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Detect and diagnose WiFi networks around you AirGrab WiFi Radar 1.7.9 AirGrab WiFi Radar is a tool to display information about Apple Airport base stations and other WiFi (802.11b/g/n) wireless access points. Using AirGrab WiFi Radar you can determine most popular WiFi channels and select optimal channel for your WiFi network. Encryption status of network shows WEP, WPA, WPA2 modes of all immediately available WiFi networks.

Installed AirGrab WiFi Radar on a G4 Macbook running OS X 10.3.9 and the program would launch and immediately quit without any indication of what was wrong (i.e. no error notice of any kind). I would like to try it again, if the developer fixes the problem and releases an updated version.

It doesn\'t work on my Mac OS 10.6.5

I have downloaed this for an apple 10.3.9 using friend,I passed it on to him today,i await his comments once he has installed it.

Sorry,Did not use the product, inadvertently downloaded a mac program for an IBM product. Deleted the file.yoursCw

I installed it and simply didn\'t work...

Excellent product, worked without a hitch and resulted in improved home wifi without interference from other local networks...success!!





Radar Beats HD Following on from Radar Radar Beats HD 1 Radar Beats HD Following on from Radar Beats Pro comes Radar Beats HD. Optimised for iPad. Use 2 hands and play in realtime with even more effects. Over 150 Samples! Over 20 Effects! With stunning graphics, and an intuitive interface, making new beats in radar beats is a breeze, and great fun! The unique design of the Radar Beats system makes making evolving, textural rhythms simple.




Is your parade about to get rained on? Local Radar 1.2.0 Is your parade about to get rained on? Local Radar does what those other weather radar apps can't. It makes interpreting NOAA radar weather maps a snap. Local Radar positions an animation of the last hour of NOAA radar composite images so your current position is centered in the map. The red dot in the center of the map marks your current location so you can always tell at a glance where the weather is relative to where you are. Local Radar


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