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About this app

WiFiman is here to save your network from sluggish surfing, endless buffering, and congested data channels. With this free-to-use (and ad-free) app, you can:

* Detect available WiFi networks and Bluetooth LE devices instantly.
* Scan network subnets for additional details on detected devices, such as Bonjour, SNMP, NetBIOS, and Ubiquiti discovery protocols.
* Connect to your UniFi network remotely via Teleport - a free, zero-configuration VPN.
* Conduct download/upload speed tests, store results, compare network performance, and share insights with others.
* Relocate your access points (APs) to nearby data channels to instantly increase signal strength and reduce traffic volume.
* Test the connection speed between your UniFi Dream Machine or UDM Pro and mobile devices.
* See enhanced details about all of the Ubiquiti devices on your network (UniFi, AmpliFi, AirMAX, EdgeMAX, EdgeRouter, EdgeSwitch, UISP, AirCube, AirFiber).

What information does WiFiman show?
You'll see IP address, netmask, gateway, DNS server, SSID, BSSID, signal strength, wireless channel, ping latency, and packet loss information.
Install WiFiman Companion for advanced device discovery features.

WiFiman's network tools include:
* A network analyzer with WiFi 6 support and a signal strength meter.
* WiFi speed testing.
* Detailed network cell information.
* A network scanner for device discovery.
* A port scanner.
Updated on
Oct 27, 2023

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location and Personal info
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity, and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

204K reviews
Ryan L (rl1806)
August 20, 2023
Each update makes the app less and less useful. Used to be a great tool but now I barely use it due to the poor UI design. Used to be able to easily see what networks were overlapping on the spectrum view but that is almost completely replaced by a list of WiFi network names. Android gives me s list right out of the box. It is s pain to get to where you can monitor signal strength and im sure that is next on the chopping block. The only things that slightly work are the gimmicky AR tools.
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Alexander Meinhardt
September 5, 2023
Keeps being "simplified" for no good gain. Once a good, useful app with a lot of features, along with additional ones if you owned any Ubiquiti device. Now its barely any better than your standard wifi/network scanning tools, if at all. Two good examples are that the bluetooth signal tracker doesnt have the audio feedback feature anymore, and the wifi frequency graph/map being just.. awful, with a big focus on the device list instead. The UI also is now iOS styled, looking out of place.
88 people found this review helpful
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Z Beast
August 16, 2023
Updated today.. It was a good app. The redesign took away the part I used most. Useful details are gone. It no longer updates when my device switches between main router and extenders. No longer gives the detailed info I need. Go back to the previous interface and I will rate it higher. For now, nearly useless, looking elsewhere. Uninstalling and might check back again some time.
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What's new

* improved Speed test measurement accuracy
* show ISP icon in device topology
* fixed 40MHz channels not always correctly displayed at WiFi 2.4GHz Band chart
* fixed WiFi incorrect WiFi security shown for some network