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    • Network Analyzer can help you diagnose various problems in your wifi network setup, Internet connectivity, and also detect various issues on remote servers thanks to the wide range of tools it provides.
    • It is equipped with a fast wifi device discovery tool, including all the LAN device's addresses, manufacturers and names, together with the Bonjour/DLNA services they provide. Further, Network Analyzer contains standard net diagnostic tools such as ping, traceroute, port scanner, DNS lookup, whois, and network speed test. Finally, it shows all neighboring wi-fi networks together with additional details such as signal strength, encryption and router manufacturer to help discovering the best channel for a wireless router. Everything works with both IPv4 and IPv6.
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I have used Ubiquiti's excellent and free WifiMan for several years. From the description, this seems to do the same things. Detect uncongested channels, see the strength of all of the APs around me, etc.

Any particular reason to use this instead?
What's the difference between the Free and Pro version?

The following features are available in the Pro version (and not present in the free version of the app).

Extra Tools

Internet speed tester (download and upload speed test)

UPnP and Bonjour services browser

Routing table

Network connection list (available on Android 9 and older versions only)

Wake on LAN (including remote WOL)

Wi-Fi Signal

Possibility to assign custom names to networks

Signal usage graph (visualisation of channel occupation useful for determining least utilised channels)

Possibility to filter wi-fi signal list

Possibility to sort wi-fi signal list by signal strength, channel, or SSID

LAN Scanner

History of performed scans, possibility to "star" favorite

Quick access to scan of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses using tools (ping, traceroute, etc.)

Quick access to Bonjour and UPnP tools provided by the scanned devices

Possibility to assign custom names to individual devices

Possibility to scan custom IP ranges

Scan list filtering

Tools

History of queries, possibility to "star" favorites

Ping

Configurable frequency ping probe send time

Configurable ping probe payload size

Detail ping information including AS number and detailed location information

Graphical visualisation of probe times and statistics

Traceroute

Configurable probe type (ICMP or UDP)

Configurable probe frequency

Visual traceroute shown on map

Quick access to tools for individual hops

Port Scanner

Configurable "common" ports

Configurable speed of the scanner

Whois

Possibility to use custom whois server

DNS Query

Possibility to show DNSSEC queries

Possibility to show all sections (answer, authority, additional)

Various

No ads

Dark theme (configurable)

Export into plain text or CSV available for all tools
some description or screenshots would go a long way. i'll just drop this
https://techet.net/netanalyzer/
looks a lot like wifi analyzer which is free open-source software.

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this might help you
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This is a good app. But for me i only use it when I'm troubleshooting neighbor interference and so the free version is good enough.

If i lived in apartment complex or more condensed neighborhood im sure id buy it.
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some description or screenshots would go a long way. i'll just drop this
https://techet.net/netanalyzer/
looks a lot like wifi analyzer which is free open-source software.
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some description or screenshots would go a long way. i'll just drop this
https://techet.net/netanalyzer/
looks a lot like wifi analyzer which is free open-source software.
Same software, just a free vs .99 version. Not easily seeing what you get with the .99 version.
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I have used Ubiquiti's excellent and free WifiMan for several years. From the description, this seems to do the same things. Detect uncongested channels, see the strength of all of the APs around me, etc.

Any particular reason to use this instead?
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I have used Ubiquiti's excellent and free WifiMan for several years.
Thanks for mentioning this. What a great tool!
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Any particular reason to use this instead?
Yes. I bought this the last time it was on sale for 99 cents about a year ago. I just do odd jobs and help people out with random network things in my spare time and I've used it several times. in addition to the wireless part it's also an ip scanner with easy to use filterable results with saved history. If you ever want a trustworthy app to do those kind of things, this one does them and is nicely packaged. And yes I'd recommend it for 99 cents. I have not used that ubiquiti tool specifically so I'm going to go check it out now. i do use their access points and have used edgeswitches/routers.
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Same software, just a free vs .99 version. Not easily seeing what you get with the .99 version.
Quote from starcaptor :
I have used Ubiquiti's excellent and free WifiMan for several years. From the description, this seems to do the same things. Detect uncongested channels, see the strength of all of the APs around me, etc.

Any particular reason to use this instead
What's the difference between the Free and Pro version?

The following features are available in the Pro version (and not present in the free version of the app).

Extra Tools

Internet speed tester (download and upload speed test)

UPnP and Bonjour services browser

Routing table

Network connection list (available on Android 9 and older versions only)

Wake on LAN (including remote WOL)

Wi-Fi Signal

Possibility to assign custom names to networks

Signal usage graph (visualisation of channel occupation useful for determining least utilised channels)

Possibility to filter wi-fi signal list

Possibility to sort wi-fi signal list by signal strength, channel, or SSID

LAN Scanner

History of performed scans, possibility to "star" favorite

Quick access to scan of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses using tools (ping, traceroute, etc.)

Quick access to Bonjour and UPnP tools provided by the scanned devices

Possibility to assign custom names to individual devices

Possibility to scan custom IP ranges

Scan list filtering

Tools

History of queries, possibility to "star" favorites

Ping

Configurable frequency ping probe send time

Configurable ping probe payload size

Detail ping information including AS number and detailed location information

Graphical visualisation of probe times and statistics

Traceroute

Configurable probe type (ICMP or UDP)

Configurable probe frequency

Visual traceroute shown on map

Quick access to tools for individual hops

Port Scanner

Configurable "common" ports

Configurable speed of the scanner

Whois

Possibility to use custom whois server

DNS Query

Possibility to show DNSSEC queries

Possibility to show all sections (answer, authority, additional)

Various

No ads

Dark theme (configurable)

Export into plain text or CSV available for all tools
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It's a $1. Ask not what it costs, but if it's something you will use, and if you prefer the interface over the free versions.
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looks much better and more useful than similar apps that I have used before... good timing as I just had to factory reset my google mesh network and this will make setting up all the IP cameras and smart devices so much easier.
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Is there a difference between this and wifi analyzer premium? Or is it just basically the same thing?
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Not worth it for me but perhaps for someone who really needs traceroute and some of those other things that I never actually end up using on my phone for light-duty wireless site surveys.
I've used "wifi analyzer" by farproc for 5+ years now for all manner of IT tasks and it gets the job done. Usually with the phone I am just trying to check channel strength/interference, see what APs our mobile devices are connecting to in a certain location, etc. Anything much beyond that and you are likely moving to another device or logging into your wireless controller.
In any event, here is the link to wifi analyzer, it's been around forever, has been downloaded a bunch, and is still free.
https://play.google.com/store/app...i.analyzer

*Edit: It looks like my farproc app is suffering from some "permissions creep" in newer versions so the open source "WiFi Analyzer" might be a better choice at this point. I dislike when apps grab more permissions than they really need, even if android does a better job of taming them now.
https://play.google.com/store/app...fianalyzer
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some description or screenshots would go a long way. i'll just drop this
https://techet.net/netanalyzer/
looks a lot like wifi analyzer which is free open-source software.
I guess the video is nice so kudos for that addition but OP attached the Play store link and there are almost always screenshots in the Play store listing. This app is no exception and has screenshots available there.
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