The AR WiFi Map Scanner allows you to analyze the quality of your WiFi connection at your place by using augmented reality technology.

The application divides the space into points and measures the quality of the connection at these points. This technology shows you where your signal coverage is weak*. The application is designed to be easy to use by everyone. Your feedback is essential to us, so don't hesitate to write to us.

The app functionality is only available with a subscription.

*The signal quality may change over time.

What’s New

Version 1.8.1

Now you can try this app for free.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
193 Ratings

193 Ratings

EatingYourBassClarinet ,

Good but could use some features!

I would like to be able to adjust the sensitivity of the color map so I can get a more accurate reading of my apartment. Also, if possible it would be great to get upload and download speeds measured as well. If it were less expensive I would just take this app for what it is but at 6 dollars I would hope for a few more customization features to make the app useful.

latoga ,

Has promise…but still needs work

First, not a big fan of the “subscribe for free demo”…hesitates but did demo and unsubscribed immediately (that revenue model creates hesitation for users).

Does what is says, creates map of your house WiFi “coverage” using AR. But I don’t think a simple ping to the router is very accurate measurement method of your WiFi experience. Doesn’t even show you the name of router your measuring to in app (negative). Doesn’t allow you to see additional technical details of measurements (negative); someone who uses this will often want to understand this technical details. Nice that you can save a history (positive) but doesn’t let you name them to indicate what the map is from; like first floor, second floor, yard, etc. (negative). Maps don’t seem to be oriented to the compass; I’d expect north to always be at top of map (negative). Lots of times I got a white dot which I assume means I crossed through spot but it couldn’t take a measurement, key would be nice here (negative).

Again, has potential but may not reach it based on current revenue model.

Adventure 16 ,

Minimize your Wi-Fi obstructions

Not sure how latency impacts real-world usage, but I do like making a ‘heat map’ then moving some potential problem objects and checking again. I know metal objects impact RF, but should I move router away from metal lamp on table? Yes, I took metal lamp away and coverage improved. I had my cordless phone base station (still) about 3 feet away, should I move that? Yes, I removed it (permanently :-) and latency improved in some areas.
Without these visual tools and recorded files, it would be very difficult to make environmental improvements, so for that I give it 5 stars.
Yes, this app is a tool, not a software suite. It does nothing other than headline description, but I assume it’s early days and developers will be adding to it based on popularity and revenue.

App Privacy

The developer, Rastislav Cervenak, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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