NetSpot 2.4.623 for Mac – new features, enhancements, and fixes

[] Atlanta, Georgia – NetSpot, the award-winning wireless network survey app for Mac, has released a new build on version 2.4. NetSpot 2.4.623 includes three new features: AP indicators in 3 new sizes, option to export only the surveyed part of your map, and the ability to easily copy network’s name MAC-address into clipboard.

NetSpot 2.4.623 also has enhanced how you add custom aliases to networks in the sidebar, map calibrations usability, and how the heatmap is generated on Retina displays. On the previous version, there were some reports of unusual signal level values when using OS X 10.10 but this has now been resolved. Wording for loaded map dimensions has been corrected along with what was causing occasional crashes in full-screen mode. The double-clicking behavior in the sidebar, the error caused by creating a custom group with a duplicated name, and some random exceptions in Discover mode have all been addressed and resolved in the newest release as well.

NetSpot is available in Free, PRO and Enterprise editions. The Free version is perfect for the home user that does not need advanced features like report exporting, AP alias management and active scanning. NetSpot Free version is preferred by the CNET Technical Editor as seen in In pursuit of the perfect Wi-Fi network. The PRO version offers advanced features for network professionals. The Enterprise version is designed for companies that need multiple users and installations. NetSpot received a MacWorld Editor’s Choice Award in 2012. For more information visit NetSpot online.NetSpot 2.4.623
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NetSpot is the brainchild of Etwok, LLC, based in Atlanta, Georgia. Etwok, LLC is a software development company, specializing in system software utilities for Mac OS X. It was established in 2010 and delivers high-end software solutions. For more information visit NetSpot online. Copyright (C) 2015 Etwok Team. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Paul Johnson
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