As a business traveler, you have a lot to worry about even when you’re off the job: flights to catch, expenses to track and family members to stay in touch with. Next time your jobs calls for you to make a business trip, give one of these 10 apps a try to make your life on the road a whole lot easier.
It’s hard to imagine traveling these days without using our smartphones. Navigating a new city, looking up places to eat, Instagramming trip highlights; our mobile devices are opening up a world of possibilities that make travel cheaper, easier and more fun—all from the palm of our hands.
Yet, sometimes this reliance on our phones while on the road turns into an unexpected travel cost itself, if we’re not careful. We’ve all come back from a holiday to an absurd 3G bill because we weren’t disciplined or even aware of the cellular data we were using.
Cutting back on mobile data usage is surprisingly easy, though, if you know a few key tricks. Next time you’re traveling, try these 5 tips to save on data charges and enjoy the savings to come!
There’s good news for Mumbaikars looking to stay connected on their morning commute! The ambitious collaboration between Google and RailTel will soon be expanding its free WiFi from the inaugural location at Mumbai Central to several other key stations around the metro area.
Stations including CST, Bandra terminus, Thane, Vashi, Dadar, Kalyan, Kurla, Borivali, Churchgate and Panvel will be rolling out complimentary high-speed WiFi shortly, reports say. Users will be able to enjoy free WiFi for up to an hour, after which they will be charged to keep using the service.
Here at WiFire, we’re striving to enable seamless Internet connectivity for users wherever they go. We believe that, with the growing popularity of mobile phones and public WiFi hotspots, connecting to the Internet while on-the-go should be quick, easy and affordable.
We aim to make reliable public WiFi as accessible as possible, but we realize that our users still often access the Internet via 3G/4G in their day-to-day lives. Many people burn through their data packs without knowing it, allowing mobile apps that aren’t even in use to make requests to use the Internet.
The culprits are common—news aggregators, social networking apps, among others—and the solution is simple, but the issue is largely going unaddressed for most users.
Today we are excited to announce our new widget and in-app feature called DataWall, which both allow users to have more control over their mobile data usage and make their data pack last longer. The widget is available for all Android devices, and DataWall is available on Android version 5.0 and above.
Let’s dive into how these two features work within the new-and-improved WiFire design:
If you’re founding a new startup or you’re a freelancer looking for a reliable place to work, there are several affordable options in coworking spaces around the city. Depending on your budget, location and the amenities you want, check out our list of the Top 5 Coworking Spaces in Bangalore.
Over the past few months, India has seen an influx of free WiFi hotspots pop up in hopes of improving WiFi accessibility for the country’s increasingly plugged-in population. In light of these recent developments, here is our list of the Top 5 ways to connect to free WiFi while on-the-go in India.
Don’t miss these 10 apps that every woman should have, from health & fitness and online shopping to productivity and personal safety. Enjoy!
Nike Training Club – A personal fitness app meets social network, Nike Training Club is a phenomenal resource for women looking to stay fit in a fun, social way. Choose from over 100 workouts created by Nike’s Master Trainers, share updates with friends and stay on track to your fitness goals.
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Mobile apps aren’t only about socializing, gaming and shopping; you can also use them to save a lot of money in your everyday life!
Whether finding you the best deals, easily earning you rewards or giving you access to free things, check out how these 10 apps will help you do exactly that.
Nearbuy – Formerly Groupon, this is a must-have to find the best local deals. From restaurant offers and weekend activities to concerts and events, you can find some amazing discounts around your city using Nearbuy.
Whether you’re headed to a new city on business or are coming to the country for the first time, traveling in India can be overwhelming. There are dozens of travel apps out there to help you find deals, book tickets and discover attractions while exploring new places in the subcontinent, but it’s hard to separate the useful from the mediocre.
To save yourself some time, check out our top 10 travel apps to use in India and spend more time actually enjoying your trip instead of planning it.
Helpchat – Personal concierge apps like HelpChat make you life easier wherever you are, but are especially useful when you’re visiting a new city. Use this app to do anything from booking cabs and finding transportation deals to recharging data and ordering food—all in one place.
Whether you’re in the middle of your first year or about to graduate, check out this list of the top 10 best mobile apps that all students should have in order to succeed in school—and stay happy and healthy in the process.
Google Keep – For a busy college student, this is a must-have app to organize daily to-do’s, set reminders and collaborate on tasks with others. Includes features such as transcribing voice memos, color-coded labeling and more.