iNet - explore your network!
Find out about security risks and keep your network
under control. Which devices are connected to my network? Are they online? Which
services do they provide? Does somebody use my wifi network without my
knowledge? These and other questions answers iNet fast...
To my dear developer
Hello, I have two mobile phones yesterday, I bought the paid app for my iPhone 6 Plus, I use all of them and collect them linked to my account with Apple, one for the Internet and the other for calls, now I downloaded the application with my other device but I did not receive the copy of the paid application, thank you for your distinguished efforts and please tell me about the correct way and thank you
Excellent Network Scanner!
This helps track down problems and saves time. Time is money! Right now I don't have the pro version but I do plan on getting it if it ever goes on sale. It's extremely accurate and provides information that other apps do not. I would recommend this for anyone setting up or keeping track of your network!
INet - new discoveries
If I remember correctly when Apple removed the ability to pull Mac address’s, you asked your customers to be part of a complaint to Apple. It must be tough when you are not smart enough to figure something out.... others have. Frankly I support Apple with any action intended to protect me. Watching you going on about this was tiresome. While your app-iNet is ok, it’s not that ok. Now I see your app will exit/or force an acceptance of yes, if the app-iNet is not added to locations. Frankly it’s none of your business and if you cannot figure a way through this without coding such a forceful resolve, you are a sad programmer. Others have... This is something to be expected from Facebook or corporations in general, but not from independent programmers. I’m just glad I did not invest any further time or $$ into your app. It is true the app has useful info, but the overall view of the programmer is not desirable. i.g. Actions and ability to solution. I am de-installing now.
Great app + easy to use
Great app and there is no learning curve to the setup. I am definitely going to support the devs and upgrade to pro if it goes on sale. I don’t really need the extended features, but the free version has worked great for years and I’d like to drop them a few bones (and seeing what bonuses are in the pro version is a plus too!).
Understanding that network
You know know one truly could ever understand what that network has gone through. I’m not saying that the network is functionality right but I think that after the deviating crash in 2012 it will never work right again. Knowing that the network will never have privacy because the entire network is hacked so good that that is also keeping the network in a bad place. I think it’s just time for that network to just pull the plug because it will never be the same. I also think that things should have been different.
Good app, bad business practice
Very good app, but it is dissapointing to realize that at some “update” you made previously available function suddenly available only if you upgrade. I understand the need for revenue, but it is a betrayal of trust to your users if you remove functionality.
Best network scanner I’ve used
I purchased this app years ago and found it to be extremely handy when working at clients homes or offices. The ability to save scans is one of my favorite features as well as the robust equipment identification.
Looks at network
Good app for free one. Able to see home network. I found I had 2 networks, 1 setup by the router, the other by the internet cable installer. Now I have more capabilities that I knew about. I can look at problems with more information.
After replacing my WiFi router, I no longer had the Netgear software that showed Network map. This has been a great relief as well as being more portable on my iPad mini...
I am an IT and wanted to try this app, angry IP and do a better job than this app. It requires your location in order to San your network. Poor programmed app. I understand you want to make money by developing an app but at least make a useful interface and upfront. I read the new update doesn’t require location permission but after downloading it was the first prompt to allow my location. Deleting it now.
Hi this app is great for finding other devices connected to my network or any network when you are finding rogue PCs or hackers that joined your network without your permission.
Indispensable for diagnostics
Have used for some time now. Icon library could be improved, but generally quite satisfied with Lite and Pro editions.
Well designed. Shows everything on my network. Easy to use.
So good easy to use understand information is presented in a way that I can understand. Don’t need to be a savant
I’ve used the free version of this app for longer than I can remember. It’s handier than most desktop port scanners!
Yes. iNet - Network Scanner is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 2,418 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for iNet - Network Scanner Is 39.4/100.
Yes. iNet - Network Scanner is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 2,418 iNet - Network Scanner User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for iNet - Network Scanner Is 39.4/100.
iNet - Network Scanner works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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