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About WiFiman: Find nearby WiFi APs and run speed test

WiFiman is here to save your home or office network from sluggish surfing, endless buffering, and congested data channels. With this free-to-use (and ad-free) app you can:

* Detect all available Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth LE devices instantly.
* Scan network subnet for details on available devices, using Bonjour, SNMP, NetBIOS, and Ubiquiti discovery protocols.
* Conduct download/upload speed tests, store results, compare network performance, and share your insights with others.
* Relocate your access points (APs) to nearby data channels to instantly increase signal strength and reduce traffic volume.

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Perfect app 😊
Zneimarh IbrahIm
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Quick easy and comprehensive. Use it for all my site surveys....
Stephen Sikora
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After 13-nov update, function is great as it used to be.
Cesar Lailson