Wigle Wifi Wardriving 2.7
Wigle Wifi Wardriving
Wardriving: netstumble, display wireless networks, upload to wigle.net database.
A wardriving app to netstumble, display and map found wireless networks and cell towers anywhere in the world, easily uploading to the http://wigle.net database. WiGLE was started in 2001 and now has over 43 million wifi networks worldwide.
* Compete on the global WiGLE leaderboard for most networks located!
* Export to CSV files on SD card (comma separated values)
* Export to KML files on SD card (to import into Google Maps/Earth)
* Audio and Text-to-Speech alerting
* Local database to track new networks found
* Real-time map of networks found (Open Street Map)
* Can move app to SD card
* "Mute" button to shut off all sound/speech immediately
* Bluetooth GPS support through mock locations
* No ads
For wifi and cell towers to be mapped, you must wait for your device to determine the current location, via GPS or Network-location.
On map: the circles are Wifi, squares are cell towers. Light colors are networks seen before, purple ones are new for the local database.
If you have trouble logging in, or have suggestions, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help out.
Keep on stumbling.
Tappotuoppi: If you email email@example.com we can probably help you fix any login issues you are experiencing.
Ryan: Text-to-speech settings are handled through the Android operating system, not through applications. You can change dialects, add new speech engines or anything else your device supports. From the main page menu button: Settings -> "Voice input & output" -> "Text-to-speech settings".
Zach: As noted in the description, there is KML export, it's on the settings tab. Networks are shown on the map pretty much the same as in other apps.
Scott: Version 1.42 adds mock location support, that should allow Bluetooth GPS to work.
Tony: On the list page simply tap "menu->scan off" to easily turn off scanning.
Kevin: We use osmdroid code, which uses OpenStreetMap tiles, this works on non-Google-branded devices which don't have Google Maps. KML works fine on Google Earth and importing into Google Maps.