Works as advertised No adds, pretty great, I'm not a bot I promise ( if it could work with terminal emulator, I will give ALL THE STARS)
Very helpful app I've been using this app while on vacation to know how many other users are on the network, both for curiosity and to figure out why the network is so slow. I also like being able to name various connections to be able to identify my friend's phone connection at a glance.
Dam Worth to pay! OUI Look-Up,ARP,Netscape,Wire Shark all features in just a finger tip,Really Appreciate this app and,the developer the main thing I appreciate is its absolutely free of "Ads" ... Good Luck to you :)
Net scan yes indeed! Exactly what I was looking for, easy to use tool! Saves more debugging time than I can count.
A must have app If you are a network pro, this app will be on your test tool, by far the best one of the kind.
NetScan Just Works! There are certain times when you need an app to "just work." And one of those times is when you're in an unfamiliar network and you need to know about the devices around you. Net Scan is the perfect tool for that. Just whip out your Android phone, download this free little app and within seconds, you have a list of all the IP devices in your LAN segment, with YOURS and that of your access point clearly marked. Double-tap on any address to see more info about a listed device and even log in to some. Lots of apps have come onto and off of my devices, but Net Scan is a keeper. UPDATE - 9/17/14- Now using v.1.6.1, which apparently removed the "deep scan" button; this version no longer finds all the devices on my LAN. Later...this problem turned out to be an issue with my device. After freeing up some storage space and restarting, it works fine again. I should not have doubted you, Nick!
-Theme changes to work with newer Android builds
-Add Donate option to allow donation via Google Play (Billing permission added for this)
-Bunch of bug fixes
-Show your network's outside IP address.
-Can now add a label or description to a network device.
-Show open ports on main network device list.
-Fix a couple of Jellybean issues.
-Optimize for multi-core
Android network tool: discovering, mapping,scanning,profiling your Wifi network