The ASUS Router app unlocks the power to manage your network in just a few taps whenever you want, wherever you go. We are aiming to provide the best Wi-Fi and Internet-surfing experiences you have ever had with these comprehensive features.
1. Router Monitoring and Remote Management
2. AiMesh 2.0 Network Topology
3. Client Device Management
-Block Internet access
-Customizable device icon and nickname
4. More Features
- Firmware Update
- Parental Controls
- Network security scan
- Router setting backup
- IP Binding
- WOL (Wake-on-LAN)
- Port forwarding (RT models)/ OpenNAT (ROG Models)
- Schedule Reboot
- USB Ejection
- ASUS Notice
ASUS Router app supports the following routers.
- All ZenWiFi line up
- All 802.11ax line up
- All ROG Rapture line up
- All TUF Gaming line up
- Selected DSL routers
- Lyra/Lyra mini/Lyra Trio/Lyra Voice (needs to be at least 22.214.171.124.384 version)
- Blue Cave
- RT-AC1750 B1
- RT-AC66U B1
- RT-AC1300UHP/ G+
- RT-AC1200G/HP/G+/ E/ GU
- RT-AC52U B1
- RT-AC51U/ U+
- RT-N12E B1/C1
- RT-N12HP B1
- RT-N12VP B1
- RT-N12+ B1
*ASUS Router App does not support the following models:
DSL-AC88U, DSL-AC88U-B, DSL-AC3100, DSL-AC87VG, DSL-AC68VG, DSL-N55U_A1, DSL-N55U_B1, DSL-N10_B1, DSL_N12U_B1, DSL-N10S_B, DSL-N10S
New features are consistently being added.
Get excited for the ASUS Router App!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Useful, but with rough edges, and I’m not getting a strong feeling of commitment from Asus to fix it
I run this on my iPhone and have an RT-AX55 router. I can access a lot of useful functionality from this app. However, there are a few issues that are problematic. For example, if you try and assign devices to users, you won’t get very far before you see an error: “Notice! Maximum 16 clients”. What does this mean? There is no explanation or workaround. If you assign more than 19 devices to 3 users, the system simply prevents you from doing any more with this error. It’s not clear what “16” is referring to. For anyone with more than a handful of devices or more than just 1 child in their home, this feature is currently useless.
Some otherwise clunky UI makes this app nice but not necessary: almost all deep customization you have to do from a browser, anyway.
Is this app awful? No. But it’s got some rough edges and it’s not clear that the company is putting much effort into improving it.
New design is poor/buggy
Since the design update for this app, which I think was intended to make aiMesh more prevalent, I have reduced my rating from for stars to one star. The changes make it difficult to locate familiar features since many of them are just icons with no text. It took me at least 15 minutes to find the features I used the most in the old app like reboot which is now well hidden. In addition I cannot see the RAM/CPU utilization in one nice display on the main screen, you are now forced to go through a series of menus to get to a CPU or RAM use displays but no combined display like the app offered previously. Moving between the CPU/RAM/Home screens is now very cumbersome,. In the old design I could reboot and then quickly and easily monitor my devices, CPU, and RAM utilization? The new app makes this difficult and it seems like there is a bug in the connected devices count because I have to switch between screens to get an updated count.
Considering these issues that most affected my app use plus several others that I haven't mentioned my opinion is this new UI is far worse than the old one. If they could just fix the connected devices but and put a way to see the old style combined CPU/RAM display back on the main screen it would raise my star rating to near four stars.
Developer Response ,
Hi, would you please provide your router's model name and firmware version? I will check it soon.
Awesome app; parental controls request...
First off - This app works great! I am able to monitor my network from anywhere: home, work, the gym, etc. it also gives visibility to the new AiMesh features and shows which devices are connected to the mesh nodes and which are connected to the main router. The parental controls “family” feature allows me to group a kid’s devices and enable/disable network access with one action. I can also setup schedules for each device or group of devices.
Now for the feature request: In the Family feature, I would like to have the ability to override the schedule and enable/disable internet for a kid without erasing the existing schedules for those devices. It would work kind of like my thermostat- when I come home early I can turn up the heat manually but then the schedule still is in operation and will set the temp back at night. Also, it would be nice to be able to enable internet for a kid for a set time period. I.e. A two hour block.
Anyway, this is a great app and leads the industry. Keep up the great work!
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- 141.4 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.