Nice idea, but not very well executed. Fing should get the devices' DNS names. It's annoying to have to name everything manually. For example, my router identifies my Roomba, but Fing does not. Sometimes Fing overwrites device names. Recently all of my Chromecast names changed to Streaming Dongle. And the last time I opened the app was apparently half in Night mode, even though Night Mode was not enabled. The background colors were from Night Mode, but most of the foreground colors were not. I couldn't even see the device names. To fix it, I had to enable Night Mode, close Fing, open Fing, disable Night Mode, close Fing, and finally open Fing again. This app isn't worth the hassle.
I think...If you're looking at any other app claiming to do similar things....You're throwing 20/20 in the toilet. You totally need to try this first...Not only does it work very well, it exceeds expectation. Hats off to the Team that brought this proper. I respect you greatly!
If you ever need to see what you have on your network, there is no better app anywhere that will inventory every device - and keep a log of devices that have been on the network. A must have tool for anyone curious about or responsible for their IP network.
This app is really worth 5 star. I can now check who's connected to my network now in my mobile with ips. Although I hope I could block those who connect without my permission. Edited: Eyyyyy I found at the setting the Game of Thrones reference ;D "For the night is dark and full of terrors"
We use Fing often when our router settings change. Also used it to scan a building where I was having reception problems and determined my PC had a poor wifi card. Useful app!
Great way to keep of track of users, PCs, printers, and other networked devices. Helped locate what was killing my router bandwidth and alerts on new / unrecognized devices. Great tool!
+ Fixed crash when the device orientation changes
+ Fixed bug of overlapping text in the main view
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