No premium version? The only reason I'm giving this only 4 stars is because it doesn't provide a premium option and is constantly nagging me to try other products. Overall though, it works great for mapping network devices in any typical setting. I mostly use it to shut off WiFi devices my wife leaves running all over the house...
Found a problem If I have multiple Access Point (AP) devices in my Wi-Fi network the scan creates a new listing for each AP. I could not find a way to rescan the list created during the AP-xxx connection when I move to AP-yyy. As a result I can see 15 listings for a network with 15 APs. UPDATE: So far the work around is to use Sync Customisation and all 15 listings will have their members with a proper name/icon.
Handy Network Visibility and Management App I like the Android version better than the very good IOS app. Shows who's on your network, helps manage and detect intruders. Great for casual hobbyists (Arduino, Raspberry Pi) who need to see how things connect.
Very useful Much more mobile friendly then nmap. The only problem with it is that it only scans WiFi networks and refuses to work with USB Ethernet cards. Also WOL widget would be nice addition.
Good but so frustrating... Very handy tool for network discovery and documentation. However, I have to manually set the display name for many devices because it chooses the bonjour name over hostname AND netbios name. Why? What's worse... It provides the bonjour name on devices that don't implement the protocol. So frustrating.
Often quicker than using my laptop Very well thought out interface for diagnosing many network situations, including host discovery, OUI lookup, latency and name resolution. Absolutely love this app.
+ Updated Vendors DB
+ Updated Android Model DB
+ Improved Bonjour discovery engine
+ Added more customisations: network context, device importance
+ Minor fixes in discovery engine
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