NetSpot WiFi Analyzer 4+

WiFi Heat Map & Speed Test

Etwok Inc

    • $8.99



WiFi heatmapper, analyzer, and Internet speed test app. No extra hardware!

NetSpot 3 brings powerful WiFi site surveys to iPhone and iPad users. Internet speed test built right in. Build realistic WiFi heatmaps right on your iOS or iPadOS device in minutes, without additional expensive hardware! Analyze and troubleshoot your wireless networks with color-coded highly visual heatmaps that are very simple to create and interpret.

NetSpot, famous for its versatile network tools with millions of business and home users across all platforms, is the only WiFi scanner app with heatmap visualizations. Effortlessly manage your Wi-Fi survey projects by organizing them into zones and multiple snapshots for each area. Flexible configuration settings let you customize the look and feel of your WiFi map and choose the desired gradient to properly highlight areas with high WiFi speed and stable connection, or low WiFi signal that may require some fine-tuning.

NetSpot’s WiFi speedtest is a great one-tap solution to verify and track performance of your wireless setups over time.


* WiFi analyzer - diagnoze your wireless networks and connection speed
* WiFi scanner - collect and visualize your WiFi data
* WiFi tester - check your Internet speed and record your historical results
* WiFi mapper - conduct active WiFi site surveys for connected networks
* WiFi troubleshooting app

NetSpot WiFi heat mapper is fast, accurate and extremely simple. It helps you see the true coverage of your WiFi like never before, regardless of your mesh or no-mesh configuration, security settings, interfering networks or other factors. Every time you use NetSpot internet speed meter for WiFi site surveys, it delivers reliable interactive heatmaps that are easy to analyze.


* WiFi network setup verification
* WiFi signal and speed test
* Creating WiFi heat map to detect areas of weak signal
* Extending WiFi coverage and more

What’s New

Version 3.0.114

· Heatmaps can be exported as images
· Minor improvements of interface
· Subtle bug fixes throughout the app

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

jbroo7 ,

Not NetSpot’s Fault

Apple, in the interest of privacy and security, has locked down everything; the ability to scan surrounding networks and map signal strength and channels being one of them.

On the one hand it’s ridiculous that can’t be done on my phone, on the other hand, unrelated apps tracking this info may have gotten too much and I appreciate the extra security precautions/restrictions Apple has placed on IOS.

So, I can’t rate this app a low score for requiring a separate USB device to do something with the iPhone that would normally use iPhone hardware.

Note: I’m not affiliated with NetSpot developers

James Kropa ,

App helps to build wifi heatmaps and measure wifi internet speed, works well, but limited…

I did not expect they would do that, but they did. For a long time, this app had a 1-star rating because to use it, you had to buy an additional, expensive hardware device. But with this release, they somehow managed to visualize WiFi and create heat maps using just an iPhone, and it's really free. What I didn't like is that the app looks like a beta version, not a full-featured release. It lacks any settings and offers just two features: WiFi Internet Speed Test and WiFi HeatMaps. So, don't expect to deal with a full-featured WiFi Analyzer. But overall, I would say it deserves a 5-star rating

JaimeChinook ,

No instructions; can’t get to work

First, there are no instructions. If you’re going to have an app the functions on intuitive steps, the steps need to be intuitive.

I set up a project, imported a map, defined distance and took the first reading. Then moved to a second point. The locator moved automatically and I got a 2nd reading. But when I moved to a third point, the indicator did not follow. “Scan” was non-functional. I manually moved the map so the new point (why did I have to do that and not for the 2nd point?). Still no functional scan. After multiple tries, finally a message appeared saying no signal. But I did have a signal (both WiFi and cellular). Tried all this again. Same result. No idea what to do. Gave up….

App Privacy

The developer, Etwok Inc, 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

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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