Get NetSpot Home for Windows, or for Mac: Lifetime License for just $19 (72% off)

Today's highlighted deal comes via our Software section on Neowin Deals, where you can save 72% off the recommended price of NetSpot Home for Windows, or for Mac: Lifetime License. Optimize your Wi-Fi connection with this powerful Wi-Fi analysis application.

What's the deal?

NetSpot lets you visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks with any Mac so you can get the best connection possible at all times. Use the mapping feature to view dead zones and optimize hotspot placement, and use the troubleshooting tool to identify connectivity issues. With NetSpot Home, you'll never miss a beat, post, or important email even when your internet is acting up. You'll reach maximum Wi-Fi efficiency, all while assuring your home network is perfectly secure.

  • Visualize, manage, troubleshoot, audit, plan, & deploy wireless networks
  • Analyze your Wi-Fi coverage anywhere you are or plan on being
  • Easily assure that hotspots are placed correctly & radio channels are assigned properly
  • Identify dead zones on a network using the visual map
  • Load a visual map, collect survey data, & build a comprehensive heatmap of a network
  • View any number of Access Points (BSSIDs) simultaneously
  • Utilize flexible grouping of APs by SSID, channel, vendor, security, etc. & custom groups
  • Choose from multiple export possibilities, including new customizable advanced reports
  • Run Internet download & upload speed tests

What's the Difference Between a Standard & Lifetime License?

Great question! A Standard License issues full access to the app and all minor updates for life. Minor updates usually include fixes to bugs that surface post-launch. As you know, when an app gets a major update (and advances to the next version e.g. V2, V3, V4), older versions often grow obsolete. Perhaps it no longer works properly with your new computer or OS, or maybe you're simply missing out on serious improvements and experiencing some major FOMO.

That's why a Lifetime License is so appealing. You'll get a lifetime of major updates, and inevitably a world of new features that are beyond our current imagination. Many of our Lifetime License options are exclusive offers, at the web's best prices.

For full description, specs, and license info for Windows here, for Mac go here.

What's the benefit?

NetSpot Home for Windows or Mac: Lifetime License normally represents an overall recommended retail pricing* of $68, but it can be yours for just $19 for a limited time, a saving of $49.

Save even more!

Stick with Neowin Deals and earn credit or even deeper discounts.

  • For every $25 spent, you get $1 credit added to your Neowin Deals account.
  • Refer the deal via social media or email and if it results in a purchase of $10 or over, you'll get $10 credit added to your account.
  • First time buyers are also eligible for a further 10% discount when you subscribe for email updates; be sure not to dismiss the popup offer on the deals page in order to profit!

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