Thursday, 6 July 2017

Facebook Find Wi-Fi: How To Find And Use Free Wi-Fi Hot-spot

This feature was tested sometime last year in some countries for iPhone users. But has now been made available for users all over the world using any Operating System. The new feature is called, “Find Wi-Fi”, and it works just like you’d expect. Built directly into the Facebook app itself, Find Wi-Fi shows a map of your surrounding area and which establishments have Wi-Fi hotspots or routers that you can connect to for free Internet access.

Or if you are in a location where your mobile data is weak, you can use Find Wi-fi to look for available free wifi hotspot near you and connect.

HOW TO LOCATE AVAILABLE FREE WIFI


To find Wi-Fi hotspots, open your Facebook app, click on the More tab and then Find Wi-Fi.
Once in the Find Wi-Fi tab, you may need to turn Wi-Fi on, if it isn't on already.

Users can then browse the closest available hotspots on a map, and learn more about the businesses hosting them. Although you can discover available Wi-Fi networks, it is important to note that only the free networks can be connected.

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However, I personally don't see the use of this feature, because there are numerous apps that let's you find and discover available Wi-Fi networks.

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