Its okay but not good for wardriving It needs to be able to control the update intervals. And if it could use gps to cross reference the wifi signals so we can have a good idea where the signals are located that would be great. Right now all it does is recognize signal strength and places them in the center. Theres no directional to the wifi
This app used to work flawlessly. Now when i open it, it opens and closes all the time and i can't even use it. Tried uninstalling it then reinstalling several times, still doesn't work. Have used this app on 4 different smartphones, never had this problem. I will email the developers and hope they respond. Will leave my review at 5 stars for now.
A great concept and a useful service While I have yet to submit sites to add to the data base (which I soon will) I'm holding back one star until there is a way to report errors in locations, names, and other details. Our local data is more than 2/3 wrong. That stated, the basic design is good and the service is potentially very useful.
Five Star WiFi App An app which I'd recommend to ANYBODY who values free access to various wireless Networks. There are a few improvements which could make it a superior app , such as password disclosure of the hottest and most secure Wi Fi signals in respect to the location of each app user. Although I trust in provements will be made, so I give this app☆☆☆☆☆ until it proves me wrong
Location Sticks This app once worked great, now it only shows my location as being 30 miles from where I'm at. All of my other installed apps pick up my current location fine. Uninstalled and reinstalled and it still does not work right. Galaxy Note 2. I'm giving it One Star.
Not thorough The application is overall adequate. To be really useful, you need to load the offline database. If it doesn't load the first time it asks you, there is no way to force it to download. Does not show small business wifi's no matter how many times I tag them.
♥ Bug fixes - support for latest versions of Android OS and new devices