Great Job! Your app helped me understand how Wifi link speed fluctuates radically going from 5 to 72 Mbps and yet still workings fine on 802.11n networks. On g or b networks it shows a steady 54Mbps but this is false. I tested it with my router which was showing me the real link speed. It would be nice if you could add a letter showing the protocol that we are connecting at with the Wifi access point. i.e. "b" "g" "n" "ac". Thanks again! 5 stars! I just updated to Android Lollipop 5.1 and the app doesn't work. Hope you will fix it.
Great app but it sucks battery like no tomorrow The app is great! Really accurate and does as described, the only catch was it was responsible for 33% of my battery drainage on my Droid RAZR HD.
Widget continues to display a connected status and indicators even after I used it to turn off the wifi. How retarded is that? Uninstalled this garbage.
HOW DO I USE THIS? All i ever get are the 4 options, i have selected each one of them over several tires and nothing ever happens... never. I believe this is broken. SGS5
Please add polling and if no data is being transmitted through wifi to send alert. Wifi connection can connect without data. Would be great to see wifi data dissconnect so we can reboot router, call Internet providers etc..
Not accurate It continually says I'm getting over 800 mbps which would be awesome if that were true.
If you encounter problems after installing the update to this app, try remove the widget and then add it back.
To use the new features, Tap on the widget and then tap on "Widget Configuration".
* Add: No connection notification (WiFi turned on but cannot find a connection)
* Add: Actionable notifications: Reconnect or Turn-off WiFi from the notifications (require Android 4.1+)
* Add: Notification sound
* Add: User-settable update frequency of the widget
* Bug fixes & improvements
Turns an Android phone into a W-iFi Analyzer w/18 useful router networking tools