Wi-Fi Monitor for Android Shows Wi-Fi Networks Info

After paying a lot of money for my fiber internet connection, I found out how slow it was when I tried to download a file. The download was taking too much time. So when I investigated, turns out that more than 16 devices were connected to my Wi-Fi network and some of them were downloading profusely.

Many times a slow internet connection can be the cause of too many devices connected to your network. All of your family members and their friends could be slowing it down. But now you can keep a close eye on what is happening on your Wi-Fi networks using the Wi-Fi Monitor app for Android.

This app can show you details about the Wi-Fi connection, available networks, connected devices etc. You can see the general information about the Wi-Fi network to which your Android mobile is connected. It displays the IPv4 address, IPv6 address, DHCP status, DNS servers assigned, and information about the Wi-Fi features.

Wi-Fi Monitor for Android

It shows the basic details about all the available Wi-Fi networks in your surroundings. These details include signal strength, frequency used (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz), frequency channel, frequency channel width, wireless  security protocol used,  MAC address and the manufacturer of the device.

It also displays the entire Wi-Fi network scene on a chart. All the Wi-Fi networks are shown with their channel number, channel width and the signal strength.

The app puts you in full control of the Wi-Fi networks in your neighborhood. The app shows a brief summary about which devices are connected to your WiFi network. From displaying device IP addresses to signal strength and transmission speed, the Android app provides a comprehensive overview of your network landscape. We can use the information to make our networks perform better have a tighter security.

You can get the Wi-Fi Monitor app for Android from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.andr7e.wifimonitor.