The print is low contrast grey and small, hard to read. Tipped off developer of contrast problem and his answer was "it's black". You need very sharp eyes to read the wifi information and it's not resizable either.
In Indonesia nothing worked!!!! Waste of time
I've used WiFi free of cost at 2 airports thanks to this app - what a wonderful idea! Though, at this point, several of the passwords are frequently out of date. As the community of users grows (and I'm hoping it'll do so fast), the information is sure to be updated more often. Full disclosure: I was given the app for free by the developer, but without any obligation to write a review.
At first glance looks good. It would be nice to differentiate by colors or if you add a little number on top per airport. It was hard to see that there were more than one wifi information available due to it being same color.
This app is extremely useful for any traveler because it is a map of global wifi logins that are submitted by other travelers. To the people that are complaining that a certain airport doesn't have login information: YOU can submit the information so that others may see it in the future. That's how the app works.
A wiki for airport wifi The Wi-Fi passwords are only as accurate as the WiFox community makes it. Even when there's free Wi-Fi, it's good to know the official name so you don't login to a malicious WiFi network.
* There's a $25 Amazon gift card hidden in this WiFox update! Be the first to email me the code (ending with the word "Blue") found at this airport that has planes flying outside and thousands of butterflies inside before May 29th, 2017 - 6pm US EST and win!
* Updates and optimizations.
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