Fing- Network Scanner reviews and identifies all other bias connected to the Wi-Fi network you are using, and lets you make notes about them. Keep track of who is connected when, and troubleshoot problems, all from this accessible program.
Quick and terse This app takes veritably little time to check for bias and bring up a list of those presently connected. Through this list, you can view details of these bias and add your own names or notes for them so you know at a regard what they’re in the future.
No help There’s no Help point in this app, so you have to find your way around on your own. Druggies without a lot of specialized knowledge might find that this makes it hard to decrypt some of the information the app provides and to pierce all of its features.
Unclear interface Without a Help point or any Tips to guide you as you begin to work with this app, the interface can be a little confusing. Since there are not too numerous features, you will find your way around ultimately, but the controls are not incontinently intuitive, so you have to just go through and tap each of them to see what they do before you can really take advantage of all the program offers.
A many bugs Sometimes during testing, we wound up on a screen with no option to go back to the former one or the main menu. In order to continue using the app, we had to close it and renew it, which was a little inconvenient.