Couldn't Even Ping! I had to uninstall this app, because it complained that I didn't have BusyBox in /system/xbin when I tried to use the "Ping" function. I think the developer needs to make the app detect BusyBox, because I know the same developer's BusyBox that he mentions is installed on my device. I have never had any other app fail to work, because of where BusyBox was located. I mean, you don't even have any control over where it goes, when it installs. So why would it require that it be in a place where it does not install by default? Also, just FYI, I find the blue background to be annoying (no offense) and it washes out the text, at least on my Samsung Galaxy 10.1" Tab. In my humble opinion, it should not be requiring people to reconfigure their devices like this, just to use the "Ping" function. Doesn't it seem just a bit excessive for an app to not only demand this, but also that users have that level of expertise regarding Android and these types of utilities, just to Ping a computer? :)
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Get it! Love this utility! Many of the features one would need wrapped in a simple no-frills interface. Very small footprint to boot. Developer goes waaaay out of his way to support. The Pro version worth every penny with the ability to copy/paste info.
Looks as if its good First impression good
V1.05: MAC address lookup fixed (data provider changed API)
V1.04: Bug fixes in WhoIs and Traceroute
V1.03: Optimised selection of server for WhoIs enquiry
Different new icons for Free & Pro versions