WiFi Probe

WiFi Probe is an easy to use wireless network scanner with a unique feature: It does not only scan for free wireless networks but is also able to detect if they really provide Internet access. Usually, you will have to enable the network, open the browser and load a web page to see if a network is protected in some way or is not even connected to the Internet. If it is protected, you have to return to the WiFi settings and try the next one.

With WiFiProbe, you can simply tap an open network, then WiFi Probe connects to it and checks Internet connectivity. The result is directly shown, there is no need to start a browser or another app. It even identifies captive pages and can thus separate free from password protected wireless networks. Checked networks are stored, so they do not have to be probed one more time when they are found again.

In auto probe mode, WiFi Probe automatically checks all open WiFis it encounters and vibrates when a network providing Internet access has been found or if you are in range of a free network that has already been checked. If you want, WiFi Probe can also immediately connect to the network. Hence, WiFi Probe is the perfect tool to quickly find an open Internet access in the vicinity.
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What's New

- Fix ignoring silent ring tones
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Additional Information

January 8, 2012
Current Version
Requires Android
1.6 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
Florian Fetz
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