10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Different views and graphs
- Channel rating
- Easy to understand
- It's a geek app
WiFi Analyzer tracks the WiFi networks around and shows them in graphs to help you out to choose the best network and channel
Have a fast connection matters, specially when we're talking about WiFi. Turn you Android into a Wi-Fi analyzer that shows the Wi-Fi channels around you
It shows you different views of the WiFi channels available to see at a glance which one are the best for you. Thus, there is a channel graph view, a time graph, a channel 10-stars rating, AP list and signal meter. All this to help you choose the best channel around and make the most of your network.
There are lots of settings to customize your search (colors, merge duplicated aps, auto Wi-Fi on/off, etc.). What's more, you will be able to sort the networks by channel or rating, or take snapshots of the graphs.
WiFi analyzer has been developed by farproc, a developer who's focused on the development of apps that improves the Android system performance.
WiFi Analyzer is a useful tool if you are surrounded by open WiFi networks and you want to choose the best. You won't probably use it everyday, but you will appreciate to have it installed in your Android when you are in such situation. Recommendable.
Shows the Wi-Fi channels around you. Helps you to find a less crowded channel for your wireless router.
* UI compatibility.
Allow me to set up APs with little or no interference.
Very useful and complete to analyse wireless networks. The interface could be better.
Use it to monitor your WiFi connection and choose the correct channel. It is especially helpful in apartment setting. No more slow Internet due to interference from neighbor's wireless network.
This app allows me to see the invisible world of WiFi around me so I may diagnose issues, perfect!
Simple, easy to use, very useful when setting up a wireless network or scanning for unauthorized access points.
very useful deploying amd detecting wireless network
Very useful for finding the best channel for my home Wi-Fi.