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This android game is addictive and fun! I've been playing this since it first came out on the Android device G1. This worked better with the keyboard on the G1, and took a small getting used to on the touch-screen-only phones, but still fun nonetheless. I still play almost daily after all these years.
I am fresh to Coachmen. I Received my ID cards and the letter touted the amazing Coach-net app. So I downloaded this app. Nothing in the letter I received said hey this application will not work on your phone. Only after spending a lot of time trying to obtain the application to work and seeing error "265". I finally called Coachmen and I was told they know it will not work on newer phones. They do not tell you upfront. Not a amazing welcome. If I were the CEO I would kick the IT guys in the butt and tell them to obtain it fixed.
One flaw -> 2 stars Not knots is my one stop for anything I do with rope. But they left out the list of alternative knots at the bottom of each knot's page. They have this on their website. The missing lists of any knot's alternatives makes finding knots in this application a frustrating, futile exercise.
Amazing app, but it would be even better if there was a method to default some functions to the current network/IP Address. For example, if I wish to do a Subnet Scan, it could default to the current network? At the moment I have to go elsewhere to search my current info and then come back to input them manually.
This is a amazing application from a amazing developer. However it forces RUN AT STARTUP. Also it should let real application exit. Net Sentry should be an optional feature. It is not a feature i use. I consider it poor practice when apps force run at startup especially for optional features that may not be used. It seems that you could better manage this situation --- like only run at startup if net sentry is enabled ... and advise user on implications of enabling Net Sentry.
Really helps figuring out the bandwidth hog and where / why there's problems and between the modem page and this I can see ports and other networks that I method aware folks could do. Someone is using almost like a direct connect for something here but the seem to be drawing band width on a network that no one here has setup. I'll HAVE to check that out. A bit to coincidental for it not to be a hot spot.
I've noticed several bugs that have gone from annoying me off. The bug happens as I'm scanning a windows 10 computer which becomes slow. When I picked up my phone to look at it the first time, it changed the screen rotation, which cleared my port scan out. Then I tried again, and my screen shuts off during the scan. Well guess what? The scan disappears again. This is after waiting well over 10 minute to scan 9000 ports. It's pulling up a lot of begin ports too which should probably be closed.
I use Ping & Net to compare response times for different VPN servers. Speed testing apps try the speed of their own servers in the VPN server area, which I doubt gives an accurate comparison; they also grab private information. For what I do with this product, it seems to work well. I like that it requires no permissions and apparently sends no unnecessary personal info back to the mother ship as Google and Fb do.
There are a lot of fake network tools on Google Play or loaded with ads or spyware. This is totaly FREE OF ADS! LOVE IT. However,my favorite tool is PingPlotter from Pingman, but it is not available for Android device and they don't seem to have that in their roadmap. Otherwise; I can highly recommend this app!
This application has it ALL plus some!! And SO accurate! I've been having connection issues on LTE, downloaded 4 or 5 "other" ping/tracerroute/etc. apps plus was using online ping/tracers, but still couldn't search the problem. Five mins with this application & I promptly deleted everything else & found my issue (don't yet know how to fix my problem, but I finally see it)! It's been more than 10 hours & I can't stop playing on this app! :-) A HUGE thank you to the developer.
I've been using this application while on vacation to know how a lot of other users are on the network, both for curiosity and to figure out why the network is so slow. I also like being able to name different connections to be able to identify my friend's phone connection at a glance.
There are certain times when you need an application to "just work." And one of those times is when you're in an unfamiliar network and you need to know about the devices around you. Net Scan is the excellent tool for that. Just whip out your Android device phone, this small application and within seconds, you have a list of all the IP devices in your LAN segment, with YOURS and that of your access point clearly marked. Double-tap on any address to see more information about a listed device and even log in to some. Lots of apps have come onto and off of my devices, but Net Scan is a keeper. UPDATE - 9/17/14- Now using v.1.6.1, which apparently removed the "deep scan" button; this ver no longer finds all the devices on my LAN. Later...this issue turned out to be an problem with my device. After freeing up some storage zone and restarting, it works fine again. I should not have doubted you, Nick!