WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter APK

Version 5.9.4 - ua.com.wifisolutions.wifiheatmap

Create your actual WiFi coverage Heat Map! Real-time network monitor

WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter apk

APP Information

Download Version 5.9.4 (133)
Apk Size7.65 MB
App DeveloperWi-Fi Solutions
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packageua.com.wifisolutions.wifiheatmap.apk
Website http://www.wifisolutions.com.ua

Download WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter 5.9.4 APK

App Description

WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter is wifisolutions,wifiheatmap,communication,wifi,heatmap, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.33 by 3 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Wi-Fi Solutions website who developed it. ua.com.wifisolutions.wifiheatmap.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 5.9.4 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 5656+ times on store. You can also download ua.com.wifisolutions.wifiheatmap APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

You should have your floor-plan - image file accepted to work on it, take photo of a paper copy, or if you don`t - Built-in basic plan constructor included. Easily share your result by one click.
★ Signal coverage map. Poor signal means lower quality
★ Connection speed map. Indicates your wireless network throughput
★ Frequency channel map. If more than one AP is used, you can see to which you are connected to
★ Connection to best access point (AP) map. If network (AP) with better signal is available you will see it on map
★ Interfering networks map. Scans radio spectrum for third-party networks that may dramatically reduce your network quality
★ Network quality map. Real-time response from WiFi router - gateway ping
Auto-collect data using GPS. Export collected data to Google Earth *.kml or inline *.csv
Available on main-screen includes all listed in map-description and extra:
★ Real-time signal & speed graphs
★ Wi-Fi equipment vendor detection
★ IP-information
★ Network quality: Local network & Internet separately, with real-time graphs
1. Check if you are connected to WiFi
2. Upload floor-plan
3. Set scale by moving markers and selecting distance between them
4. Put cursor to your location on map and press "Mark" button
5. Move to another location - at least for couple of steps and repeat previous step
6. Analyse your measuring 

App ChangeLog

  • Stability improvements

App Screens

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  1. Gary Welch-avatar

    Gary Welch

    Kind of annoying that the color scale is backwards. 1Mbps is good, 1000Mbps is bad. -80db I green (good) -50 is red.... Would be neat to see the name of interfering networks, not just count. Over all a decent attempt, but not great.

  2. Michael Lenahan-avatar

    Michael Lenahan

    Outdoor mapping doesn't seem to work. I have mapped several times but it wont seem to save the map in the app. And the only way it exports is as a spreadsheet which negates the point of a map.

  3. Kris Graham-avatar

    Kris Graham

    Do not even attempt to use the drawing feature to create your floorplan. It is by far the single worst drawing app I have ever used in my 30+ years on this planet. The only saving grace is that there's a free-draw tool, but even that is restricted by the inability to zoom or pan. Draw your floor plan in literally any other tool, even MSPaint is better, and import it instead. Hell, even Corel Draw from the early 90s is a better tool.

  4. Paul Schmied-avatar

    Paul Schmied

    It's pretty, but useless. The standard Android signal indicator can provide as much useful information out of the box. With 1meter resolution, it's a field strength meter of limited uitility as an indoor heatmap unless you are using it in a extraordindarily large home or a commercial building. I saw no obvious way to link a floorplan, no setting or controls with which to do it, no way to toggle between indoors and outdoors. It showed the IP address of my router as :-C

  5. Kyle MAnley-avatar

    Kyle MAnley

    Mapping and measuring kept not recording. A better drawing tools might have made the drawing better. Needs to be able to set distance while drawing or you will most likely have a bad map, unless you are good at drawing maps without a ruler or other measurement/accuracy tool. Couldn't even complete my bad map drawing though because it wouldn't record any new measurements after the first.

  6. A Google user-avatar

    A Google user

    if you dont have your floor plan saved to your phone then dont use this app. The app dose offer to draw your floor plan but its so horrible and no guid or how to. its like the OG Microsoft paint book thing. this app is not really useful for any kind of use. It a great idea on paper but fails in the real world. You have to have knowledge of your floor layout and all the math involved.

  7. Ly Adams-Reese-avatar

    Ly Adams-Reese

    Was never able to complete the mock-up of my homes floor plan. Yet it was able to give me usage and other record data w/o ANY user info being entered. Kind of creepy if you ask me. I ultimately uninstalled, as based on report generating details, from the play store, the info this app can both access & seek help for doesn't seem to be USER maintained & really don't want some random stuff to get free when one can't limit that as a User.

  8. touristguy87-avatar


    Didnt get any permissions prompts but app clearly shows ip addr on main screen. Seems to run ok. It can save the heatmap as an image. Various payment options but will run free. Shows local link db and mps but not speedtest like ocala app. Still susceptible to wifi issues with hw. Is it safe? I dont know. Phone seems ok.

  9. Luke Daniel Borel-avatar

    Luke Daniel Borel

    I do not use the heat map feature, but it is great to find out of the internet connection quality also the strength of the WiFi signal. The best part is that it continues measuring and they chart it as a running measurement.

  10. Ed Rutmayer-avatar

    Ed Rutmayer

    Doesn't blend/gradiate colors like the picture shows. Doesn't show you a list of captured points so you can selectively delete. Doesn't draw over previous data points. Not terribly intuitive settings. somewhat useful for surveying and competing signal analysis.