It would not work if location is determined only by using online google location services and you have only wifi connection information that provides clues about current location (no real gps). Yes, it does not turns back wifi if it disappears for a while. Maybe "learn without turn off wlan" mode would help? Does it scans available networks while wlan is off? It does not learns devices with same SSID's and different MAC's.
Great concept, but still in beta and needs work The concept of this app is really great. It disables wi-fi when you leave home, and enables it when you come back home again. However, it has some bugs that are somewhat annoying: - When disabling wi-fi, it doesn't always automatically switch to 3G, so it leaves you without any connection. You have to check your phone regularly and check if you're still connected. - The "activate" and "open at start" up checkboxes don't work. It's always activated, even when you uncheck the checkbox. And likewise, it's always loaded at startup, even if you uncheck the checkbox. I will definitely keep an eye on this app, but for now I'm gonna uninstall it because being connected is more important to me than battery life.
great app but it work only to disable,and never connect again.need some fix give you 5 when fixed
Please note that this application is still in Beta test.
Support for 2.3.3+ added.
Now it supports 2.3.3 to 4.0.3
Tab icons are working now.
A mobile app to help visually impaired explore their surroundings independently!