WiFiman is here to save your home or office network from sluggish surfing, endless buffering, and congested data channels. With this free-to-use (and ad-free) app you can:
- Detect and connect to all available Wi-Fi networks devices instantly.
- Scan network subnet for details on available devices, using Bonjour, SNMP, NetBIOS, and Ubiquiti discovery protocols.
- Conduct download/upload speed tests, store results, compare network performance, and share your insights with others.
- Relocate your access points (APs) to nearby data channels to instantly increase signal strength and reduce traffic volume.
- Connect remotely to your UniFi network via Teleport VPN.
- Bug-Fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Signal Mapper / Other Functions
For those not seeing the signal mapper or possibly other functions. Yesterday I switched UDM Pro from the new interface to the original interface. By doing so, today I lost some functionality of WiFiman. Signal mapper was one of them. I realized that maybe the interface needs to be in the new interface along with the WiFiman toggle turned on. So, today I switched the UDM Pro back to the new interface making sure the WiFiman toggle was on. Still no full functionality to WiFiman. Then I did a restart of the UDM Pro. Now I have the full functionality of WiFiman.
Basic but good
I have a smaller Ubiquiti setup. 2 unifi APs and 1 edgerouter. I like the built in speed testing as well as the widget. I really wish there were more options within the network discovery though. At any given point I have ~25 devices on my network and seeing just an IP address with the name “Generic” does not give me any clue what the device is. I would have to either go to the Unifi app or into my router to see what is what. I realize it would be impossible for the scan to know exactly what to name the devices but at least let us configure aliases manually. Also the ability like others have pointed out to be able to open a browser to the desired scanned port.
Inaccurate speed test
The speed test regularly shows higher bandwidth than you actually have. WiFiman reports 32Mb up and down on a connection that is 30/30. It shows 26Mb on a 24Mb pipeline. It may not seem like a big deal to most of you but inaccuracy is inexcusable. The Net Analyzer app has a much better speed test which matches results from wired speed test. This and the OOkla speed test apps are both off and inaccurate.
The IP scanner is meh. There are 10 other network apps that do the same thing. Plus, half the time devices will show up as “generic” even when I am actively using them while running a scan (e.g. my iPad Pro always shows up as “generic”).
PS - I use Ubiquiti at home and at businesses that I serve. I am a fan of their products but this app is pointless IMO. It offers nothing that other apps already do better.
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