|App Name||IP Tools MOD|
|Get it On||PlayStore|
IP Tools — Ultimate Network Tools & WiFi Scanner. Ping, DNS, ISP, IP tracker
IP Tools: WiFi Analyzer is a powerful network tools for boost, speed up and setup networks. Helps to quickly detecting any computer network problems, ip address and boosting wifi and mobile connection performance. This is a must-have app for all home WiFi users, IT experts and network router administrators.
The app combines the most popular network utilities usually found on your desktop PC. Tools will help you fix a problem with network signal strength, wifi router or optimize the network connection in home network when you are hundreds of miles away. You also can turn on or reboot devices in home or corporate network with Wake on LAN feature.
IP Tools has a simple interface, so you can receive within seconds full information about your network, find out local, internal or external ip address (with my ip), SSID, BSSID, dns, ping time, wifi speed, signal, broadcast address, gateway, network mask, country, region, city, isp provider’s geographical coordinates (latitude and longitude), whois, netstat and other basic information.
The IP Tools app provides access to the most popular network utilities that administrators and users often use on their computers.
• WiFi & LAN Scanner
• Port Scanner
• DNS Lookup
• Whois - Provides information about a website and its owner
• Router Setup Page and router admin tool
• WiFi Analyzer
• IP address with "my ip" feature
• Connection Log
• IP Calculator
• IP & Host Converter
• Network statistics (netstat)
• And so much more...
WiFi analyzer will help you get full and clear picture of your network state, check wifi speed. With IP Tools, analysis and optimization are fast, easy and friendly. The app’s benefits go far beyond the above list. Download IP Tools and boost your network today!
ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION & ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION
NEEDS для WiFi network Analyzer and SSID detection.
It's Android OS requirement.
IP Tools 8.36
● Fixes for purchases restore
● Fixed default networks