Learn how it works! Before you all keep leaving one star ratings please understand how this app works. This app doesn't take magic pictures of Wi-Fi, the picture shown is a long exposure photograph taken with a different camera. The colored streaks are the screen of your phone running this app as it changes colors to show current Wi-Fi strength.
Here's how it does work First turn on your phone's WiFi. If your WiFi is not turned on you will only get a red screen. If you get a red screen, its OK, just go to your phone settings and turn your WiFi on then switch back to this app, it won't be red all the time, unless you are right next to your WiFi router. If you are right next to your WiFi router, just walk away from it. Your screen should now change from red to orange to yellow to green then blue, depending how far away you move away from the WiFi router source.
I placed my phone ahed of my high speed capturing camera and i was amazed of all the color, fools who gave 1 star. U don't even read the description of the app, but if u don't have the high speed capturing camera, then use the app to find week spots of data. Hope i help by giving a little of my joy and criticism.
Works as directed To all the 1 star ratings. This works perfectly. Read the description, all it does is change screen color and tone. Use WITH long exposure camera. It will not create those cool images by itself. You should read description carefully.
Works as promised Got potential - I move the smart phone about with the app active and the display changes colour according to wifi reception strength. The wifi router is on a shelf in the same room. All I need now is proper darkness, which is not easy in the far north at this time of the year.
Disappointed I thought this was an app that takes Kirlian photographs. I am disappointed that this is not the case. However it does work as advertised. Programmers need a better name because the name as it is falsely advertises the product.
As of the first release, the app will visualise field strength in WiFi networks by changing the background colour and emitting a sine-wave tone.