4 apps to find password from public Wi-Fi networks

There are a number of apps that allow you to discover the password of public Wi-Fi networks available for iPhone (iOS) and Android that feed on user-shared data: their lists are constantly updated and very useful for frequent but not frequent travelers, wants to spend your data packet browsing 4G.

4 apps to find password from public Wi-Fi networks

4 apps to discover password from public Wi-Fi networks

Here we list four apps to discover password of public Wi-Fi networks, which bring data shared by users. This list does NOT contain apps that offer you passwords for private networks, whether home or commercial.

1. WiFi Password Recovery (Android)

WiFi Password Recovery ( play.google.com ) is not meant to discover passwords for public networks, but it offers a really nice feature, which is to recover the password from a Wi-Fi network that you have already used, but for some reason forgot. However, it requires root to have access to deep data from the phone. It’s free with in-app purchases.

2. Instabridge (iPhone, Android)

Instabridge (apps.apple.complay.google.com ) is an app that lists public network names and passwords shared by users. The app is basically a social network that ranks the users who contribute the most to the platform. It maps connections by region and allows you to download dedicated maps, a good tool for those who need to travel. It’s free, with in-app purchases on Android.

3. WiFi Map (iPhone, Android)

WiFi Map too ( apps.apple.complay.google.com ) is another app that links public Wi-Fi networks with passwords shared by users. It has a catalog of over 100 million access points worldwide, allowing you to search nearby networks for signal quality, and allows you to share data on social networks. It’s free with in-app purchases.

4. osmino WiFi (iPhone, Android)

Osmino Wi-Fi ( apps.apple.complay.google.com ) has a very useful feature, which is to automatically connect the user to the network selected in the app. It also has a network map function, which remains available even offline, has 20 million registered access points and also offers a connection speed test. It’s free with in-app purchases.

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