Does nothing on unproctected and little otherwise This app seems to ignore unprotected access points. On protected ones the weblogin pop-up is not compatible with my Blue Coat / cfauth login server and goes straight to the error page. Also, I get spurious notifications when I am already connected.
great when it works....thats not always it only works on bootup or after i turn wifi on... doesnt automatically reconnect on my HP Touchpad(running CM9) after server times out.. but repeatedly reconnects every one or two mins on my samsung galaxy pro running on GB.. please fix these issues and i would be ready to pay for this...
I was skeptical that this would work for me with a slow browser login at a site I visit every week. This app works perfectly and seamlessly on both my Droid Turbo and Nexus 10. Wow, so so nice!
Doesn't work It did the trick twice at most. Now it's worthless and takes up space. Uninstalling. Keep looking & pass on this. Usually, nothing happens. 100% fail rate now.
After 2 days of searching for solutions this app fixed my problem. I am in a hotel with a browser login. The browser login screen popped up the first few days but eventually would not come up anymore. My S3 would connect but never obtain an IP address until it gave up. I put this app on and it connected first try automatically. For those that don't understand what this app does, some places have a wifi password but they also have a 2nd form of security. After you connect to the wifi you need to open your browser and enter the password again or maybe agree to terms and conditions. Regardless, if the 2nd window does not pop up you will never obtain an IP address. If you have other browswers installed I think your phone gets lost because sometimes I would have to use the internet browser and sometimes Chrome. Eventually it quit working all together till I installed this app.
Useful, free, and ad-free Brings up login page automatically every time at Peet's coffee - exactly what I want. I believe it is also working flawlessly at McDonald's. (ATT) Doesn't bring up the page at my work location, but I believe that is because my work site is presenting an authentication request rather than an HTML log-in form page. With so much variation in captive portals, I would imagine it's likely next-to-impossible to support all.