WiFire was recently featured in NDTV’s Gadgets360 for its work in connecting users to free public WiFi hotspots across India. The article talks about how cellular networks in India can be quite unreliable at times and in such cases, a great solution could be connecting to free public WiFi hotspots,while on the go. This is not an easy task in itself. And while there are a few apps that do the same thing, this is what the article has to say: “There are plenty of apps that do the same thing but some are spammy, some are scammy, and many of them don’t have a great database of Wi-Fi networks in India. WiFire is not like those apps.”
The blog reviews both the Android and the iOS app and talks about how simple it is to connect to free WiFi in India, using the app. “We also tested the app at the airport – the Wi-Fi network there needs you to log in with an OTP, and WiFire actually lets you automate this whole process. That part was pretty great” is what it had to say about connecting to WiFi at airports. In the end, the article also mentions who could benefit most from the app: “This app could be very useful for people visiting India from other countries, particularly those who don’t have a local SIM.”
WiFire currently helps to discover and connect to 6000+ free public WiFi hotspots across India – including airports, all railway stations that offer RailTel’s Railwire WiFi, Starbucks, Mc Donald’s and loads of cafes and restaurants. What are you waiting for? Download the app now. Trust us, you will love it!