September 30, 2014 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Calgary, Canada - Kallaxa Software today is proud to announce the immediate availability of WiFinder 1.0, a versatile GPS-enabled network scanning and mapping tool for Mac OS X. WiFinder allows anyone to locate open networks, or improve home network performance, with ease. This new app will GPS map WiFi signals relative to the user's position, graph signal strength over time, and provide a detailed overview of networks within range.
Finding a free WiFi network while on vacation can be a nightmare, and WiFinder is the app that answers the call for serenity while travelling. Using advanced GPS technology, the app scans and places all networks on a map. While walking or driving, it will automatically update the location of networks if it finds there is a better signal elsewhere. Later, view the map for a comprehensive display of both open and closed networks! Avoid costly roaming data fees by easily accessing public hot spots. Share the results with friends, or save them for return trips.
WiFinder is also crucial for all users with a home-based WiFi network. Graph network performance and interference over time, providing for insight into reasons for network degradation (perhaps when certain appliances are in use). Or, use it to locate the best spot for a household or office router. View surrounding networks to find a channel that is calm or unused in densely populated areas.
Pricing and Availability:
WiFinder 1.0 is available for a free 15 day trial. For a limited time, users can buy the app at introductory pricing for only $9 (USD). For more information, visit Kallaxa online.
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