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5.0.6
21 October 2019

Easy-to-use, personalized wireless network scanner.

randalle
23 July 2019

Most helpful

Deep enough for the power user yet simple enough for the everyman, such as myself.
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Version 4.1.9

Read 83 AirRadar User Reviews

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Derekcurrie
16 October 2019
v5.0.4 is now out.
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Version 5.0.2
randalle
23 July 2019
Deep enough for the power user yet simple enough for the everyman, such as myself.
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Version 4.1.9
MarkusKrychek
17 July 2019
These days it can be really easy to spend a lot more for half these features.
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Version 4.1.9
georgefogg
15 July 2019
Bought it so I could be sure I was using the 5.0 signal on my router, and I got my verification in no time.
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Version 4.1.9
suzanwarhe09
08 July 2019
Fantastic little app, more than powerful enough for my needs. Thank you!
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Version 4.1.9
StuFitzgerald
04 July 2019
Does everything I need it to and a lot more.
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Version 4.1.9
CodyEZ
27 June 2019
Slick, powerful, and surprising easy to use.
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Version 4.1.9
Riley Shore0023
25 June 2019
Provides a great array of network information with none of the baggage.
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Version 4.1.9
Greg Ellis60028
24 June 2019
Fills a gap left wide open by other wi-fi apps and even Apple’s own built-in scanner.
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Version 4.1.9
pimibaga
26 May 2019
It’s the wi-fi mapping solution I never even knew I wanted!
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Version 4.1.9
ahmedhatata-ah
12 April 2019
For me as student or even average user I am totally dependent upon wifi networks all the time , this application is the best 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 . Easy to use with a stunning design and very convenient compared to other applications do this job . This company seriously make a very helpful and high quality products that deserves to check out. Their customer service is very responsive and friendly. Deserves 5 star rating for sure.
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Version 4.1.9
mounkelomen
17 October 2018
does what it says
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Version 4.1.8
tielodalri
15 October 2018
my most essential tool while on the road travelling
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Version 4.1.8
samuellemon0
14 October 2018
Massively helped improve my home network signal reliability.
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Version 4.1.8
Derekcurrie
15 May 2018
v4.1.3 is available. "Bug Fix: Small bug fixes."
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Version 4.1.2
Derekcurrie
11 May 2018
v4.1.1 was throwing "Error Code: 3" when attempting to scan. v4.1.2 resolves the problem. Koingo were quick to solve the problem. Thank you!
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Version 4.1.2
angel-joyful
29 January 2018
It doesn't do what I want it to do. It does NOT listen IP addresses for the devices on my network. Neither didint find all of them.
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Version 4.0
Derekcurrie
19 October 2017
ibid myself below, before v4.0 was listed here...
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Version 4.0
Derekcurrie
19 October 2017
Version 4.0 has been released. It's 64-bit. It's unstable with a few problems.
- It kept dropping my Wi-Fi router during scanning for no reason. It similarly would lose track of a number of other Wi-Fi routers in my vicinity.
- It locked up twice while I was running scans. The first time it recovered after I forced it to restart scanning. The second time it locked up solid.
- At lockup, it kindly provided a bug reporting window to fill out. But NONE of its buttons worked. I could not 'Send Report' OR 'Save Report...' OR 'Quit Now'. The buttons were entirely inert. I had to Force Quit the application.

IOW: I consider v4.0 to still be beta quality. Better luck next version!

Here are the Release Notes for v4.0 from Koingo:

"Version 4 is a paid upgrade from version 3 and lower. Order an upgrade by logging into your koingosw.com account, pressing the Orders tab, and then clicking the Upgrade button!

"Users owing an active subscription to this product will get it automatically without additional cost. This upgrade is also free if ordering a non-subscription version within the last year. Visit your account and click the Upgrade link to obtain a free copy."

• Full compatibility with MacOS High Sierra.
• Completely redesigned and updated for 64-bit.
• Signal to Noise Ratio.
• New internal scan tool which does not lock up the UI, and can return results quickly instead of 30 seconds between fresh data.
• dBm RSSI now expressed in a non-linear fashion to provide a more accurate percentage.
• Fixed bugs on macOS High Sierra.
• Statistics panel now grows properly on window resize.
• Fixed bug preventing scan interval from being less than 5 seconds. It is important to note that scans often take between 5 and 10 seconds to complete.
• Removed deep probe mode as it no longer does anything on any modern hardware.
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Version 3.2.0
1 answer(s)
Gregm
Gregm
29 October 2017
Yea on that drop-out/ losing info thing ( (no crash on my system),

I'm back to 3.2. Bug report/trouble ticket in to developer. I'll try again when 4..1 is out.
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Libertyforall1776
31 October 2016
2016 and STILL not 64-bit! :(
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Version 3.1.9
Cortig
09 August 2016
The MAS version is still in 3.1.2 and doesn't launch at all… I contacted the support but never got any reply. The regular version (that I use in demo mode) is mostly OK but suffers from a number of annoying glitches (doesn't save labels and favorites for instance…). The only positive point IMVHO is that it nicely supports BSSIDs and allows me to connect to a specific wireless router within a network.
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Version 3.1.7
1 answer(s)
Cortig
Cortig
19 August 2016
There are more similar reports on the MAS. I contacted the support about the issue and after three weeks, still no answer whatsoever :-\
It doesn't speak well of the quality and care they bring to the product, which is a shame since I really think it's a decent app (if you can use it).
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Uncoy
11 February 2016
Copy cat developers Koingo strike again. iStumbler is fantastic. Was freeware for the longest time. Now iStumbler has a price tag Koingo jumps in to undercut the original developer yet again. Apparently app licenses are annual subscriptions now. I've cut the cord to Adobe over Creative cloud, Koingo. Do you really think you are as important to Mac users as Adobe? Obscenities have no place in professional written communication. I'll stop here.
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Version 3.1.7
Libertyforall1776
23 June 2015
A minor thing, but you should be able to reorder columns in the scan interface and save the order!
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Version 3.1
1 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
24 June 2015
Actually you can! Right click the column headers.
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Sanchai
07 December 2014
Version 3.0.6 released but it crash after app startup on OSX 10.10.2 build 14c87c seed build. Must revert to 3.0.5 which run fine. Have reported to Koingo and will post here if there is any response
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Version 3.0.5
Derekcurrie
10 October 2014
Only iStumbler is better. No, Koingo is not some horror software development company. Instead they're imperfect, a bit blundering in the PR department, and a victim of a relentless hate campaign around here for reasons that are remarkably emotional, as opposed to rational. I like their stuff, use it and enjoy it. I bought the Everything Forever license and am glad I did. Thanks for keeping AirRadar updated!
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Version 3.0.5
2 answer(s)
Planetary-Paul
Planetary-Paul
28 November 2014
Agreed!
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bowlerboy-jmb
bowlerboy-jmb
13 July 2015
But when did they implement a software-by-annual-fee subscription model? I recently learned that Koingo uses a licensing model in which your license lasts for only one year, after which you must pay more for updates.

I guess you slipped in under the wire, before such an exploitive policy was implemented, right? It sounds like the same people are running the PR department. Why should we be surprised?
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GeogProf
07 October 2014
THE WORST COMPANY EVER.
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Version 3.0.4
Neil-M
04 October 2014
With v.3 - the MAC Vendor list is updated, it's just a file within the resources. I see the format of the file has changed, but not difficult to include an update to v.2 surely?; http://standards.ieee.org/regauth/oui/oui.txt I reformatted the file inside Word, --- If you want to update your Vendor list, just drop this file into the resources folder of Air Radar 2: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/37025901/vendorcodes.txt (right click>Show Package Contents>Resources) --- Which makes it even more frustrating is that they delayed and delayed updating the Vendor list - instead they are offering up a new app for $7(upgrade) - $9.95(full). - I will not be updating, saving myself $7 and I'll just be updating the file myself. "After countless hours of competitive research with other products on the market, we have now completely overhauled our product interface, added new features," - I'd like to see a table with their comparisons. --- Overall, not impressed with the business principle in play here.
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Version 3.0.2
1 answer(s)
pl-svn
pl-svn
04 October 2014
not only this but... seems they moved licenses to an auto-renewing yearly subscription model :-/
you can still opt the traditional upgrade method but it will be more expensive and you'll only get 6 months of free updates

bye-bye AirRadar :-p
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Libertyforall1776
23 April 2014
This app must be a work in progress, after all, how could an AP 7 feet in front of you only be showing 47-75% signal?! Why would it vary so widely?!
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Version 2.3.4
Neil-M
22 April 2014
The software is functional and I've been using it since it was βeta, quite a few years ago. I originally pointed them to a source of MAC: Vendor codes and they immediately implemented them, making it very useful. The MAC: Vendor list implementation is not not being maintained or updated in this app. I have raised 2 support tickets with them and nothing is done. It is not difficult to access MAC:Vendor lists online - and trivial to incorporate. WIFi Explorer, for example is (at this time), fully upto date.
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Version 2.3.4
GeogProf
23 February 2014
I’ve been using this for years, but the developers have lazily let it languish for the last year or so and the last few versions (especially 2.3.2) have been unstable as hell on OS 10.6.8, 10.7, 10.8 and Mavericks. it crashes all the time, and so is now a piece of crap. Look elsewhere for such an app, and stay away from Koingo software in general — even MacUpdate.com recommends we NOT patronize this collection of hacks.
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Version 2.3.2
gravitycollapse
16 January 2014
It should be mentioned in the requirements here that you have to sign up for an account with some other crap service (called "paddle") in order to register this software. Paddle's system has not managed to register my software, purchased here, but it has managed to spam me with three emails in five days about some stupid software bundle that I don't want. I already registered with an account here at macupdate and purchased this software; if I had known there was yet another intermediary taking my personal info, I wouldn't have bought it.
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Version 2.3.1
Jgalanter
21 November 2013
I believe that users should be aware of bad business practices and I for one am a very unhappy customer of Koingo software. I would strongly discourage anyone from doing business with them. I don't think their software is bad, but they are a terrible company to do business with, they have poor customer service and they quite frankly refused to honor their contract with me even after I proved that they were in error. I purchased their Utility package on 8/17/2010 which their Web site described as: "free upgrades for the product's entire life at Koingo software" However they refused to provide updates - I do have the email chain to prove the details. I am sure that the expired licenses was no mistake and macupdate called them on it. Avoid this company.
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Version 2.3.1
ronaldpr
21 November 2013
This is ridiculous. A recommendation by MacUpdate (if at all) should be based on the quality of the software, not on a conflict between MacUpdate and the developer where some users were caught in the middle. Koingo made up with discounts, now MacUpdate should remove this childish non-recommendation note on all its Koingo's software pages. BTW: I am a happy user of AirRadar.
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Version 2.3.1
Arcarnat
15 August 2013
See the fiasco with Koingo’s Data Guardian to understand why no one in their right mind would recommend this company's software.
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Version 2.3
outer
05 January 2013
Where did all the flurry of posts from late December 2012 suddenly disappear to? And why? And by whom? And why wasn't I notified?
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Version 2.2.8
Macfool
30 December 2011
As a PREVIOUS owner of AirRadar here are a few points. • Koingo indeed deactivated previous versions as MANY have indicated here and in fact wanted a $5 reactivation fee. • To imply these numerous reports of deactivations are incorrect or not credible is an insult to those who reported this action and to MacUpdate. Again, the business practices and ethics of this company MUST BE called into serious question.
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Version 2.2.1
4 answer(s)
Msl
Msl
06 January 2012
Same experience here. I've just deleted AirRadar from my system and will never again purchase software from this company.
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Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
08 February 2012
We did not deactivate the old version. As stated previously, there was a bug in the old version and we're offering FREE upgrades to 2.x for anyone who was affected by this bug. All you have to do is write in and explain your situation.
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ben-marko
ben-marko
26 February 2012
Ok Koingo - there needs to be a better solution. Are you seriously expecting people to e-mail you?!?!? You should be going back to YOUR RECORDS (hint, hint) and e-mailing the customers YOURSELF and pointing them towards a download site where they can upgrade.
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Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
26 February 2012
The issue is that the problem does not affect all users. We're happy to look customers up if the issue affects them and issue a free upgrade. However, we're not about to issue free updates to every 1.x customer of AirRadar as this appears to only affect a very small portion (less than 5%) of users.
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Demolition
15 November 2011
Just FYI... Last night, I sent a support request to Koingo in regards to my disabled AirRadar 1.3.2. This morning, they responded with a free AirRadar 2.x license. So, Koingo is back in my good books again. :-)
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Version 2.1.9
4 answer(s)
Gregorgy
Gregorgy
20 November 2011
I did so as well on 15 Nov and to date have received no responses from them - consider yourself lucky. Their practice of disabling previous version remains nothing short of disgusting!
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Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
25 November 2011
Well, there's no point for us to disable a previous version if we're giving out free upgrades to 2.x. Gregorgy, we have a tech support queue which we go through daily but sometimes this can mean a few days before a reply. I do apologize for the delay, but your license has been issued now.
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Dickmead
Dickmead
22 December 2011
I sent a support request on Dec 10 and have not heard back. I very seldom use the app and had 1.3.1 but finally noticed the 1.3.2 update link here. It does the same thing, naturally. I updated the support ticket. I suppose they want a paid upgrade as a fix.
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Dickmead
Dickmead
17 January 2012
They finally noticed my ticket and fixed things with the 2.x license as others have received. All is well now, Thank you.
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Polocanada
11 November 2011
Like other comments and reviews... stay away from this software and company.
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Version 2.1.7
3 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
14 November 2011
As per the 1.3.2 issue, it was not a Software Update that invalidated the app. It's simply a bug that came as the totalseconds value for a date object became to great to store in a memory block. We've been offering free updates to version 2.x since day 1 to the small number of affected customers.
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Gregorgy
Gregorgy
25 November 2011
@Koingo: I have sent numerous requests to yourselves with no replies. Of course, I must be lying. Others who have expressed disappointment must be lying as well. I don't buy this totalseconds story and I simply cannot understand why, despite me providing you with all the details, you simply cannot even be bothered to respond. It leaves a sour taste in my mouth and makes me skeptical of further promo purchases.
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FlyinRyan7
FlyinRyan7
03 April 2012
@Polacanada - I personally did not mark your comment as "negative". However, to give a product 1/2 star with no personal explanation is truly unacceptable. People really rely on the rating system and to sway it without justification is not cool.
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SS123456
24 September 2011
All said before, over priced, bad upgrade policy, deactivation, bad deal
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Version 2.1.7
1 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
14 November 2011
Your old product should never be getting deactivated. If it has, just contact us and we'll be happy to remedy the situation.
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Eric•Woehler
13 September 2011
Downloaded the software as it allows 15 days trial use - thank you Koingo! Wanted to troubleshoot my ongoing Lion-related wifi issues to see if I could determine where/when dropouts etc occurred. But no luck - AirRadar fails to see any networks despite at least 5 showing on my airport menu droplist. So I guess I won't be buying this software if it can't find my 2 networks and the various networks filling the airwaves.
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Version 2.1.7
Kostby
10 August 2011
Apparently my licensed version 1.3.2 AirRadar was permanently disabled by Koingo when I allowed it to 'check for updates' recently. Now all I get is the error message "Please report this error to Koingo Software if the problem persists in the latest version available from our web site." Impossible to justify $20 to update to version 2 for a product I might use once a year on vacation.
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Version 2.1.5
6 answer(s)
Neil-M
Neil-M
11 August 2011
It's $5. http://www.koingosw.com/store/upgrades.php
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Younkint
Younkint
13 August 2011
I've had the same thing happen to me as member "Kostby." My paid-for, licensed version was evidently disabled after an update check. I get the same message "Kostby" got, then AirRadar quits. My next move is to permanently uninstall this software and never again use any product from Koingo Software.
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Majestik7
Majestik7
13 August 2011
Same here Kostby & Younkint. All Koingo had to say was they don't support 1.3.2 anymore. I have uninstalled AirRadar.
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Neil-M
Neil-M
13 August 2011
Why mark my comment with a negative? The upgrade is not $20, it is $5. I had 1.3.2 running happily in 10.5, there was no need to upgrade. Last week, I finally upgraded to 10.6 in prep for potentially moving up to 10.7. 1.3.2 stopped working - so I was forced to upgrade - $5. Having said that, quite a few apps needed updated/upgraded. Going to 10.7 is going to cost a lot more in the end. I use KisMac as well, but Air Radar has it's uses for me. Whether you like Koingo and their way of forcing you to update, has nothing to do with Air Radar actually being functional. My comment was valid.
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Macfool
Macfool
13 August 2011
Regarding Koingo Software business practices. To permanently remotely DISABLE a working software application after a year of use and demanding ANY upgrade fee whatsoever is an unwise and greedy policy. They have lost another customer for good. I'm with Kostby, Younkint and now Majestik7. Stick your app where the sun don't shine. It's the last time Koingo will ever get my business!
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Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
14 November 2011
This is not the case. Version 1.3.2 has an issue with a memory block being too small to hold the current trial date information and causes a crash. We're offering FREE updates to anyone who experiences a 1.3.2 crash. Just write our support team.
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Michael-Sebrecht
02 February 2011
Is it just me finding this a useless app? I mean, the default airport toolbar is doing the same. All the "extra's" are not needed and useless. The asking price is also to steep.
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Version 2.1.1
1 answer(s)
Cowicide
Cowicide
22 March 2011
Not comment on pricing, but I will say at least with 10.6.6 and holding the alt key while pulling down the airport icon from the menubar, it gives me inaccurate security modes, etc. whereas AirRadar is right on the money. Plus, AirRadar has far more tools available, so saying the default airport toolbar is the same is completely inaccurate.
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dwp-1
14 January 2011
What a slimy move, your competitor KisMAC was updated today and shortly after that you updated your application, coincidence? Doubt it. Some people my consider that good marketing but I think it is lack of confidence in your product. If you really believed in AirRadar you would welcome the competition, instead of being afraid of it.
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Version 2.1.1
2 answer(s)
Robotank
Robotank
12 February 2011
That's quite the argument you're making.--your logic is absolutely impeccable. I have no idea if you're right or wrong, but your superficial reasoning based on circumstantial evidence ultimately demonstrates nothing. Well done!
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ben-marko
ben-marko
25 March 2011
You're probably right...one wonders if any actual updating took place. Probably was resubmitted just so it would stand out and not be overshadowed by a clearly superior application.
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Syzzygy
04 January 2011
AirRadar shows my wireless signal strength at 13% while iStumbler shows it at 35%. Which is most accurate???
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Version 2.1
1 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
04 January 2011
Calculating percents from RSSI values is rather difficult. Without knowing the hardware in a machine, and the technical specifications for each card, calculating a percentage from a RSSI value is very difficult. AirRadar uses a standard formula for converting RSSI to percent but does not analyze the hardware in your machine. It is likely iStumbler does not either but is likely using a different algorithim. For the most accurate results, turn on 'raw' values in the Preferences window.
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Thus-spake-z
04 January 2011
AirRadar shows my wireless signal strength as being 13% while iStumbler says it's 31%. So, which is correct? Why the discrepancy?
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Version 2.1
Hellonearth
05 December 2010
The Apple Airport icon in the menu bar give the same informations and better, just by clicking on it and the "alt" button... AirRadar keep saying that my network is a b,g wifi connection... wrong, the DSL box is an "n", airport can "see" it's as "n" too... AirRadar need work, sorry Dev.
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Version 2.0.8
7 answer(s)
Younkint
Younkint
05 December 2010
Good tip, thanks! Didn't know you could do that. BTW, the "alt" key is generally known as the "option" key on a Mac keyboard.
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Hellonearth
Hellonearth
05 December 2010
;) i know it's the "option" key, but for the newbies it's easier to find 'cause it's written on it :p
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Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
06 December 2010
One of the main advantages AirRadar is it's ability to view advanced network information like Vendor, Network Capabilities, Channel Flags, Rates Supported, PBCC, Short Preamble, Beacon Interval and more. Unfortunately, the scan command we're using to obtain all this extra information does not yield any information about network encryption or spec. So, this information, we're guessing based on the network channel and available rates. However, for the completely accurate information on those two items at the expense of not knowing the rest, turn on API scanning in the Preferences window. Another bonus of AiRadar is to speak network names as they come into range, so if you're driving with the laptop in your passenger seat searching out open WiFi, it will make your trip a lot safer. Also, Graph network signal strength over time, automatically join open networks of a user-specified percent, display growl notifications, and categorize networks using smart collections based on specific criteria automatically or group favourites into your own custom collections. AirRadar is substantially more comprehensive than the quick and dirty option-key solution while clicking the Airport menu, but if that's all you need then AirRadar may not be for you.
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Hellonearth
Hellonearth
06 December 2010
Thanks for your answer, but yes, i will prefer the "dirty"airport icon option trick for free ;)
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Jimblue
Jimblue
20 December 2010
very, very nice little tip, hellonearth, about the alt click. Can’t believe that one got by me.
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Nick-Collingridge
Nick-Collingridge
04 January 2011
Come on, there is no comparison between the capability of AirRadar and the Airport menubar icon. How can you see the capabilities and signal strength of multiple access points from the menubar icon? It just shows the details of the strongest, and even then only when you're already connected to an access point. AirRadar, OTOH, shows details of all the access points which are available together with the strength of their signal. For day to day use the menubar icon's limited functionality MIGHT be sufficient for your purposes, but if you want to sort out problems, particularly with multiple access points, then AirRadar really comes into its own.
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Jimblue
Jimblue
04 January 2011
i just said i really like the tip about the option-click thing. with airport utility you can see the signal strength to noise ratio of your connections though. airport utility/manual setup/advanced/log and statistics/wireless clients/. — as well as the transmit rate, and dhcp clients too. the option-click tip works with the Bluetooth menubar icon too. i don’t drive around looking for unsecured wireless networks as the developer suggests one might do. however i might look for one if i am at a friends house —stationary-- and there is no other way to get internet access. but i recently bought ShareTool and am going to utilize that for internet access when i am away from home. i remember using airradar when it was free and i liked it a lot — but airport utility has much improved since then. i was just at koingo’s site about an hour ago checking out their bundle deals, but didn’t want the ones they offered. i’ll buy airradar, alarm clock and one other of my choice for, say, $30. @ koingo’s site almost all their software is for sale for $20 each and they do have a nice package of 5 of their softwares for $50 — so why not a package deal w/ 3 for $30? hi koingo :) i got the box checked to tell me when this goes on sale too. even though you can do the important things you need to do and find the important information you need to find with apple’s airport utility, apple’s system profiler/airport and apple’s menu extra, airradar does a really nice job bunching all that stuff together, eloquently.
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Moxiesozo
29 November 2010
-- Fails miserably to sort correctly by signal strength. Regardless of whether I click on that column several times or on another column and then back to the signal strength column... FAIL. The list is not sorted from highest to lowest signal strength or vice-versa. Amazing this kind of stuff is overlooked before release. Previous version worked fine.
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Version 2.0.6
1 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
30 November 2010
This has been fixed. Please redownload the same version.
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Version 2.0.6
Bidule
17 November 2010
"New Feature: Likely restored support for Mac OS X 10.4 (needs testing). "Tested on PPC 10.4, app opens but no scan.
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Version 2.0.5
1 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
18 November 2010
Please redownload the same version. We've uploaded a hotfix to correct this.
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Version 2.0.5
outer
12 November 2010
In other words, this is useless for Snow Leopard: it still cannot resolve conflicting networks, and it now cannot provide a fallback to native APIs under 10.6.x. Tell me if I'm wrong. Otherwise, please me tell me how I get my $10.00 upgrade charge back.
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Version 2.0.4
2 answer(s)
Koingo-Software
Koingo-Software
18 November 2010
You can turn on API mode in the Preferences window in the latest version. Additionally, we have added quite a few new 'workarounds' for the small number of system configurations that did not work properly on Snow Leopard with AirRadar.
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Version 2.0.5
outer
outer
18 November 2010
Thank you, thank you. Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus! :) Great work.
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Version 2.0.5
Xenophile
10 November 2010
I'm only using AirRadar to help position antennas for my home wifi network, so this review doesn't apply to AirRadar scanning for new networks. It's not bad, but it could be more intuitive. Favorites is useless, it lists my favorites, but clicking on them doesn't do anything, and double clicking opens an editor for name and MAC address. All I want to do is get a signal to noise ratio graph, which I should be able to set up and then return to every time I launch the application. Most of the AirRadar's "features" are settings to customize graph appearance. Strip all that away, and this is a one-trick pony that needs constant coaxing to make it do its trick. Apple really should have included this functionality in Airport Utility. If they ever do, I'd advise them not to buy AirRadar.
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Version 2.0.4