FING Network Tools Android App Review

| January 30, 2017

FING Network Tools for Android is one of the top ranked, elegant and super-fast network scanner doing the rounds on the Android market. Developed by Domotz, the app has fetched an impressive rating of 4.6 and more than 5 million of installations since its inception on the Google Play Store. Being a free application, it has fetched accolades from millions of professionals across the globe.


FING Network Tools Android app provides a simple and clean user interface. The primary function of the application is to scan and discover all the devices on the same network that it’s running on. Once after successful installation, the launch of the app is very quick as it doesn’t automatically scan the network. The app provides a list of devices which are connected to the Wi-Fi network to map the devices and detect the intruders for sealing a network secure. Apart from this, it works well in troubleshooting of network problems and provides outstanding network performance.

FING Network Tools Android App Review

FING Network Tools for Android has secured a well renowned name in reporting the default gateway which is the IP address of the router, the mac address of the router as BSSID, the ISP from which router is connected and the geographical location. The only snag of the app is its ability to report a single DNS server IP address even on the network configured to use multiple DNS servers. The app makes use of WPA encryption to let users remember only a single password for the entire network. The other peculiar features include network monitoring, subnet scanning, port scanning and advanced analysis of UPNP and NetBIOS. The app is a free download and provides no annoying marketing advertisements.

Final Thoughts

FING is compatible with Android versions 4.1 or higher. It works smoothly on both Smartphone and tablets. If you are looking for a wireless network discovery and audit tool, then Fing is the best to suit your purpose. Secure a free copy of this from Google Play Store to ward off invaders from your networks.


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