iStumbler Alternatives for Mac

    There are many alternatives to iStumbler for Mac if you are looking for a replacement. The best Mac alternative is NetSpot, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 10 alternatives to iStumbler and six of them are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Mac alternatives to iStumbler are WiFi Explorer (Paid), Wifiner - WiFi Analyzer (Paid), WiFi Scanner (Paid) and Homedale (Free).

    This page was last updated May 22, 2021

    1. NetSpot is a simple and accessible wireless survey tool, which allows collecting, visualizing and analyzing Wi-Fi data.
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      Almost everyone thinks NetSpot is a great alternative to iStumbler.
    2. WiFi Explorer is a tool to scan, find, and troubleshoot wireless networks. It can be used to quickly identify channel conflicts, overlapping and other factors (e.g.
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      It's free and is a great alternative to iStumbler, MacStumbler, KisMac, etc. The free version shows the BSSID, Network Name, Vendor, Signal strength, Channel, Channel Width, Band, Mode, Generation, Max Rate, Security, and Scan. I would have kept using iStumbler but they decided to charge money for it. This is a great alternative!
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    3. Easily analyze your Wi-Fi and see the issues preventing you from having a stable and fast connection. You can run a comprehensive scan of your wireless network, get an interactive color-coded heatmap, and see the "dead" zones clearly.
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    4. A 802.11 wireless scanner and connection manager for Mac OS X. WiFi Scanner will detect access points and clients in ad-hoc mode if the SSID is being broadcasted. It can be used for wireless site surveys, wireless discovery, and to connect to WiFi networks.
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    5. With Homedale you can search for Wi-Fi / WLAN Access Points and monitor their signal strength. Use the detected access points with Google Geolocation and Mozilla Location Service to locate yourself.

    6. Scanning for wireless networks is now easier and more personalized! AirRadar allows you to scan for open networks and tag them as favourites or filter them out.
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