The internet has become a part of our lives all these days with the increased usage of smartphones from the past few years. But having a WiFi network in your home or office place definitely requires some care and maintenance. You should be aware of the devices connected to your network and that process should be easy and doesn’t want you to log in through the main computer every time you wish to do that.
There are actually some Android applications that can help you with this task. Using them you can check the number of connected devices right from your Android smartphone. Let us now check a few such applications.
Fing – Network Tools:
This app is available to download for free in the Google Playstore. Simply download and install the application and launch it. And remember you should be connected to the WiFi network which you would like to scan for the connected devices. Now scan for the devices connected. It will then show you the list of devices that are being connected to the same network and you can know the details by tapping on each device from the list. You can even check the Mac address of the device which you can use for blocking it on your router. Fing – Network Tools can thus be a great choice for you.
You can simply download and install the app WiFi Inspector from the Android playstore. It will show you the network, just tap on Inspect network option. It will scan and show you the entire list of devices that are connected to the network.
Just like the previous two applications, you can simply download and install the application from the Google Playstore. Then just launch it. Make sure you are connected to the network, which you would like to check the connected devices. It will show you a message saying that your device is not rooted, just tap Ok. Now under the Option tab, just enable Fast Scan Now tap the refresh icon on the home page, then you can see the list of devices that are connected to your network.