Public WiFi domains, passwords and posts The 4MoWi service has created its own public domain for every WiFi network. Every WiFi domain has space for Main (profile) card, WiFi password and a Board (wall) for further cards and comments. Anybody can add information to any WiFi domain where it will be seen by others. 4MoWi is a registrar of WiFi domains and the author of two apps for their easy use, "infoWiFi" and "qrWiFi". WiFi domains are an unrestricted alternative for presentation and communication with the neighborhood where you travel or have your activities. It may be used commercially as well without any restrictions. Anybody can register any four WiFi domains for free, forever.
qrWiFi is designed to make use of the information contained in WiFi network names. It turns WiFi names into active links and identifies URLs, e-mail addresses and phone numbers in them. qrWiFi can also search for a WiFi network name on the internet. Out of additional information attached to a WiFi domain, qrWiFi can read and edit the password and the URL of the main (profile) card.
WiFi networks often contain useful information right in their names. With qrWiFi you can easily log the networks and use them.
Are you tired of constantly having to tell the password to your WiFi or to constantly look for another WiFi network password? Find it or share it directly on every WiFi domain.
The apps don't need permanent internet connection, they log scanned WiFi networks, posts and passwords. You can browse your log on 4mowi.com.
The application was tested for use by blind and sight-impared users.
We recommend to also install infoWiFi for making full advantage of WiFi domains. The infoWiFi app is the main app for using WiFi domains, also enabling their registration. It serves as a recorder, reader and editor of information attached to individual WiFi networks. In the app you can browse individual scanned WiFi networks and posts on their walls, WiFi passwords or encountered posts and tags.
More information on 4mowi.com.
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Very bad apppp I never seen before this worst app in my life