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Description

UniFi Network helps you set up and manage your UniFi Network devices, as well as enjoy full oversight and control of your network’s traffic, security, and wireless performance. Whether you’re administering a single network or remotely managing multiple sites, this app also allows you to:
• Easily set up and adopt new UniFi switches and access points.
• Create and customize wired and WiFi networks.
• Assess network traffic and client utilization in real time.
• Block unwanted network devices, set speed limits, and check connectivity information.
• View alerts that help you instantly triage network issues and identify instigating devices.
• Quickly scan rack-mounted UniFi devices with in-app augmented reality, distinguish connected devices, and troubleshoot performance issues.

What’s New

Version 7.2.1

• Add application auto update setting to Maintenance in System settings.

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Version 7.2.0:


NEW FEATURES

• Update device LED settings with ability to choose color and brightness. Only some devices support this feature.

• Add device screen settings. Only some devices support this feature.

• Add history to device detail.


IMPROVEMENTS

• Update notifications, add ability to manually mark notifications as read by swiping right.

• Update setup wizard.

• Remake device custom upgrade screen.

• Improve error messages and error handling.

• Update and tweak various UI elements.

• Improve stability.


FIXES

• Fix issue where notifications wouldn't load on some self-hosted consoles.

• Fix an issue where app wouldn't launch on M1 Macs.

• Fix some UI issues.

• Fix various other issues.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
6.1K Ratings

6.1K Ratings

PDX-1 ,

App is a nice companion but not a browser replacement

As is the case with every networking vendor I work with, supplemental mobile app support is treated as a secondary effort to their main management thick client or browser based interface. I’ve always believed this is an area where a vendor could really set themselves apart from the average crowd. Evidently it is not embraced as a strong enough competitive differentiator to warrant a rise above mediocrity. Meaning, no one in Ubiquiti sales management, or product management, believes a purchase decision will be swayed based on the merits of equal iOS app support to that of the browser.

Having said that, Ubiquiti has done a very nice job including the necessary essentials in their Unify iOS app support. I’ve found the interface intuitive, well secured w/ 2FA, and an extremely convenient alternative to my laptop for many things. When I can ditch my laptop completely, that will be a 5 star day. Not holding my breath but I remain optimistic. My last comment that hopefully someone at Ubiquiti will read.... “Thank you a million times over for finally adding upnp configuration support to the web client interface!” Keep up the good work.

MusicManReview ,

Pretty good app, but please improve.

Generally this app has a large degree of functionally regarding setup and control of your UniFi hardware. However, the appeal has exceeded the actual usefulness for me. Things that should be easy like searching for new access points or switches worked zero percent of the time. I had to go back to the desktop PC and web interface to made the new hardware adding process work. Likewise, something simple like adding your DNS servers (say openDNS) is not easy or intuitive. Much of the functionality is hidden under layers and layers of options, which is a undesirable thing when you have a mobile device as your user interface. I also feel like the screenshots for the app tend to appear very useful, for example monitoring specific traffic to social media sites, but in truth there is very limited access to this type of information through the app. In all fairness, I am not a network professional, which appears to be the demographic ubiquiti is catering to, but there is an expectation when you put some thing out on the Apple store, that it will be easy for your typical consumer to use. Networking is black magic and someways, so this is a very difficult task for the developer. My advice would be to consider less technical users when you develop your smart phone applications becauseI think these are the folks that will use these applications, unlike the IT professionals who prefer the desktop web based interface.

ben.berding ,

One step forward, two back

I am really happy to see an update and it all seems to work really well! It’s still miss several features, but I know they’re coming!

The problem I actually have are the colors. They are very bright and hard on the eyes, and I’m young. Maybe it’s the OLED screen on the X, but I think they are too bold in general. They just need to be a little softer. I do like the definition between the colors though. I love the new icons/tabs at the bottom of the screen. They look really slick.

I know this is also very nitpicky, but I really, really, dislike the new app icon; of a UniFi AP. UniFi is so much more that Access Points at this point, it’s an entire ecosystem and network. I really don’t think having an Access Point as the icon is appropriate and I just don’t want to click on it. It makes me cringe. Maybe it’s because it looks too much like a weird button? I’m fine if you want to update the icon (it needed it), but I really wish it would be reflective of the whole product line. The old icon was great. Maybe just some fresh colors and make it flatter. Less is more now a days, which I feel is how the app is headed, which I like, aside from that icon. Please, please, change it. Maybe a picture of a network jack? I don’t know, but not an access point that is so nondescript, that it looks like somebody’s poor implementation of a button.

App Privacy

The developer, Ubiquiti 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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