Network Analyzer is a lite version of Network Analyzer Pro - an advanced tool
for network diagnostics, LAN scanning and problem detection. Network Analyzer
can help you diagnose various problems with your wifi network setup and Internet
connectivity thanks to the tools it provides. It...
Suits Its Purposes
Good IP scanner app, the only drawback that I see so far, and it is worth noting, is that when scanning my home wi-if network the app doesn’t display the MAC addresses of the scanned IP’s. The developers are aware of this and know that it’s because of Apple’s privacy policies. Instead, an in-app message is displayed that since IOS 11 can not access the ARP table, the MAC addresses cannot be displayed. However, My phone is IOS 13 and not IOS 11. So the issue which was present in IOS 11 persists in IOS 13. I may reach out to Apple as suggested and reference the bug report helpfully given in the FAQ. Solid four stars through no fault of the developer(s).
Great app, use it all the time
Sad reality of today’s browsing is the absolute necessity of using a VPN *all* the time (if you don’t, please consider doing so): however, that complicates greatly accessing the ‘net reliably. I use NetAnalyzer all the time, with its “ping” feature to troubleshoot connectivity issues: it’s easy to use; very reliable; and effortless. The other features are good too, but not as heavily used / needed. Anyways, highly recommended.
Great App! When one of my devices doesn’t seem to be connected, I quickly use this app to view all my devices and their connection status. Using a remote WiFi system, like an RV Park? Use this app to see how safe the system is....see everyone in the park and their lan connection? Might not want to do online banking then. I have also used it to ping my servers when dns was down.
Simple, does what is says
Simple tool, gives basic, useful diagnostic info. Don’t think I’ll use it very frequently, but small and useful enough to keep on device for when the occasion arises. One minor issue is the keyboard on the ping screen. No way to hide it, so kind of a pain to get out of that screen, but not a deal breaker. Maybe that makes this a 4.5 start rating. In any case, good job.
I love the full version of Network Analyzer. Especially the LAN scan. It shows where all my devices are attached. And anything else attached too. The speed test is convenient and helpful. Other apps do fine with speed tests but it’s nice having it all together. And both functions store history for you.
The app only provides the same information that I can find in the control panel. It only shows the connected WiFi, but does not show any signal strength or rate information. It also does not show other available networks. But these failures appear to be an “Apple designed” feature. The author was nice enough to refer me to an article that points out that the Apple Airport Utility with Scanner mode enabled can do most of what I was looking for. It does show advertising.
Seems to be a way for developers to have access to your info
The lite version is nothing. If you have a router with an app, you have all the info that this app provides. If you have a phone (which you do; obviously) you have 90% of the info this app provides. For this app to have access to and be able to share all your network connection info just to ping a site is criminal or Law enforcement. Either way, no 🙏🏿 If you’re looking to put in a web address and receive an IP address, the PIng app will work fine and you won’t have to share your personal info.
Eaves dropping stopper
This is an awesome app. If you want to hire a KGB agent to debug ur house that would be expensive. So install this app to find out how many bugs are infesting ur privacy and save a ton of money and time. It finds the WiFi connected spy cams and recorders. Take control of your privacy and install this app. Especially if you’re with a gas lighter or narcissistic person.
We have an older printer that seems to forget its location periodically. We mostly use this app to find where it is so we can configure the ports and print without running back and forth so many times. It’s also nice to make sure no one is using WiFi without our permission.
Not Worth It
This App doesn't do much except compromise your Personal Privacy. The App is in-bed with both Google & Microsoft (at least). If you don't mind giving your whereabouts and Ad Tracking away to Googs & MS, then have-at-it. Otherwise, don't bother as this App doesn't give you much info you probably don't already know. (I wanted to analyze wifi channels, but could not use this tool -so the smidgeon of data this App gives a user isn't worth the opportunity cost, imho). Good luck to Dev., this simply is not the App for me (nothing personal, u gotta make a buck). eff
Incredibly powerful and useful WLWLLSDŚ
Incredibly powerful and useful tools, all in one app.... high accuracy, no ISP / company BiAs... it’s only flaw (which is an Apple thing) apple doesn’t allow apps to obtain MAC addresses... I don’t mind tapping my DHCP routers / RG to obtain MACs which the app can still use just unable to self fetch them.... can do everything but alter your server or modem/gateway Mmmm
Does what it claims.
This app does an excellent job in doing exactly what it claims to do. It may take some knowledge on your part to interpret the data however. I was looking for unknown cameras, and unknown wi-fi networks. It's not going to pinpoint the location of a hidden camera or mic but it will give a detailed report of your network.
Not being knowledgeable about these things, this program has been extremely helpful when trying to see what’s going on with my home network. If I had more expertise I am sure it could be even more helpful.
Your WiFi Explained
The Net Analyzer app has all of the details you need when checking the information of your network. Very easy to use, and all of the key status items are listed. This is my go to for network analyzers.
Accurate and Easy
This app does exactly what it’s supposed to do every time I use it, and it gives me accurate information that is available simply by opening the app. It doesn’t get any easier than that!
Yes. Network Analyzer is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 3,386 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.5/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Network Analyzer Is 48.4/100.
Yes. Network Analyzer is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 3,386 Network Analyzer 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 Network Analyzer Is 48.4/100.
Network Analyzer 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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