Did you know that you can improve the Wi-Fi in your home without the stress of changing providers or using a costly professional? The answer lies in a simple app you can use yourself at home, and right now, the NetSpot Home Wi-Fi Analyzer With Lifetime Upgrades is on sale for just $39.99. That's 41% off the regular price of $68.
Our home internet connections are more important than ever, thanks to remote working and social distancing, so it's necessary to have a reliable Wi-Fi connection to coworkers, friends, family, and more. This smart app is the all-in-one solution to improving the Wi-Fi connection in your home. Available in versions for any Mac or Windows PC, you can visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks to make sure that you get the best connection possible at home at all times.
One of NetSpot's most innovative uses is its mapping feature, which allows you to visualize Wi-Fi dead zones in your home, optimize the placement of hotspots, build a comprehensive heatmap of your coverage, and make sure that hotspots are placed correctly.
Meanwhile, the troubleshooting tool will help you easily indefinitely any connection issues by allowing you to manage, audit, plan, and deploy wireless networks, as well as run internet download and upload speed test — all from the app.
You can also export the data from the app, with multiple export possibilities, including customizable advanced reports, to really manage your internet connection effectively.
Its useful features have met rave reviews from tech critics. Digital Citizen called it "a great app for WiFi analysis and troubleshooting," while the experts at iMore said "NetSpot is top drawer — you won't find a better app for figuring out why your Wi-Fi isn't working the way you need it to." NetSpot also earned an impressive four-out-of-five-stars score from PCMag.
Improve your home Wi-Fi today with the NetSpot Home Wi-Fi Analyzer: Lifetime Upgrades, on sale with a 41% discount right now, for just $39.99 (regular price of $68).
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