WiFi On Demand
Finding a free WiFi network while on vacation can be a nightmare. Using advanced GPS technology, AirRadar scans and places all networks on a map. While walking or driving, AirRadar automatically updates the location of networks when it finds a better signal elsewhere.
Open networks are clearly marked with a green dot, and closed networks with a red dot. Simply throw the laptop on the passenger seat before leaving the house for the day, and after a day of driving, have a comprehensive map of open networks!
Enhance Home WiFi
In modern households, it's common for families to have a WiFi router. In apartment buildings and dense city areas, hundreds of WiFi signals can often be picked up from a single spot.
AirRadar can provide insight to optimizing your home network and reducing interference from other signals. The calmest, or even unused, WiFi channels are presented with every scan.
Full WiFi Support
Supports all modern WiFi networks such as 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, and has expandability for future types.
Identifies the best location of a network's signal and places it on a map. Locations are updated as better signals are found.
Automatically join the best network when it comes into range.
Keep your eyes on the road. AirRadar can speak new network names, and play alert sounds. Also, it sports full integration with macOS' Notification Center.
Networks are optionally remembered in the system's WiFi Keychain. Whether you're using the built-in system WiFi menu or AirRadar, all of your passwords are ready when you need them.
AirRadar reports much more than simply signal strength and a network name. View incredibly detailed information including encryption types, beacon intervals, vendor, channel bands, spec, and more!
Full WiFi Support
Supports all modern specifications like 802.11a/b/g/n/ac.
Uses macOS' internal location services to identify the approximate location of access points.
Automatically join the best network.
Graph network signal and noise over time.
Easily identify networks by setting them as a favorite.
Look for congested channels at a glance.
Save and load network scan histories on the fly.
Assign label colors and notes to networks.
Speak network names.
Play audio effects or show notifications for found networks.
Save network passwords in the system keychain for auto-filling later on.
Easily filter scan results by numerous criteria.
Compatible with Enterprise-level WPA networks.
Displays the vendor of each WiFi router.
From Beacon Intervals to Channel Widths.
Choose which WiFi card to scan and join with.
For the full or trial version of our app, please use the download links below. After installation, the trial will automatically begin. For users owning a valid license, unlock the software via the "Unlock Product..." menu item if necessary.
These versions are no longer supported and are listed primarily for customers owning older licenses.
|AirRadar||4.1.9||23.32 MB||November 27, 2018||Mac||Mac OS X 10.11 or later||Download|
|AirRadar||4.0.3||26.56 MB||April 17, 2018||Mac||Mac OS 10.10||Download|
|AirRadar||3.2||17.14 MB||February 10, 2017||Mac||Mac OS X 10.9 (Intel, 32-bit)||Download|
|AirRadar||2.2.4||14.01 MB||October 23, 2012||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Universal)||Download|
|AirRadar||2.3.4||12.06 MB||April 20, 2012||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Intel)||Download|
All of our products come with a full set of licensing options: from single users and households to small businesses and larger corporations.
1 computer2 unique activations per year
1 computer/user5 unique activations per year
1 household10 unique activations per year
1 school300 unique activations per year
10 computers/users60 unique activations per year
Unlimited10000 unique activations per year
AirRadar helped me to debug my wireless access problem in my home. I live in a neighborhood where all of the homes are small and sit right next to one another. Additionally, they have very thin walls. So, there is very little to stop Wi-Fi signal from hoping from one dwelling to the next. Strangely it seems that Verizon has configured all of the routers to be on the same channel. So during prime time all of my neighbors are interfering with one another. With AirRadar I was able to sniff out the problem and switch my router to a virtually unused channel. Now my wireless Internet is back to what it should be.
A rare example of a wireless networking program that seems to get everything right.
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
These days it can be really easy to spend a lot more for half these features.
Pro: Gives a far clearer picture of my wifi situation than the software built into my MacBook Pro. Con: A lot of the information it gives is meaningless to a non-computer-professonal (i.e., what's the difference between Channel 1 and Channel 11). Perhaps I'd get more out of the information if it were explained.
This is a great app to ascertain what Wi-Fi connections are broadcasting; especially if you travel about as much as I do, so you can stay connected most of the time.
Slick, powerful, and surprising easy to use.
I really enjoy the internet, and the Air Radar software is excellent!
So useful when traveling! Apple's built-in airport scanner has nothing on what this app can do. Easy to use, nice interface, extremely handy. Highly recommended!
|Version 5.2.5 – February 11, 2020|
|Requirements:||This version is designed for Mac OS X 10.13 and later ONLY. For older versions compatible with other operating systems, please visit our web site.|
|Upgrade Notes:||This upgrade is free for users owning an active subscription or a non-subscription "Lifetime License." No action is required other than downloading the new version from our web site and unlocking as normal with an e-mail address. For all other users, orders for the current version can be purchased on our web site.|
|Bug Fix:||Fixed bug removing old histories.|