Monday, July 3, 2017

Facebook Find WiFi: How To Use Free WiFi Hotspot To Browse

   
   
Facebook has introduced a new feature called Find Wi-Fi to allow users locate available free Wifi networks around and connect to them easily. Facebook tested this feature sometimes last year in selected countries for iPhone users and it is now global. Both Android and iOS users can enjoy this and it's now rolled out to all countries and all age bracket. So no restrictions anymore.

HOW IT WORKS
It's no rocket science as it's built directly into the Facebook app itself, the Find Wi-Fi option shows a map of your location as well as listing all the companies, organizations or even individuals with free Wi-Fi hotspots or routers that you can connect to for free Internet access.

Moreover, if you are in a location where your mobile data is weak, you can use Find Wi-fi to look for available free wifi hotspot near you and connect.

HOW TO USE FACEBOOK FREE WIFI HOTSPOT

✔ Open your Facebook app
✔️ Click on the More tab and then Find Wi-Fi.
✔️ Once in the Find Wi-Fi tab, you may need to turn Wi-Fi on, if it isn't on already.

You can then browse the closest available hotspots on a map, and learn more about the businesses hosting them.

Note that it won't work on password protected WiFi around you. So those of you staying close to where there are free WiFi, this is yet another opportunity for free browsing.

Meanwhile, I think there is no big deal on this because even without Facebook, you can still connect to free WiFi. There are bunch of apps that can do that.
   
   
   
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21 comments:

  1. thanks oga wizy for ur informative update I have been using this for a long time.

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    1. How has the experience been going on ever since you started using this feature?

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  2. This is a welcome development but the inbuilt Facebook app uses much storage space and RAM so i hardly use it.

    As you had rightly said, there are lots of apps that can perform such function without having to install Facebook in our phones.

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  3. Thanks for Your informative article

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  4. Thanks wizy but didn't found since please help m out

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  5. It might not really looks appreciative at the moment but I believe ds people will slowly as times goes on add one feature that will make poeple start using it..
    All d same 9ce one..

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  6. Thumbs up @ wizy i'd try it out today and see😊
    Nice post!

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  7. Facebook always thinking ahead, they want you connected all the time. Microsoft has a similar thing on there windows 10 or so am not sure but it is a good development.

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  8. Wizy Wch app will u use to connect to d wifi

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  9. What about if the WiFi is passworded because in the company were I work we can not use it because of the password.

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    1. It's for free WiFi. Not the protected ones

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  10. This is a very good development from Facebook anyway I'm not going to update my Facebook app cuz it takes a lot of space and drinks much MB but this is very good update good for those that really have so much data to waist on Facebook app thanks so much for this update I don't really like anything that goes with Facebook app or their wifY thanks

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  11. its good development on the fb app , but I don't think I need it since I can use free WiFi without fb

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  12. Have seen it but there is no free Wi-Fi in my hood

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  13. Facebook should have made it possible for the app to crack password protected WiFi.

    I'm i saying the mind of every reader?

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    1. Yes Mr Paul, ure right... We need steps, method, ways, tutorial, requirements, guidelines to crack a password protected HotSpot or WiFi in particular....Regards Mr Wizy

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