Fing - Network Tools

In-app purchases
4.5
605K reviews
50M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Fing has helped 40 million user worldwide to understand:
• Who's on my WiFi
• Is someone stealing my WiFi and broadband?
• Have I've been hacked? Is my network secure?
• Are there hidden cameras in the B&B I'm staying in?
• Why Netflix streaming has started buffering?
• Is my internet provider giving me the speed I pay for?

Fing is the #1 Network Scanner: discovers all the devices connected to your WiFi and identifies them, with our patented technology used also by router manufacturers and antivirus companies worldwide.

With Fing App’s free tools and utilities help you:
• Run WiFi and Cellular internet speed tests, download speed and upload speed analysis and latency
• Scan networks with Fing’s Wi-Fi & LAN network scanner and discover all devices connected to any network
• Get the most accurate device recognition of IP address, MAC address, device name, model, vendor and manufacturer
• Advanced device analysis of NetBIOS, UPnP, SNMP and Bonjour names, properties and device types
• Includes port scanning, device ping, traceroute and DNS lookup
• Receive network security and device alerts to your phone and email

Add Fingbox to unlock advanced network protection and smart home troubleshooting features:
• Know who’s home while you’re not there with Digital Presence
• See devices near your home with Digital Fence
• Block intruders and unknown devices automatically before they join your network
• Set parental control features to schedule screen time and pause internet access
• Analyze bandwidth usage by device
• Find Wi-Fi sweet spots
• Automate network speed tests and get reports for benchmarking ISP performance
• Secure your home network with opened port detection and network vulnerability analysis

Have a question? Get in touch at support@fing.com or learn more about Fing App and Fingbox at fing.com.
Updated on
Jun 18, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.5
583K reviews
Jim Shank
May 1, 2024
I used to love this app, but it's now useless. It blames Google for not allowing it to read MAC addresses. When I open it, there's an old list from a previous scan. When I refresh the device list, a full-page message appears telling me to change its settings to read IP addresses but not how or where to do it. It may be a ploy to get users to upgrade to premium. Not gonna. By the way, neither is their support system of any help in this matter. Uninstalling.
42 people found this review helpful
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denny johannes
April 12, 2024
"Ping" and "find open ports" has stopped working. Power cycled phone, uninstalled and reinstalled app, nothing has changed. Update: the notice that says "important changes to MAC address identification" pops up when you try to do a scan, it locks up the screen and back button forcing you close. If you do manage to get past that screen another one pops up and says it's time to breathe, I tried 1 scan and apparently 1 is too many, sad. This app went down hill fast.
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Kevin Brown-Goebeler
May 15, 2024
Works well only on small simple networks. With larger networks it fails to find all devices. Probably a timeout issue. With more complex multi-subnetted networks, although small, it has issues as well. On my network, with separate subnets for IoT, guest, and wired devices I must scan each separately which is tedious when I want to see my full network.
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What's new


• Improved support for Fing Agent
• Bugfixes and improvements