You can build several types of Wi-Fi heatmaps directly in NetSpot for Android (NetSpot Plus is available via in-app purchase): Signal level, Signal-to-interference ratio, and Signal-to-noise ratio. They allow you to see how the WiFi signal is distributed throughout the area and what possible improvements can be applied to perfect it.
Demonstrates your WiFi signal strength. This value is especially important when combined with other values.
Demonstrates the quotient between the average received carrier power and the average received co-channel interference power.
Demonstrates the correspondence of the WiFi signal level to the level of the background noise (unwanted signal).
NetSpot will give you some friendly tips based on your Internet speed test results:
By measuring the download speed you get to know how quickly your device is downloading data from the Internet. The ping value reveals how quickly a packet of data travels from your device to its reference server (remember that ping and latency depend on the distance from the reference server to your device or computer.)
Choosing the best WiFi analyzer for any operating system, not just Android, can be tough, but you can definitely find your best option if you follow some simple tips:
In our opinion, NetSpot for Android is the best WiFi analyzer that has a simple and clear interface and is very intuitive. If you need a deeper WiFi analysis, NetSpot is available on macOS and Windows. Read more about our WiFi analyzer for PC here.
More information can be found in our manual.
This high-quality Android WiFi analyzer with a unique interface that is simple and informative at the same time is absolutely free!
More about WiFi analysis and our picks of the best free wifi analyzer apps here.
The easiest way to get it on your phone or tablet is to download NetSpot for Android for free from Google Play.
To perform a WiFi survey with NetSpot for Android: