Oh Joy. A simple android problem solved Love android BUT if you have several Wi-Fi transmitters around the house or office android quite illogicaly hangs on to a weak signal unless you manually change it via settings wifi etc. This little app is brilliant, for less than a couple of dollars it will automatically change to the strongest signal. Simple, transparent, efficient. Get it!
Finally the app I have been waiting for for ages. Meets all my expectations in terms of core functionality and is well worth the money! What I am missing though... ...is an option to toggle the app entry in the notification bar. I could do without it and for now I have to resort to blocking all notifications from the app with android native functionality. What I would also like to see is a more simplified scale when setting the switching threshold maybe resorting to "wifi bars" as you can see them in the status bar or something comparable like choosing from a list of different use cases (VoIP, browsing, download, streaming, email, you get the idea) instead of dBm.
Best app Simple hassle free app that just works. Doesn't use resources, doesn't bother you with anything, just does it's job. Thank you for creating an app that just works really well.
Love it Absolutely love this app. I live in a 3 floor building, and moving from floor to floor, it changes to the strongest wifi network, excellent
It's great Could use a pause button when I need to connect to my camera.
It is not free!! If you expect it to switch automaticelly get ready to pay for it.
2.3.1-4 - bug fixes
2.3 - Added option to bring switcher service into foreground, a solution for users for who the app hasn't switched networks.
2.2 - Fixed UI bugs in Devices running Android versions < 5.0
2.1 - Fixed issue causing preferred button to not show up on devices with large default fonts. Removed unnecessary permissions.
2.0 - Fixed issue causing some Marshmallow devices to not switch networks.
Fixed issue causing Devices ≤ Android 4.4 to crash on launch.
Added Pro Version