iOS WiFi-Where 1.3

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    WiFi-Where | .4MB
    Available in Cydia
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    Description
    On vacation and need to find a local WiFi hotspot? Visiting a friend and want to check your email? It's no problem with WiFi-Where. Just put the app in scan mode and let it find all nearby hotspots. WiFi-Where uses both the location capabilities (GPS and cellular triangulation) of the iPhone platform as well as the built in 802.11 radio to let you find any and all hotspots wherever you go. WiFi-Where also has built in support for uploading scan results to the popular Wigle.net online database.

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    Changes in 1.1
    • Added several more filtering options.
    • All networks now saved to database. Filtering options are only used to filter what is shown in scanning list.
    • When changing filtering options, hotspots are no longer deleted.
    • (NEW) WiFi-Where keeps track of the distance traveled while scanning.
    • Changed MIME type of CSV and KML attachments to be application/octet-stream.
    • Current IP Address shown in network details if you are connected to that hotspot.
    • Hidden networks now displayed with name 'Hidden' instead of MAC address.
    • All screens updated to handle double height status bar that is shown when on a phone call or tethered.
    • Fixed bug in NS1 file generation that was causing some WiGLE uploads to fail parsing.

    Features in 1.0
    • Easy to use interface
    • Continuous scanning mode
    • GPS Logging (when device supports it)
    • Save hotspots for later
    • Email scan results
    • Email attachments (OS 3.0 Only) in Net Stumbler .ns1, CSV, or Google Earth KML formats.
    • Option to ignore secure networks
    • Option to ignore hidden networks
    • Option to sort by signal strength
    • Option to automatically save new networks
    • Option to beep & vibrate on discovery of new network (when device supports it).
    • Option to filter hotspots by signal strength and location accuracy
    • Displays detailed information about each network, including name/SSID, signal strength, raw RSSI value, security & authentication modes (WEP/WPA/WPA2), location, MAC address
    • Connect to hotspots
    • Save passwords for secure networks
    • Upload hotspots to popular wardriving website wigle.net.

    What's new in Version 1.1
    • Added several more filtering options.
    • All networks now saved to database. Filtering options are only used to filter what is shown in scanning list.
    • When changing filtering options, hotspots are no longer deleted.
    • (NEW) WiFi-Where keeps track of the distance traveled while scanning.
    • Changed MIME type of CSV and KML attachments to be application/octet-stream.
    • Current IP Address shown in network details if you are connected to that hotspot.
    • Hidden networks now displayed with name 'Hidden' instead of MAC address.
    • All screens updated to handle double height status bar that is shown when on a phone call or tethered.
    • Fixed bug in NS1 file generation that was causing some WiGLE uploads to fail parsing.
     
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