With Spot Maps outdated network maps are a thing of the past. Build Live maps of your Network. Visualize your network with Spot Maps. Find network devices with Spot Maps and create a unique network map simply by dragging and dropping. Map your network floor by floor, visualize your server architecture, group all your entertainment devices and much more.
Find your network devices
Look up your network for available devices. Add custom settings for network services and scan for active devices. Spot Maps reflects our many years of experience developing network solutions for OS X.
Network Control Center
Make Spot Maps your interactive control center for everything network. Switch to Live mode to start monitoring your devices. Spot Maps indicates the state of your network devices visually in your maps. Find and access the services you need: open an SSH tunnel, start a screen sharing session, or pull up a config webpage – right from your map.
Manage your Smart Home
Find Smart Home, Internet of Things devices, Media Players, connected lights, wifi-enabled fridges and whatever else is on your home network. Add some organization to your digital household.
• Find devices on your network
• Create multiple maps of your network
• Drag and drop devices onto your network map
• Monitor device status with live mode
• Share and export network maps with colleagues
• Quick access to services on your network
• Save your Spot Maps documents in iCloud
Visit http://www.equinux.com/spotmaps for more information
Questions or comments? www.equinux.com/support
Thanks for checking out Spot Maps!
NEW Smart Home support
· Detecting of Amazon Echo, Echo Spot and Echo Show
· TP-Link WiFi Sockets HS-100, HS-110, HS-120
· HoneyWell Thermostats
· Tado° Thermostats
· Homematic CCU
NEW Smart TV detection
· TV from Samsung, Grundig, Philips and Sony
· a drawing issue with macOS High Sierra
Have fun with Spot Maps!
Your equinux Team
Ratings and Reviews
Nice concept and implementation, lacking in details
This is indeed a nice graphing app, but for the price I would have expected customizable fields for the “type of device.” (Unless the device is a piece of network equipment or a computer, you’re out of luck.) As it stands, it’s extremely uncustomizable and doesn’t help you with typical configurations you run into in a household, where you have devices with IP address changes.
This is worth $9, but certainly not $34. Complete rip-off.
I think this app has a lot of potential! Still has some glitches and doesn’t pick up all devices such as Xbox and some Microsoft PCs. Very cool for home use. We are now able to know when the kids are playing with iPods and iPads after bedtime! Be sure to hit “Save” a lot.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.