In Pictures: 18 great IT tools for Android

These Android apps, from network sniffers to SNMP MIB browsers to SSH tools, will come in handy for network and IT pros

Fing

Fing -- a play on ping -- has almost every common network quick test that you could want, and it’s free! Well written and easy to use, Fing has only two drawbacks. It requires root access, and it will sometimes leave you hanging. I wish it at least had a spinning beach ball to tell me when it’s still searching.

Price: Free Developer: Overlook Compatibility: Android 2.1 and up

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