this can help in a metal detector kind of way, which is still very handy. I'm comfortable with recommending it. I hope they add an option to increase the feedback/update rate.
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Keith Alger
June 12, 2022
So, this is more of a heads up for the developers. I've been using WiFi sweetspots as a casual tool for a few years now - Untill recently with no issues! Running the app with an Asus GT-AX6000, no problem. Add an Asus RP-AX56 AiMesh node (even when not connecting though it), and the reported speeds fall through the floor. But it seems this is the reported speeds and not the actual speed. So I don't know if it's some kind of weird routing or management that's kicking in, but its odd! xxx
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What's new

- App updated to support latest verisions of Android