Netmonitor

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4.4
16.8K reviews
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About this app

With Netmonitor you can get a good idea of the cellular and WiFi signal strength and find out which corners of your office or home are having the best reception. Adjust the direction of the antenna to have better signal reception and to improve internet speed.

Netmonitor displays advanced 2G / 3G / 4G / 5G (NSA and SA) cellular network information and helps you to watch the state of cellular network by gathering data about cell towers. Also detects aggregated carriers (so-called LTE-Advanced).
Tool for voice and data service quality troubleshooting, RF (Telecom) optimization and engineering field work.
In most cases precision of estimated cell tower position is better for sites with 3 cells detected (sectors). If you see only one cell, this is not cell tower position, this is cell serving area center.

Features:
* Almost realtime CDMA / GSM / WCDMA / UMTS / LTE / TD-SCDMA / 5G NR networks monitoring
* Current & neighboring cell infos (MCC, MNC, LAC/TAC, CID/CI, RNC, PSC/PCI, channels, bandwidths, frequencies, bands)
* DBM signal changes visualization
* Network info in notification
* Multi SIM support (when possible)
* Export sessions to CSV and KML. View KML in Google Earth
* Load external BTS antennas data with precise cell towers location information
* Data collection in background
* Cell tower sectors grouping on the map
* Google Maps / OSM support
* Approximate cell tower location with address based on geolocation services
* Cell finder & locator - discover new cells in the area

Force LTE only (4G/5G). Lock LTE band (Samsung, MIUI)
Feature is not available on every phone, it is accessible via firmware hidden service menu.

Netmonitor can help you diagnose various problems in your WiFi network setup. Detect available WiFi networks and analyze network coverage. Increase signal strength and reduce traffic volume. Helps discover the best channel for a wireless router. Detects devices connected to the network. Who’s using the network?

Features:
* Name (SSID) and identifier (BSSID), frequency and channel number
* Graph signal strength over time
* Router manufacturer
* Connection speed
* Estimated distance to the access point
* IP address, subnet mask, gateway IP address, DHCP server address, DNS addresses
* Spectrum bands - 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz
* Channel width - 20MHz, 40MHz, 80MHz, 160MHz, 80+80MHz
* Technologies - WiFi 1 (802.11a), WiFi 2 (802.11b), WiFi 3 (802.11g), WiFi 4 (802.11n), WiFi 5 (802.11ac), WiFi 6 (802.11ax), WiFi 6E (802.11ax in 6GHz)
* Security options - WPA3, OWE, WPA2, WPA, WEP, 802.1x/EAP
* WiFi encryption (AES, TKIP)

Permissions are required to access specific data:
PHONE - Multi SIM support. Get network type, service state. App NEVER makes phone calls
LOCATION - Get current & neighboring cells, carrier name. Access GPS location. Scan WiFi access points

More info:
https://parizene.github.io/netmonitor/

Please contact if you have any questions:
parizene@gmail.com
Updated on
Oct 26, 2022

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, Financial info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.4
16.8K reviews
A Google user
November 3, 2018
Overall, seems like it's a well done app. When responsive, it's pretty quick about it, doesn't make me wait. The 2 problems I'm noticing are: 1. The map seems to stop responding after adjusting certain settings, requiring a force-stop & clearing of cache before resuming normal functionality. 2. The tower place holders on the map have the tower graphic on top of the box of numbers, which is on top of the point at which the actual tower is supposed to be. Thus, when zooming in/out, it appears that the tower MOVES! --To fix this, dev should center the tower graphic and number box, as one, on the point where the tower should be. As it is, it's acting like point graphics in Google Maps do. The other thing dev could do is just switch the tower graphic and number box so the box acts like a top label & the base of the tower graphic rests on the actual tower's map point. Hope this helps! App definitely seems a worthy development. Keep up the good work! ^_^
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Dmytro Kopachevskyy
September 17, 2022
Good and efficient application, let customers see what providers really delivers. Access to hidden mobile network settings menu disabled on Samsung devices since July security patch, only "Phone info" menu works.
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Louis Carter
July 18, 2022
Clean super fast, and alot of data points with plptscharts graphs and map. Thank you sir,(s)/ma'am(s)? For the app I have been waiting for since Terminator 2! I wish it was a wallpaper iframe html or xhtml or live wallpaper or something. I am going to just literally sit here and watch it run. And when I leave home, the first place I'm goin is the the first tower, with some Windex, and a ladder for when I find it, to clean. On second thought, it totally sucks!!! Just kidding *snort lol
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What's new

・bug fixes