Application to find public WiFi networks in your city
With so many YouTube videos, funny pictures downloaded from WhatsApp, Instagram profiles... you end up consuming all your data about 20 days before the invoicing cycle changes and running out of MBs. And there's you, trying to steal WiFi all over the place. First-world problems.
Discover nearby open WiFi networks
But you can forget about this drama with an app of the likes of Instabridge - Free WiFi Passwords and Hotspots. If you don't know what it's about, pay attention because it's interesting: it's an application that detects nearby WiFi networks, just like many others, and stores them in a database with public wireless networks in your area.
In other words, based on the position provided by your GPS, it helps you to find a connection for your phone. Now you don't need to stand outside the Apple Store in the freezing cold, with everyone staring at you because you're on Android, you can now go to other places to use their WiFi.
In turn, these networks are sorted according to a color code (green, yellow, and red) that indicate how they work. And all the latter, without having to input passwords or anything similar.
Forget about worrying about not having WiFi.
Features and functions
Download its APK and use the application wherever you in the world, making the most of its most noteworthy functions:
- Free WiFi connections wherever you go.
- No charges or data limitations.
- Automatically connect to a network when in range.
- Offline map of your next destination before you get there.
- Share your WiFi privately.
How to use Instabridge is very simple: just open the app to find the networks in your reach... there are millions of positive opinions that back this tool which is also available for iOS.
However, remember that if you connect to public networks you can end up jeopardizing your privacy and browsing data such as passwords, so be careful where you connect to and whom you share data with.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...