Review from Dan Mornis
Useful and simple Great product is easy to use and very powerful for home IT.
Excellent app, the best and no root. Without root this is the best you can do, and it's plenty. You'll definitely get lots of info on known and especially unknown devices on you network. You can't mess with intruders or MiTM for example or anything like that, since that would require root and likely won't be allowed in Play Store. However with this useful info, when dealing with intruders the next step would be to go to your router settings and tighten up security.
FING was a great network app. It's kind of good now... The guy who envisioned a darker, less-intrusive, non-offending, "Dark Theme" is certainly the genius behind FING's latest update, and naught just wicked smart.
Getting better Good functionality but a few gripes. 1. Logging on previous version was not accurate, it appeared to capture a random amount of events, certainly not every connect/disconnect i know of. In version 5 the log view option seems to have gone completely, i was hoping for a fix rather than the option being made unavailable. 2. I get spurious MAC addresses for devices connected, i.e. not relevant to the device. 3. Incorrect timestamps i.e. a device that was removed from my house 3 days ago was last seen 5 hours ago. 4. Dark theme has returned, thank you.
Version 5.0.2 is OK with Night Mode but would be better with the yellow text from the older version. Of course it STILL needs an icon for a network bridge.
Still great Great Network scanner. I've been using thing since my iPhone days. Very glad to see it on Android as well.
Why doesn't it recognise devices that I've renamed, across different networks? It's the same MAC...
+ Optmized the traceroute display
+ Fixed crash on tablets when network details are selected
+ Fixed network update in non-english locales
+ Fixed crash on DNS lookup on Tools
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