Network Tools II

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4.2
185 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Network Tools II is an Android application created with a simple idea:
1) Define some Internet-connected resources and equipment like websites, servers, smart devices, surveillance systems that will be monitored.
2) Define time intervals when this equipment should be monitored.
3) Have an alert as soon as possible when this equipment stops working.

Network Tools II works like a watchdog. It sits in your pocket and monitors the equipment whose trouble-free operation is important to you. It uses the Android system scheduler and consumes zero CPU when it is not active. The application notifies you when the trouble appears, probably even before you or somebody else may discover it.
Updated on
May 24, 2020

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4.2
185 reviews
R. Lynn Rardin
May 25, 2020
I was in search of an app that would allow me to carry out on call monitoring of the up/down status of multiple servers with minimal battery drain. Although NTII with the Premium option offers numerous more complex features, it meets my simple needs perfectly. A recent update caused the app to hang if I didn’t grant it access to location services. It took only a brief email exchange and less than 12 hours for the developer to build and publish an update that resolved my problem. That is unbeatable support in my book. Superb work, Vlad!
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A Google user
October 23, 2018
this is the application i needed for simple server monitoring. no battery consumption on hourly schedule, complete set of instructions and clear interface. great developer. bought pro version as a small thank you.
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A Google user
April 23, 2020
Update killed the app on HTC Android 7.0. Won't work without app location service enabled No reason to need location enabled.. No reason to provide location unless developer is sharing..
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Vladimir Kuts
May 22, 2020
Please check the latest release

What's new

Fixed a location permission compatibility issue