Fing - Network Scanner
Description of App
Fing has helped 35 million user worldwide to understand:
• Who's on my WiFi
• Is someone stealing my WiFi and broadband?
• Have I've been hacked? Is my network secure?
• Are there hidden cameras in the B&B I'm staying in?
• Why Netflix has started buffering?
• Is my internet provider giving me the speed I pay for?
Fing is the #1 Network Scanner: discovers all the devices connected to your WiFi and identifies them, with our patented technology used also by router manufacturers and antivirus companies worldwide.
With Fing App’s free tools and utilities help you:
• Scan networks with Fing’s Wi-Fi & LAN network scanner and discover all devices connected to any network
• Get the most accurate device recognition of IP address, MAC address, device name, model, vendor and manufacturer
• Run WiFi and Cellular internet speed tests, download speed and upload speed analysis and latency
• Browse internet outages in your area, ISP ratings, reviews and speed statistics
• Advanced device analysis of NetBIOS, UPnP, SNMP and Bonjour names, properties and device types
• Includes port scanning, device ping, traceroute and DNS lookup
• Receive network security and device alerts to your phone and email
Add Fingbox to unlock advanced network protection and smart home troubleshooting features:
• Know who’s home while you’re not there with Digital Presence
• See devices near your home with Digital Fence
• Block intruders and unknown devices automatically before they join your network
• Set parental control features to schedule screen time and pause internet access
• Analyze bandwidth usage by device
• Find Wi-Fi sweet spots
• Automate network speed tests and get reports for benchmarking ISP performance
• Secure your home network with opened port detection and network vulnerability analysis
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Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
fully accessible the only thing I haven't figured out, is there is a slider next to the wake on lan option and I haven't worked out what that does yet. There is also a button when you tap on devices, this is labelled as ic generic when you first see it, tapping on this button allows you to set icons to identify what a device is, this button changes depending on what icon you have selected, for example laptop, tablet etc, it is called generic at first because this is the default icon for devices unless the user changes them.
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This is a really cool app. Anyone know what happens if you delete an item from the list does it remove it from the network or just hide it?
After the update released today this app is now completely unusable. Most buttons are unlabeled, and every item in the list of devices is blank.
I have contacted the developer and outlined the issues for VoiceOver users.
On the Devices Tab from the top left the first unlabelled button refreshes the device list. The second unlabelled button appears to b the Account and Settings button.
Once in the devices list swiping right then left will cause VoiceOver to try and get the label of an item. So you will get the announcement “Has Possible Text” followed by the devices’s label. This is far from ideal and I await further developments.
Apologies for having missed that. It seems that a standard component of iOS (Stack View) is not automatically forwarding the accessibility hints to the components it contains. We're replacing the behaviour in the critical places so the VoiceOver shall be restored in the next release.
That was fixed quickly: The main screen listing all the network devices is accessible again. I find howeever that other parts, like the Digital Fence, still need some accessibility work.
Just let them know. They have been great at fixing things quickly!