iNet - probably the best network scanner for iOS since 2009. Made in Germany.
This easy to use App outlines a computer network even to the unexperienced user. Which devices are connected to a network? Are they online? Which services do they provide? Does somebody use my wifi network without my knowledge? These and other questions answers iNet fast and simple.iNet - explore your network - now for iPad! Find out about security risks and keep your network under control.
Since 2009 Net constantly got an average user ranking of 4,5 stars. With our regularly updates we could adopt all the great changes and enhancements of the iPhone operating system. Now the BananaGlue Team introduces iNet for iPad - iNet optimized for the capabilities of the iPad.The user interface and parts of the code base have been rewritten from ground up. User friendly, easy to use, fast, with the proofed reliability of iNet Pro - Network Scanner for iPhone.
[Fixed] Possible crash if no timeout value was set in Portscan section
[Added] Some images for the icon chooser
[Updated] All databases
Stay healthy and have a good time. Greetings from BananaGlue.
Ratings and Reviews
Fast and efficient
INet's scanner is both fast and detailed. Performs well and provides a good deal of configuration, and options for saving past scans and understanding what is connected to your network. Great customer service as well. Only things I would add, are ability to use your own images/graphics for network device types, and the ability to do basic network operations such as trace, Netstat, nslookup, ifconfig, etc.... Also nice would be wifi strength and Speedtest tools. After all, what's a network tool without the ability to test the strength and speed from different spots on your LAN.
Unusable in portrait mode
Take a look at the screenshots. Notice anything? None of them are in portrait mode. That’s right, if you want to use this app you have to disable the orientation lock, because it’s barely usable otherwise. When in portrait mode there are huge portions of the interface that simply cannot be accessed on the right side of the screen.
New bug? Hardly. It’s been this way for at least two years, I believe after they did a major UI facelift. I emailed them twice but no one could be bothered to respond.
WOL will not accept a MAC address input based on what Windows shows the MAC address to be. INet calls it an invalid MAC address but I am clearly looking at the MAC address on the PC in question. INet did not “see” the device based on its IP address. I had to input manually the IP address shown by Windows to register the device in the list maintained by INet. INet accepted that IP address and properly showed the device status online or offline. What is preventing me from entering the MAC address manually and having INet recognize it as valid?
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- BananaGlue GmbH
- 143.7 MB
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
English, German, Japanese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © BananaGlue
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.