The 7 Best Free Android Apps for Network and Internet Information and Diagnostics


Today we present the 7 most easy-to-use, free Android apps that include the right tools you need to diagnose networks and find information on your network

PingTools Network Utilities


It is a useful set of powerful network program applications through which you can see basic information about your device's network with continuous monitoring of remote resources. It shows all the devices on your network, includes a network performance measurement and tuning tool, network speed measurement and port scanning. It also includes UPnP \ DLNA device scanning capabilities. Wi-Fi, DNS lookup and many more applications

Network utilities


The application contains a set of tools needed to diagnose computer networks. It includes tools about searching your network information that will show your external ip and detailed information about your internet connection, it also contains wifi analyzer and traffic statistics tool. 

IP discover will find all devices on the WiFi network IP range scanner (search hosts by IP range, allows filtering hosts by open ports). UPnP scanning and control (finding upnp devices on your network) and many other conveniences. These tools can be used effectively on WiFi networks. 

It allows launching multiple tools in different tabs at the same time and switching between them during work. The list of available tools is constantly expanding, and old utilities are gaining new capabilities.

NetX Network Tools


This is a quite practical application that will help you find all the devices connected to your network. It shows the most important information about each connected device, IP address, MAC address, vendor, NetBIOS name and domain. 

It can activate a remote device from your phone or tablet when you're connected via Wi-Fi or a data connection. Put a remote device to sleep or shut it down from your phone or tablet when you're connected via Wi-Fi or mobile data.

It displays, the version of the operating system installed on the remote device and loads all previously detected disabled devices on a network. 

You can also add a new network or device manually. It also shows information about the Wi-Fi connection (external IP, signal strength, download and upload speed, subnet mask, gateway and DNS), information about the mobile operator (external IP, signal strength, your download and upload speed, CID, LAC, MCC, MNC), finds the nearest Wi-Fis and displays their SSID, signal strength, channel and encryption if any

Network Scanner


The application will find all connected devices on your network or in a selected IP range that you specify. It can be used not only to find out who is using your WiFi but also to learn more about every device that connects to your network, even for professional tasks such as dynamic port scanning and the ability to filter hosts from open ports, allows finding a server of the required service on a selected network. IP Scanner supports 4 basic scanning modes. Also, you can manually select the IP range to scan your network.

PortDroid - Network Analysis Kit


PortDroid is a network analysis application that helps network administrators, as well as ordinary users, with various useful networking tools, such as: Port scan, local network device identification, ping, traceroute, Wake-On-Lan (WoL), DNS lookup , reverse IP lookup, Whois lookup, Port scanner, scan and IP for open TCP ports, will optionally use Banner Grabbing on each port to get more information or discover a web service

Banner grabbing is a technique used to obtain information about a computer system on a network and the services running on its open ports. Administrators can use it to log computers and services on their network

You can use it to get more information about your local network, such as to see who is connected to your wireless wifi network. It will identify all the devices on the same network and from here you can do further research and open the port scanner on any of the found devices.



It is a powerful, useful network tool that allows you to quickly diagnose any computer network problems, detect IP addresses, and check network performance with pings and DNS lookups. 

You can get IP information (external IP / Host, MAC, DNS, Gateway, server address, coordinates, etc.), it allows you to search general domains to find out the owner of a registered domain, through the Traceroute option, you track the path of the packets to the destination host from the server and with Ping you see how long it takes the data packets to arrive. 

It also includes the Port Scanner function that allows you to quickly find open ports on the running network, WiFi Explorer to see a list of all WiFi connections available near you, Lan Scanner that displays the list of connected devices on your networks (such as who uses my WiFi) and many more conveniences.

Network Analyzer


Network Analyzer can help you diagnose various problems when setting up your Wi-Fi network, connecting to the Internet, and also identify various problems on remote servers thanks to the wide range of tools it provides. 

It is equipped with a quick wifi device finder, including all LAN device addresses, manufacturers and names. In addition, Network Analyzer contains standard clean diagnostic tools such as ping, traceroute, port scanner, DNS lookup and Whois. 

Finally, it shows all neighboring Wi-Fi networks along with additional details such as signal strength, encryption and router manufacturer to discover the best channel for a wireless router. All work with both IPv4 and IPv6.


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