-Cell phone application: WiFi Finder, Jiwire INC.
As an undergraduate student, I always find the best and cheapest applications to help my journalism career and my budget. WiFi Finder, Jiwire INC., is an application I ran into by just surfing the Market Apps store on my Android. My phone is not the newest IPhone like most students I see at the University of Arizona, but it’s a good and relievable phone that never lets me down.
As a student, I’m always on a budget and an application that is reliable and that works well is a must find. Well, the WiFi Finder, Jiwire INC. application is a few applications provided on the Web. All I had to do was search WiFi Finder and I suddenly got a dozen choices. My next step was to look at the ratings of the applications that I got on the search list. I look at the highest rating once and the once that are free. The rating for this application is a 4.3 average star rating; that is a much higher rating than normal. The next step was to look at the comments and they all seemed pretty convincing. The last thing I searched between three different WiFi applications what the amount of MG that is needed to install it on my cell phone. Why is that? Because if anybody adds an App that takes a lot of space like a 2.18 MG it will take more memory space on my phone, rather than .96 MG like it was with the WiFi Finder, Jiwere INC.
Finally, that testing moment! I do download the application and it worked better than I was expected. The App has only four different buttons to use from and they are simply to understand: Wi-Fi Scanner, Public Wi-Fi near me, Search Wi-Fi Directory and Favorites. One thing that I liked about only having to use four search buttons, is that its not complicated to understand and use. They application works just great. It gives the exact location to the nearest Wi-Fi stop, the Wi-Fi location that is free or charges, I can save the Wi-Fi spot under favorites, and I can see the locations address.
This application will be very helpful to all journalists, and anybody in general, to find the nearest free Wi-Fi spot the do journalism work on the Internet.