IF YOU are an Android user who often uses free public Wi-Fi, then this genius hack will be an absolute gamechanger for you.
A lot of Android users use a prepaid plan, which means that access to internet service and data is limited.
For that reason, a large number of Android users rely on free, public Wi-Fi to access the Internet outside of their homes.
Other important apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Gmail also require a network connection to access.
However, it can sometimes be difficult to find free Wi-Fi in public areas, that is, by far.
A smart app called “WiFi Passwords, Offline Maps & VPN. WiFi Maps” (found on Google Play Store) can help Android users locate all open Wi-Fi networks in their city.
This application can not only save users time searching for Wi-Fi, but also save some money by preventing them from misusing their data.
How to locate Wi-Fi in your city
First, you have to download the app.
You must then connect to your home network or an external Wi-Fi network, or access your mobile data.
After completing that step, you must enable the GPS settings of your Android device and allow the app to grant access to your location.
The app will then display a map similar to Google Maps, with a tab at the bottom called “Wi-Fi’s Near Me”.
Click that tab to see all the open Wi-Fi networks in your area, along with the name, address, and neighborhood of your location.
After selecting a specific Wi-Fi network, you can tap the “Unlock Password” button to unlock that network’s password.
If the network doesn’t have a password, the app will state that.
The best part about this method is: it’s completely free.
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