[ANN] APlogger: native app. for WiFi logging

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  1. chrism238

    chrism238 New Member

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    I'm pleased to announce the first release of APlogger - a native iPhone/iPod Touch application that scans and logs visible WiFi Access Points (APs). It is similar, and owes much to, the popular iPhone Stumbler application, but provides a number of additional features:

    • summaries of the most recent scan and all past scans since invocation are displayed.
    • detected APs are logged in a tab-separated logfile for offline analysis. Logfile names are expanded using strftime().
    • the current location may be enumerated and is logged with each AP entry (sorry, no GPS support yet!).
    • one-off scans or periodic "auto-scanning" at a chosen rate may be requested.
    • the detailed view of the most recent scan may be sorted by SSID or RSSI.
    • the WiFi interface may be turned on and off with a simple control.
    Available to download and install now.

    Testers and suggestions welcome

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  2. Whytey

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    Cool i'll have a look and test this
    thanks

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    GoffeyUK New Member

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    Just had a look at the screenshots then and I noticed the scan results are colour coded. Does that represent the closer they are or how far they are
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    The colour coding coveys the signal strength (the RSSI) value. Green strong, red weak. It's not a direct measure of distance because different APs will transmit at different power levels.
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    GoffeyUK New Member

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    brillant ill download this when I can get to a computer (on my itouch right now)
  6. aLLeYRaT

    aLLeYRaT New Member

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    it crashes when i try to open it...i got the right permissions and everything as far as i can tell
  7. bklynsoulja

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    can sum1 put it in installer ?
  8. AlliPodHax

    AlliPodHax New Member

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    i will if you dont mind, if you do just tell me i'll remove it,

    Cheers,,
    Ben.
  9. chrism238

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    At present it's really just released for testers, who'll be able to follow (the trivial) method of installation. I will get an installer running in a few days after a bit more feedback. Thanks,
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    Waiting for an installer

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    Cheers.

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