Do you fly? Frequently? Then you are more than just fed up with the nuisance that is restricted internet at airports. But it seems that those days are to end soon. The free Wi-Fi at airports is now more accessible than ever.
The interactive map developed by Anil provides the network name, user ID, and password for Wi-Fi networks at 127 airports worldwide. It does not list every airport in the world (since not every single one of them provide Wi-Fi), but it is updated regularly.
Users also receive instructions on which location in the airport is the best spot for accessing the network. They are also given step-by-step instructions on how to access the network and input passwords as well.
The map is also available for offline use on Android phones and on iOS.
Android users can find the app in Google Play Store
iOS users will find the map in Apple Store
Anil encourages users sending in Wi-Fi networks and passwords to help further improve WiFox.