WiFi Analyzer: Network Tools

WiFi Analyzer: Network Tools

By Master App Solutions

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2016-09-06
  • Current Version: 1.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 80.15 MB
  • Developer: Master App Solutions
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 2
From 387 Ratings


Is your Wi-Fi slow? Do you want to know about black spots in your home wifi setup? Ever wondered if someone’s piggybacking on your network without your knowledge? Look no further! Wifi Analyzer will provide you with a detailed analysis of your home network along with network and cell information. Download Wi-Fi Analyzer right now and gain a reliable tool to evaluate your home network! Wi-Fi Analyzer provides you with: NETWORK INFORMATION • Wi-Fi information Wi-Fi Analyzer will tell you all the information you need to know about your Wi-Fi Connection. SSID, BSSID, IP address, subnet mask, and vendor. • Cell Information All your cell information in one place - your provider and country, IP address, MCC and MNC, and VoIP support. WI-FI LAN SCANNER Discover a fast and reliable way to detect all network devices and gain insight into their IP address and vendor name. See NetBIOS, mDNS (bonjour) and DNS name where available and test the pingability of discovered devices easily. NETWORK TOOLS • Ping Easily test the reachability of a host and server availability. Provides round-trip delay including IP address and hostname for every network node, as well as geolocation data. • Traceroute Diagnose your network - trace the route and measure the delay of packets across the network. Network Analyzer will give you a traceroute visualization. • Port Scanner Scan the most common ports or specific port ranges quickly and effectively. Network Analyzer will detect closed, firewalled, and open ports. • DNS Lookup Similar to DNS lookup or dig. • Whois Whois of domains and IP addresses. Lookup information about any domain. SPEED TEST Measure your internet speed with just one tap. Wifi Analyzer gives you accurate results about your real download and upload speed as well as all your past measurings. Download Wi-Fi Analyzer right now and gain a reliable tool to evaluate your home network!



  • Crashes at startup

    By Aya082018
    How do you fix this? I paid for something that won’t load!!
  • Not a WiFi analyzer

    By Big, Big John
    Does not do what it claims. I was looking for something that would show me what channel I’m connected to, what other AP’s are broadcasting on each channel, etc. This does not do that. It is a simple network analyzer — shows you devices on the LAN, IP address, etc. — but no actual WiFi info.
  • Junk

    By nootime4dis
    Deleted. Useless.
  • Israel

    By noor y y
    very very nice
  • Waste of money

    By VS2
    Don’t get this app. It will not preform what you need done. I am trying to request a refund. Impossible!
  • No MAC addresses

    By Chazerix
    I bought this app to monitor MACs of devices connected to my network. Soon after purchasing, this function was removed for at least the iPhone. IPs don’t help me without using another app. Kind of defeats the purpose of paying for this app.
  • It’s

    By PodSaveTheQueen
  • Could be better

    By jmac93427
    This app has never reported speed correctly. It says ~6Mbps for download speed and EVERY other speed test I’ve used shows >180Mbps. That is the app’s fault. Apple decided to take away MAC scanning, so that isn’t the app’s fault - Apple gets full credit for ruining one of the best diagnostic capabilities available to network administrators.
  • OS11 limitation with MAC addresses

    By lewismr514
    Shame on me for not paying close attention to the MAC address limitation with this app (i.e. it does not list the MAC address and vendor associated with it when you are using OS11). Fortunately I have an older iPad that can view this information.
  • This app is for a optimization more than to troubleshoot problems

    By Nillllll
    Frustrating right off the bat. Had a severe speed problem and needed to get evidence. Went to the speed twstscreen first and saw 'no history available' message. That helps me not at all. Then I saw the little 'start' link at top right. Touched it, nothing, touched a few more times, seemed to start. But when the network speed went to zero, with wifi signal good, instead of showing this as zero speed in the time graph, it just stopped the graph for the rest of the sample time, and gave a speed result under the graph that should have been a very low number, but it seemed to be the average of when the network traffic was flowing. Same for both down and up speed. I think this app was developed more for testing the performance of a fully working network and the dev did not consider how an intermittent data flow should be graphed. Now I have to just get a simple ping app and look for the failures across hundreds of pings. Thought this app would be better solution.