Network Utility Pro 4+

Network tools made easy

Fausto Ristagno

    • 4.5 • 136 Ratings
    • $1.99



Keep under control your network with Network Utility, an user friendly set of network tools that will help you to analyze your LAN, and not only that.

A complete and easy to understand report of your device's network interfaces. In that tab you'll find information like the IP, IPv6, other addresses or the data usage statistics about your Wi-Fi, Internet or Cellular connection (if any).

Don't lose sight of your data usage, with four taps you'll have a data monitor configured and ready to use.
The following data usage plans' period are supported:
- Daily
- Weekly
- Monthly
- 28 days
- 30 days
- 90 days

Analyze your Wi-Fi with the LAN Scanner tool. Discovering who is connected to your network and Ping it, is a matter of two taps.
Easily manage custom subnets to scan only a portion of your LAN.

Ping a LAN device, Ping a server, ping whatever you want. IPv6 addresses are supported too and advanced options like packet size, timeouts, intervals, etc.. are available and easily configurable.
The results of your Ping are available numerically in the aggregated stats, graphically in the real time graph or listed, a row per ICMP response received.

Have you ever wondered where a server or any other IP is located? That's the tool for you, show the location on a map and get additional details like the ISP or the ASN in the details pane.

A DNS lookup utility made simple. A list clearly shows the result of your query and the advanced options allow you to customize your request from the type of query to the DNS server.

Find any information about a domain name and it's owner e.g. the status, creation date, registrant email and address and many more.

A no-frills textual DNS lookup utility.

Network Utility comes with an useful widget that brings network informations and the cellular data usage into your notification center, home screen e lock screen.

Every utility has an export button that allows you to export the result of your task to the File app, to the Notes app and many other apps or simply copy the raw textual result.

Network Utility is also available on the Mac App Store as Network Kit X, the same app but tuned to take advantage of macOS.
Start a tool on your iPhone/iPad a continue it on your Mac thanks to Handoff and Continuity.

!! N.B.
- Cellular data monitor is available only on iPhone or iPad with Cellular.
- LAN Scanner on iOS 11 and upper due to a limitation of the OS can't display the MAC address of the discovered devices. Hostname resolution is available only if you don't use an external DNS.
- Widgets on iOS 14 are updated only at scheduled intervals (e.g. every 5 minutes), so they can show outdated info. Open the app to get info updated in real time.

What’s New

Version 9.8.0

Added a new lockscreen widget: "Internet info"
Other small fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
136 Ratings

136 Ratings

@Ri∫ar ,

Excellent Support, Excellent Data

I have been using the app to troubleshoot network issues and explore VPN addresses, etc. It is a very useful network tool, a must have. Moreover, the developer is very responsive to any app related issues, I recommend contacting the developer with any questions or concerns, he is very attentive.

NotoriousB.O.B. ,


They’re one of those apps that play that cute game where they default on “My Location “ to “Ask” and the only way to access the screen to select “Never” is to turn on Location Services then come back. At that point you can get to the “Never” choice and choose it, but when you return to the previous screen, “Ask” is selected again. There is no way to get it to stay on “Never”. Is this important? Maybe not. Is blocking me from controlling my device important? H*!! yes it is! If you’re okay with it then no biggie I suppose. But for me, they can take their app and stick it in the rejects bin. Mark it a fail.

Dr Babaa ,


Layout is weak. Can’t rearrange items as the option suggests. Too much jumping around.
Network tools show no information except IP address of devices.

And as a utility it’s essentially not. All I really wanted is a widget that would show me what network I was connected to and from which I could change Wi-Fi networks from it or even bounce me to the settings where I can do it from there. But, no, it won’t do that either.

Developer Response ,

at this moment the LAN scanner tool can show device names only if you set your iPhone/iPad to use the default DNS server and not a public one.

Unfortunately, third-party apps can't change the Wi-Fi network you're currently connected to, and widgets can't open other apps (Including the Settings app).

App Privacy

The developer, Fausto Ristagno, 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

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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