Fing, the top ranking, completely free and super-fast network scanner, that’s used by millions of homes and professionals around the world.
Discover which devices are connected to any Wi-Fi network, map devices, detect intruders, assess network security risks, troubleshoot network problems and achieve best network performance, with the world’s most popular network toolkit.
With more than a dozen free network tools including; Wi-Fi scanner, port scanner, DNS lookup, ping and service monitoring – Fing is a must-have network utility.
Help Fing get smarter – by discovering new devices, you are helping improve Fing’s ability to identify their make and model thanks to our new algorithms
Fing network utilities include:
+ Wi-Fi/LAN scanner: discover all devices connected to any network
+ Full device details including IP address, MAC address, Device Name, Vendor, Device Manufacturer and more
+ Advanced analysis of NetBIOS, UPNP and Bonjour names, properties and device types
+ Inventory of devices and networks
+ Internet connectivity checker
+ ISP analysis and location
+ Subnet scanner
+ Port scanner: TCP port scanning that automatically finds open ports and available services
+ Ping and traceroute: for network quality measurement
+ WOL: remotely wake up devices
+ DNS Lookup and reverse DNS lookup
+ Connect to ports (Browser, SSH, FTP)
+ Network intruder detection
+ Network monitoring: device online and offline tracking
+ Supports device identification by IP address for bridged networks
Together with its add-on Fingbox hardware, you may also:
+ Block devices and pause Internet connection
+ Analyze the usage of bandwidth
+ Find the Wi-Fi Sweet Spot
+ Verify your Internet Speed
+ Troubleshoot your Internet connection
+ Monitor the Digital Presence on your network
+ Protect your network with a wireless Digital Fence that continuously watches over Wi-Fi devices around you.
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Ratings and Reviews
Fing you very much!
The good stuff for consumers. Of course, Apple is doing everything they can to lock down control of the iPhone/iPad and make it a mysterious black box to which only they have a full set of keys to unlock all the doors. Like life itself, the tighter you hold on and try to maintain control over every small detail, the more likely that something you never could have anticipated will blow all your carefully laid plans and schemes to smithereens. So here's an opportunity to help protect yourself from Apple's folly, as well as an opportunity to snatch back a little bit of power from Apple by having better visibility into some of the things your SPYPhone, erm, I mean, iPhone and iPad get up to on your network. Apple wants you to believe that they'll guard your data and identity as zealously as ou would yourself. If you believe that there's a bridge for sale in Brooklyn, you should check into it. Apple has methodically neutered any sort of app that provides info about running processes, etc. on the SPYPhone/SPYPad. They've already restricted apps like Fing from reading and using the SPYPhone/SPYPad MAC ADDRESS (and apps like Fing! have an entirely legitimate reason to access to access that info). Who knows what they'll try to lock Fing! out of next. Get Fing! now while it still contains useful functionality.
Five stars for the developer, 1 star for limitations
I’ve enjoyed Fing for quite sometime, I own two of them. One for the office and one for the home. Granular control over devices in real-time has been great for dealing teenagers and excessive internet use at home. In the office, it allows me to provide clients a level of access they need and that I feel comfortable providing. In this last update, I find the UI much more limited and far less useful. I get the feeling from reading about Apple’s security concerns for its services trumping the security interests of its users is forcing developers to cater to ensuring we (users) cannot peer behind the curtain and further, that we cannot interfere with those services by cutting off the data feed. If possible, fing, please look to the previous iteration of the app and either build some of those functions into the web app or place them back in the iOS app.
FING WAS GREAT- until IOS11
I paid for this due to actual security concerns within the confines of my home. I live with someone I do not feel is a person living on just one side of the law. I cannot leave yet but feel as if there’s someone or some entity that he must have tethered to our WiFi. I know this by running other checks and finding things that make no sense. The FING app was helping me keep track of what was connecting and what it was. As well as when etc. It was helping my peace of mind a little. Now .. I can’t see squat. By reading a previous review .. I see that this is not the developers fault but the company that produces my phone. So I give it 4 stars when it was allowed to do its job. Sometimes our security issues aren’t always strangers. This app was helping me keep track of the bad guy that lives here. I’m not tech smart with IP security and such. I wish I were. But this had helped a bit.
- Fing Limited
- 54.5 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Fing Limited
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.