Excellent Wifi Scanner! Easy to use, and awesome logging features. Very useful to find open network. Can export to Google map and visualize all the access points. Plus it's FREE!
Annoying Glitch Very annoying that you can not stop the map centralising, prevents you looking at the data you have collected other than next door to you. Otherwise a very good app.
Generally good. Have had a few annoying issues where the WiFi logger just stops updating for no apparent reason. (e.g. Just went out for a drive with a starting database of 1515 APs and 3 APs in range; after a drive to another location, the map reported my position correctly, but still reported the same 3 APs nearby and 1515 APs.) All that aside, a good tool.
Great tool Why only display ap's you already have creds for ( and obviously know where they are)? This is great if you want to find NEW ap's when you travel around town. I'll be riding my bike around town again with this running. It is strange how many leave their printers unsecured even after I use them a few times. Don't people notice strange documents and poems all over their floor??
Awesome app It finds all the open source wifi including the ones that are open but still need a password what I don't like about it it picks up wireless printers, ruku players , chromecasts. Also, that app thinks that the traffic sensors along interstates our wifi. Sure be nice if there was a way to censor all these devices that are not wifi.
You wicked, wicked boy! Thanks for this. I can't think of anyone who thought to add the ability to check the security of my neighbors while monitoring my oil temperature. Seems obvious.
* Better memory management of the open access point database display
* Some UI tweaks to enhance interactivity when a lot of APs are displayed
* Remembers discovered access points on the map (were always saved in the log though)
* Stability improvements (thanks for the error reports)
Do you want to know if someone is connected to your wifi without permission?