How To Get Free Wi-Fi Anywhere On Your Android

Nowadays, Wi-Fi can be found anywhere, but the free Wi-Fi is not always available. Here are our tips and tricks to help you to find and connect to a free Wi-Fi while you are on the go, or in a small coffee.

Use the scanner

This feature let you know if a Wi-Fi connection is secured or not. Just go to Settings > Wi-Fi and search for the connections labeled ‘open’ or ‘unsecured’ and connect to it. If it fails, you should note that a connection to a secured network is just a password away. So, the important thing before getting connected is using your scanner and keep your eyes peeled.

Use Facebook “Find Wifi”

The Facebook app comes with a new feature, called Find Wifi. When using this feature, you can find nearby sources of free, public Wi-Fi. Simply launch the Facebook app, tap the More tab and choose “Find WiFi” on your Android device. Choose from a list of Wi-Fi available in your area, and check the network names.

Hit the library

If you live near a library or have your lunch there, you can always get a free Wi-Fi for a limited time. Also, don’t forget to stroll in and grab a slip of paper, however, the Wi-Fi password is sometimes written at a visible place for the public use.

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Install and use a crowdsourced Wi-Fi database app


Instabridge is a great app which will have crowd-sourced Wi-Fi connections and passwords compiled into a network of millions. The best thing in this app is it also includes secured connections, and if one person paid for that overpriced, everyone can together enjoy the connection.


WeFi is another app that can automatically connect you to any free Wi-Fi in your area. The free Wi-Fi is combined from resources of millions of users, who know where there’s strength. With the download turns up to seven million and hundreds of millions of hotspots, WeFi is absolutely a great app to get the right coverage where you are.

These are some common ways to get a free Wi-Fi near you. How do you get free Wi-Fi? What do you usually do in case there is no Wi-Fi? Let’s know in the comment below.

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