App has 4 screens:
• Gauge – shows the signal strength of the currently connected wifi network. Also shows maximum, minimum and average values. Graph with auto-scale & speed options.
• Channel – shows how the wifi networks are spread across the channels and overlap each other.
• Graph – shows how the signal strength of all nearby networks vary with time. Auto-scale & speed options. Select which networks to display.
• List – Contains basic information for all the detected networks: name, mac address, frequency, channel, encryption type and signal strength.
Free & No Ads. For indication only. Enjoy.
Very slick and works perfectly on Samsung S7. Seeing clashing channels is excellent.
Very good app, does what you want it to but the silly graphical border is wasting +20% of my screen. Five stars if full screen.
The layout is good but the lack of instructions hurts the app. You can only see the band you are logged into on the meter setting with no way to check your other and other band on page 1. I could not find a way to change the channel graph to 5Ghz on page 2. The signal line graph works well on page 3, as does the signal strength meters on page 4. I sent an email to the developer to help solve the issue on page 2.
Been trying to figure out why my WiFi Fiber optic high speed network had recently lost signal range on my residential property? After trying out this app, I now know why. Not realizing that my router was default to (Auto channel #1) Many of my close neighbors upgraded their internet with new wireless routers and a high majority of the routers were all auto default channel #1. There was apparent interference and this app opened my eyes as I viewed the overlapping channel #1 signals. Excellent app it works great I can see all the wifi channel availability and decide which channel works best for my location. This app helped me get my signal strength and speed back to normal. You guys did a great job would have liked the meter case to be yellow like my fluke multimeter lol. Thanks again love this app and recommending it to all my tech buddies.
While the basics look good on my 2.4 only device, there are two big display problems. 1. The actual channel graph is confined to a tiny window. 2. As weak remote APs go in and out of range at each periodic scan, the fade animation generates an annoying pop-up-down effect that make those unimportant signals dominate the display.
Launching the app causes my ASUS tablet to automatically connect to wi-fi, though I had wi-fi off. This is unacceptable, as the reason I manually turn wi-fi off on my tablet is to avoid exposing my work to the internet while I type (I save my documents to one of two micro SD cards). PLEASE ELIMINATE AUTO CONNECT TO WI-FI.
Could it be made to where WiFi isn't automatically enabled? On newer devices (such as my Nexus 6) the WiFi radio is always active even when WiFi is disabled, so this application still functions without it. I'd like it to not connect automatically to a network while scanning.
The app seems to work fine, but it is unbelievable how much of the screen is wasted on some blue graphic. It tries to simulate a real meter, but in doing so, wasting approx 30% screenrealestate and making the graphs much smaller then needed. Please add an option to remove those useless graphic.
I like the metered style layout, but after it's open for about 30 sec, the wifi connection crashes. Tried a different wifi scanner, no wifi crash. Am keeping installed in case there's a fix published for this problem. Otherwise, like it very much.
Missing Alias naming for sites with many APs presenting the same SSID. Im sure its great. I dont fully understand why the channel display has so much zooming going on. I cant find how to change to the 5 GHz spectrum.
Considering it's free and no ads whatsoever, I was at first suspicious of downloading it and expecting it to look like a 1st year students coding skill for an assignment. But it's far from that, it's actually very useful and completely stable. Shows all information necessary. 5*
This is a very handy portable analyzer which also has a user interface resembling real instrument. And there is no adware. Probably best in class. The minor deficiency - no separate specrum assignment view for 5ghz bands. In the list of avaiable ssids the 5ghz access points are shown, but listed in the same pile as 2.4ghz. It also lacks calibration of the signal strength scale, so these dbm values are not accurate and can be used only for relative measurements. Some space for improvement.
I was having a good time flying my drone in countryside this afternoon. All wonderful. Till the drone decided to fly off and disappear above an enormous corn field... Video link interrupted, stupidly the GPS module with home function not installed. After searching over an hour, I remembered that I am engineer, and radio amateur.... Searching on Google Play I found your Wi-Fi analyzer. Installed it. And with the luck the drone with still giving Wi-Fi heartbeat, I managed to track it down! Simply perfect!
The first display (the meter) only works if you connect to the wifi network you want to monitor which isn't always practical. The tick boxes next to the list of networks on the graph screen don't show ticks in on my device also I would want to be able to optionally flip the logic so that only networks I ticked were shown and new ones were unticked by default. Also the pretty blue border takes up too much screen space imo.
My only complaint is that the graph does don't show me 5Ghz networks. I could choose a cleaner Chanel for it if it would. Besides that, this is quite an useful little app!
I think that this application is goid overally. It has a little flawed deaign for me with big black wasted soace around of apps window. Moreover it would be great to have channel rating section in auch kind of software.
Nice layout and features. I use this to check my internet if things seem to slow down. Would like something like this if it could monitor Bluetooth devices in the area. Showing field strength levels in real time.
This app works great for what it was meant to do. Analyze the wifi networks near you and give you information for the wifi network you are connected to. Iwill never understand why people will complain about a free app?
mainly because it has no ads and it's free But mostly because it has such a clean easy read interface easy to understand knowledge and Keulsoft just makes fantastic apps all around
Could have been a really nice little tool but doesn't seem to be able to display anything other than 2.4Ghz only?
The UI border, while pretty, makes the main app very small and fiddly. Graphs are harder to read. Option to turn border off would make it a genuine 5 stars app.
Works great on my 7inch tablet. I can see were it may be a problem on a small cell phone screen. The display is perfect for my device. Great job.
Very good application with lots of potential, I ask the developer keeps it ad free and adds more logging facilities such as to CSV or text file, ping, Latency checks and more comparison analysis. Would be well worth playing for if these features mentioned were available in a pro version and keep this one free.
No ads, < 1 MB apk installer, very good GUI, useful data, etc. (I could go on). What's not to love? How can we donate?
Junk. It tells me I'm on channel 6 with a one star rating and to switch to channel 11 with ten star rating. I change channels in router, tells me I'm on channel 11 and gives it one star and to switch to channel 6 with ten stars. Which ever high star rating I move to becomes one or zero once setting is saved in router. The app lists 14 channels, my router only 13.
This is one of the best I have found and it does not have ads. How do they do it? Thanks for the contribution you guys/gals! I give you 5 stars for this very useful app. It's easy to read and get around in, plus it is fast. Get it!
The app doesn't appear to like the latest Marshmallow build on the Moto X. It will not scan or pick up networks/APs, including the one the device is currently connected to! #Uninstall until fixed
Great little app, I use it all the time, fun to see how many WiFi signals there are at the shopping centre or just out and about. Not to mention it's practical use.
DL'ed the 3 free ones with the highest rating (4.4) of which this was one . . . one I considered 3 stars "It's OK", and this is one of the other two. So go ahead, it's very complete and has a nice meter for associating signal strength with actual numbers. Diff. between this and the other good one is this one has a creative "voltmeter"-type design for an interface . . . not functionally superior to other good one necessarily but a nice touch and a good effort, and it clinches the top spot for me... good job.
Genuine no adds which is great. Needs to mirror 2.4G functions in 5G range. Chart a bit small even on a tablet.
This Tool is excellent for testing the WiFi connections in the area. I particularly like the graphics of screen 2 and 3. Great work !! THANK YOU very much! - Would be just great to have an added function to save the whole List (in screen 4) - preferably in a PDF file, even better with a date/time stamp !! Also a time stamped ScreenDump feature for Screen 2 & 3 would be super ! - Just storing the screen image as a picture file. This would make it a really great analysing tool !! If you want to one better, you could even output the screen as a video clip ! If you would still include the GPS Position Data, you might just have a Killer APP !!
In a scale from 1 to 100, this program is a 890. The single best analytical cellular device that I have ever seen. - AND, I wrote my thesis in Cellular Terminology And Technology.
Runs well and doesn't need location on unlike other app. The blue border is ok but might be good without it. Agree that switcher for the 5ghz on page 2 makes this an even greater app tho looking at page 4 compensates for this as i can see both the 2.4 and 5 ghz (all 4 of them) for my 2 AP.
That's by far the ugliest Android app I've ever seen.
This app needs an update that extends things like having a channel number for signals on a 5ghz band and be able to show the signal chart for those 5ghz channels
After installing this great app I got to know how best I can configure the router. Keep it up dev team.
Clean UI, Comprehensive information, Real-time analysis, and no Ads or bloat of any kind. If only more app developers were like you. Kudos.
Sorry but the most useful spectrum is invisible. Plus, it is hit and miss whether routers on 2.4GHz show or not.
Excellent app no permissions or ads so qudos to Dev. Only minor gripe is 5ghz channels do not show. But does pick up the 5ghz signal
The app works, but the GUI is not well thought, most of the screen is waisted on the device-like frame.