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  • rdoroshenko
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    Originally posted by ColoradoITGuy View Post
    There used to be some good ones Apple killed them in the store as spyware. Now there are some marginal ones that require things like turning on and off your wireless to get refreshed data.
    I saw few, but only for jailbroken Apple devices.

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  • ColoradoITGuy
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    There used to be some good ones Apple killed them in the store as spyware. Now there are some marginal ones that require things like turning on and off your wireless to get refreshed data.

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  • David (PassMark)
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    Not short term plans to do this.
    iPhone development environment is also very limited as all apps run in a small sandbox. So I doubt we would have access to the same level as detail as we do in Windows.

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  • Gnube
    started a topic WirelessMon for iPad2? Or iPhone?

    WirelessMon for iPad2? Or iPhone?

    Would be very handy to be able to map signal strength by using data collected on iPhone or iPad2. Would be even better if whole program was ported to the iOS5 platform.
    Last edited by Gnube; 02-01-2012, 12:09 AM. Reason: Correct subject spelling
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