WiFi AR - the most useful tool ever

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4.2
8.35K reviews
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About this app

Visualize your existing WiFi/Cellular network in AR-mode.
- Signal level: Find best WiFi access point (AP) location
- Speed value: Get current connection speed value
- Ping value: Find lowest latency in space to play online-games smoothly -Wi-Fi&5G\LTE modes
- Interfering networks: Find neighbour networks that impact and reduce quality of your connection. Try to select another channel in router settings to minimize that impact
- Best WiFi AP detection: If you have more than one router, check if your device switches correctly between them

Application uses ARCore, it will be additionally requested to download.

List of supported devices: https://developers.google.com/ar/discover/supported-devices
Updated on
Jan 21, 2022

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4.2
8.35K reviews
A Google user
October 31, 2018
So, other reviews identified problems with this app, and I'm here to say they're all valid. I love the premise, but the execution is flawed. This feels more like a rough beta than a release. UI is basic, settings are limited. The navigation icon only ever points in one direction, no matter how I turn. My WiFi network name just shows up as SSID hidden (which it's not). There's really no directions at all baked into the app. For example, you can choose between "normal", " advanced" and "basic" modes, but there's no indication as to what these actually do,or what the difference is. They all bring up the exact same interface. It's just confusing. I see the usefulness of this app if it were to work as designed; a bit more work is needed before I can recommend. Polish up the AR and add some tutorials or tooltips or something describing how to use the app, and what to expect. TL;DR feels like a beta, can't recommend
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Wi-Fi Solutions
October 31, 2018
Thank you Chris, for a reasoned review. Today we are working on UI to make it clean and clear. SSID hidden issue - please send us a screenshot, we will investigate this. dev@wifisolutions.com.ua Navigation point has to rotate when looking around and should show current position when detected your position in space.
David Needham
September 14, 2020
I was skeptical that this would work or provide much value, but the positive reviews convinced me to give it a shot. This app ended up being the most useful when I was comparing signal for a variety of home network setups. It helped me easily visualize how the signal changes as I walk around the house... Even up or down floors! There are ads, but very infrequently. I'll definitely be using this app again the next time I need to do this kind of work.
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A Google user
December 16, 2018
I'm on a Galaxy 9± and unfortunately I'm finding a few issues that otherwise would be a pretty cool app. On wifi, when I toggle through the on-display options, only the signal strength, ping, and MCS register. The channel, interfere, and best AP do not work. On LTE only, there is no signal strength displayed (0 dBm). The app has all permissions granted including location. Read through the code on GitHub, should be no issue determine location from SSID. Looking forward to using the app once the bugs are addressed in my case.
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Wi-Fi Solutions
December 17, 2018
Thank you for feedback! It looks like Location is disabled in Android system settings. Pop-up with reminder is implemented in the latest release (today). On LTE there should be no issues with getting signal level. In latest release we have added ASU level, is it still empty? You can help us if you send us a screenshot with this "0" value to e-mail

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