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WiFiAnalyzer (open-source) 1.9.3
Optimize your WiFi network using WiFi Analyzer (open-source) byexamining surrounding WiFi networks, measuring their signalstrength as well as identifying crowded channels.Users' privacy andsecurity is a huge concern these days and WiFi Analyzer(open-source) is designed to use as few permissions as possible. Itasks for just enough to perform the analysis. Plus, it is all opensource so nothing is hidden! Most notably, this application doesnot require access to internet, so you can be sure it does not sendany personal/device information to any other source and it does notreceive any information from other sources. WiFi Analyzer is underactive development by volunteers.WiFi Analyzer is free, has no-adsand does not collect any personal information.WiFi Analyzer is nota WiFi password cracking or phishing tool.Features:- Identifynearby Access Points- Graph channels signal strength- Graph AccessPoint signal strength over time- Analyze WiFi networks to ratechannels- HT/VHT Detection - 40/80/160MHz (Requires Android OS 6+)-Access Point view complete or compact- Estimated Distance to theAccess Points- Export access points details- Dark or Light themeavailable- Pause/Resume scanning- Available filters: WiFi band,Signal strength, Security and SSID- Vendor/OUI Database LookupUsageTips:- Tap the title bar to switch between 2.4 and 5 GHz WiFiband.- Swipe to manually refresh screen content.- Swipe left/rightat the bottom of the screen to navigate to the next/previousscreen- SSID with (***) means it is hidden.Please visit our websitefor more helpfulinformation:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzerFeatures:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#featuresUsageTips:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#usage-tipsHow-to:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#how-toFAQ:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#faqGitHubis the place to go for bug reports and codecontributions:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#feedback
WiFiAnalyzer BETA
Optimize your WiFi network using WiFi Analyzer (open-source)byexamining surrounding WiFi networks, measuring theirsignalstrength as well as identifying crowded channels.Users'privacy andsecurity is a huge concern these days and WiFiAnalyzer(open-source) is designed to use as few permissions aspossible. Itasks for just enough to perform the analysis. Plus, itis all opensource so nothing is hidden! Most notably, thisapplication doesnot require access to internet, so you can be sureit does not sendany personal/device information to any other sourceand it does notreceive any information from other sources. WiFiAnalyzer is underactive development by volunteers.WiFi Analyzer isfree, has no-adsand does not collect any personal information.WiFiAnalyzer is nota WiFi password cracking or phishing tool.Features:-Identifynearby Access Points- Graph channels signal strength- GraphAccessPoint signal strength over time- Analyze WiFi networks toratechannels- HT/VHT Detection - 40/80/160MHz (Requires Android OS6+)-Access Point view complete or compact- Estimated Distance totheAccess Points- Export access points details- Dark or Lightthemeavailable- Pause/Resume scanning- Available filters: WiFiband,Signal strength, Security and SSID- Vendor/OUI DatabaseLookupUsageTips:- Tap the title bar to switch between 2.4 and 5 GHzWiFiband.- Swipe to manually refresh screen content.- Swipeleft/rightat the bottom of the screen to navigate to thenext/previousscreen- SSID with (***) means it is hidden.Pleasevisit our websitefor morehelpfulinformation:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzerFeatures:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#featuresUsageTips:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#usage-tipsHow-to:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#how-toFAQ:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#faqGitHubisthe place to go for bug reports andcodecontributions:http://vremsoftwaredevelopment.github.io/WiFiAnalyzer/#feedback