Fing: Your Android Phone Can Find Who’s On Your WiFi Connection

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To Find who’s on our Wi-Fi connection we use the Wireless Network Watcher app on our PC, and how about finding it using a Smartphone. Is it possible to find who’s on our Wi-Fi connection using an Android phone? Yes, it is possible to find who’s is using your Wi-Fi connection using an Android phone. Are you ready to explore?


Fing is a free network tool for our Android phone, which can find out which devices are connected to our Wi-Fi network, in just a few seconds. It displays connected devices info like MAC Address and device manufacturer name, ISP, local address and more. Fing can perform more than we expect as it can find open ports, works with hosts outside our local network, automatic DNS lookup and reverse lookup, we can sort  info by IP, MAC, Name, Vendor, State, and all these things for free without any ads. You can find more features about it in the app description on Play Store.

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Fing is compatible with several other OS platforms like Windows, Linux, Mac OS. Just give a try on all other OS versions to find out which is suitable for your adoption.

Here’s the link to download Fing from Play Store.

Here’s the link to download Fing from iTunes.

Here’s the link to download Fing for your Windows PC.

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