How to Find Free Wi-Fi Where Ever You Are In The World
Ever happened that you are travelling and you consumed all the data you had and roaming data is way expensive for you. So your best bet is to find some spaces with free Wi-Fi. Some places always have free Wi-Fi, no matter where you are in the world. My go-to spot for free Wi-Fi is the Apple Store — most major cities have at least one, where you’ll find an open network, air conditioning and no pressure to buy anything. So it will release the pressure of limited data plan and you can browse internet in peace with free WiFi.
If there’s no Apple Store in your area, Starbucks and McDonald’s also offer free Wi-Fi in almost all international locations. So if you’re traveling abroad and you don’t have a cellular data connection, you’ll need to first find Wi-Fi in order to find more Wi-Fi, which is not very convenient.
You can also use these brilliant apps to find free Wi-Fi spots if you are lucky enough. Instabridge (free, Android and iOS) is a Wi-Fi password-sharing community that auto-connects to nearby networks. It has a database of 3 million hotspots, which sounds like a lot but really isn’t when you go abroad. WeFi Pro (free, Android), on the other hand, has over 200 million hotspots, Awesome.