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Simple (free?) app for iphone, droid and windows to see wireless network information

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I used inssider on droid a while ago to see wifi signals in the area.  

Any better apps you would recommend these days?  It seems inssider is now a paid version?

I think there's nothing for iOS, right?  Apple doesn't let you access the wifi system enough to see the info it needs, right?
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I am running inSSIDer on my Android phone and I did not pay for it, but I know desktop version is paid now.
anyway you can use also wifi overview 360 as a alterrnative
for Apple there is an app wifi scanner
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There are no free utilities that I know of on iDevices via the AppStore.

Wifi Scanner is $2.99 - not free.
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The AppStore has removed wifi scanning utilities do to a policy change.

An example would be this link.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wifi-scan/id377459015?mt=8

where they put the disclaimer:

Notes:
WiFi Signal Scan function is prohibited by AppStore. This app only provides network scan, not signal scan.
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