works well for me I've been using Fing, works well enough. Today I needed some info on the network I am currently attached to. It is repeated from an open network but secure and with a different ssid. Fing would only show my own phone, ezNetscan showed everything attached to the repeater including the repeater. I tried several other things including one that wanted root. I'll stick with this. thanks for a simple effective app.
I'm no expert... ...but I really like this app. Easy to use. After using it to see "other people" leaching off my old wireless home network, it convinced me to finally upgrade to a new, more secure router. Thanks! Edit: still 5* even one year on. Nice and simple!
Total junk! This gave me minimal useful information, and every other screen is a pitch to upgrade to the paid version. Don't waste your time. If I could've given a rating lower than 1 star, I would have!
Best Android Solution so far but Would be nice to find individual wifi clients (not AP's) based on signal strength. Add that and this would the bar none the best!
A Most Useful Tool This correctly identifies network components and their iP addresses. Very good and works as described. It is awfully handy when it comes to adding a new router to an existing network.
Great app But it crashes when network connection goes off. I think network state change handling is not proper.
Updates in Version: 2.1.7
- Traceroute fixes
Updates in Version: 2.1.6
- Vendor database updated
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Turns an Android phone into a W-iFi Analyzer w/18 useful router networking tools