Download the latest version of AirRadar for Mac from Downsoft.com. Organise your wifi connections and look for new networks!
Scanning for wireless networks is now easier and more personalised with AirRadar. AirRadar allows you to scan for open networks and tag them as favourites or filter them out. View detailed network information, graph network signal strength, and automatically join the best open network in range.
Whether you are driving around looking for wireless networks, stuck in traffic, sitting on the beach, or if you are curious how strong your wireless signal is at home, AirRadar provides a more linear approach to network hunting. Setup a scan frequency, and have new open or closed networks have their name spoken, play alerts, or display notifications.
Warning: In some countries, such as Germany, it is illegal to connect to open networks which do not belong to you. Only use AirRadar to the extent your local law permits. We disclaim all liability for your actions.
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- Automatically scan on launch
- Play sounds after scanning, or for new networks
- Remember scan history
- Ad-hoc network scanning
- Adjust scan interval
- Set a maximum retention for out of scope networks
- Speak new network names
- Auto-join open networks with a good signal
- GROWL support
- Mark favourite networks
- Filter out networks
- Colourize networks based on status and type
- Graph network noise and signal strength
- Comment on networks
- Export network lists
- Join both open and closed networks
- Disconnect from a network without turning off AirPort
- Ad-hoc status
- Beacon Interval
- CF Pollable Flag
- CF Poll Request Flag
- Channel Agility Flag
- Encrypted Status
- Encryption Type (WEP, WPA, WPA2, None)
- Encryption Cipher (AES, TKIP)
- First Seen
- Last Seen
- MAC Address (BSSID)
- Managed Flag
- Miss Count
- Noise Level
- Reserved Flag
- PBCC Flag
- Signal Strength
- Average, Min, and Max Signal Strength
- Short Preamble Flag
- New in Version 2.1.6/7
- Bug Fix: Now handles the possibility that the result from the scanning tool could return OS-level errors prior to the .plist. This would mean no networks might show during a scan.