WiFi Monitor: network analyzer

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.4
31.8K reviews
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About this app

WiFi Monitor is a powerful tool that allows you to analyze the state of WiFi networks and track its parameters (signal strength, frequency, connection speed, etc). It is useful for setting up a wireless router and Wi-Fi usage monitoring. It can also be used as a scanner helping to discover devices connected to WLAN.

"Connection" tab helps to track information about the connected WiFi hotspot:
• name (SSID) and identifier (BSSID)
• router manufacturer
• connection speed
• router signal strength
• frequency and channel number
• ping info
• hotspot security options
• MAC address and IP address of smartphone
• subnet mask, default gateway and DNS address.

"Networks" tab allows to analyze all available WiFi networks by the following parameters: type, equipment manufacturer, signal level, security protocol. Access points with the same name (SSID) are grouped together.

"Channels" tab displays hotspots signal level depending on its frequencies. Routers using same frequencies provide bad quality of a Wi-Fi connection.

"Strength" chart helps to compare received power levels of available WiFi hotspots and track its dynamics. The higher router signal strength, the better quality of wireless connection.

"Speed" chart displays the real amount of transmitted and received data in the connected network. This will help to analyze usage of a hotspot.

"Scanning" section performs search of devices in the connected network and displays its parameters. If scanner reports about foreign devices in your WLAN, block them in router settings.

Collected data can be saved to log file and exported to other applications.

https://signalmonitoring.com/en/wifi-monitoring-description
Updated on
Jul 18, 2022

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4.4
31.8K reviews
David Tartaglia
March 20, 2021
Worked perfectly immediately after install. Does exactly what it says it will do. I've tried similar apps and they all worked from the get-go though this app is one of the easiest and clearest to use. I was expecting ads all over the screen based on the complaints I read but the only ads I found were across the bottom of the screen and I almost didn't notice them.
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Alexander Kozyukov
March 21, 2021
Thank you for the feedback!
JMc
December 24, 2020
5 Stars!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Yes! _5 Stars! - One of the very BEST WIFI MONITOR Apps you can possibly have. Excellent work. I've never had a problem with it. Very accurate and full of important details. Looks great, easy for anyone. Fast. Small size. No problem Ads. Accurate. The Background Monitor feature is flawless.. Thanks to the Developer. 5 Stars!
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Alexander Kozyukov
December 24, 2020
Thank you very much! I am glad that you like it!
Rob Bl
October 29, 2020
Developer responded pointing out that all wifi-detecting apps require location permission now. I guess all the similar apps I have on my devices were from before this weird requirement. (*Why* it's a requirement, I can't imagine since the two apps I have find nearby networks just fine without intrusive permissions.) I'm taking down this review, but wanted to post this update/reply so the developer would know I'd seen and understood the response. PREVIOUS: Blocks most features unless you allow the app location access, which isn't necessary for any of those features. Similar apps can scan networks, channels, strength, etc without location access.
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Alexander Kozyukov
October 29, 2020
All applications that work with Wi-Fi networks must have access to the location: https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/connectivity/wifi-scan#wifi-scan-permissions

What's new

- bugs fixed