No.1 Scanner Utility for Bluetooth Low Energy Scanner & Peripheral, iBeacon Scanner and advertiser and Eddystone Scanner for UID, TLM, URL beacon format.
BLE Scanner was developed with a vision to help Bluetooth community, developers who wants to build BLE products & applications.
BLE Scanner is used by not only developers but also users are using it to find their lost Fitness Trackers and other Bluetooth Smart Devices.
Main Features BLE Scanner
# Scan near by Bluetooth Low Energy, iBeacon and Eddystone devices.
# Added Peripheral (Advertising) Mode and make clone of connected central.
# Create your custom peripheral, Add custom services & characteristics.
# Advertise your phone as virtual peripheral device using standard SIG profile and custom cloned devices.
# Customize Eddystone configuration for UID, URI and TLM.
# Filter devices by Name and RSSI.
# History of all devices discovered. Find out which device was discovered when with discovery Time.
# Delete History options in history tab.
# RSSI Pool helps to find out how far your devices are. Lower the number the closer you are to the source i.e. -25 very near and -80 is far from your BLE devices.
# Favorites your devices.
# Explore Services & Characteristics of connected device.
# Perform Read, Write, Notify & Indicate.
# Check device compatibility for BLE.
iBeacon™ is copyright by Apple.
Eddystone™ is copyright by Google.
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added new functionalities and UI Updates, and minor bug fixing.
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It shows nearby devices and guesses at their range by relative signal strength. If it would do that from different locations to triangulate, it could display an approximate 2d map.
I like that it shows some of the device names.
I found my white headphone in the snow
So I was shoveling my snowy driveway with my white wireless earbuds and I dropped one and couldn’t find it. I didn’t know there were apps that can search for Bluetooth devices. I’m glad I tried this instead of giving up finding it. Luckily I knew the general area I lost it. I managed to find it after ten minutes. I just followed the numbers until it didn’t get any lower and then put my phone towards the ground and looked for the connection bars to go up to at least 4 bars. Then I just dug around until I found it. If you lost a Bluetooth device just try the app it’s free. It’s better than buying a new pair of headphones.
I thought that I might’ve been able to connect my Nintendo wii controller to my iPhone to play some games with it. as it worked on my chromebook and kindle so I thought, hey why not iOS! However as it turns out iOS isn’t compatible with these controllers which I found rather odd the battery’s where new and these controllers certainly weren’t broken. So this is the part where I used the app to see if it’s just me or if the IPhone doesn’t support it. obviously it didn’t work, otherwise I wouldn’t be here, but I’m Sure this will work with your AirPods and headsets, it doesn’t work with a simple controller.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.