Facebook "Wi-Fi Find" anyone can use.Facebook expands the scope of the new "Wi-Fi Find" feature, which allows users to find free and public Wi-Fi networks.As you will remember, Facebook, which began testing the "Wi-Fi Find" feature last year on the mobile, limited that feature to a test only on selected countries for iOS users.Facebook announced yesterday that they shared this feature with their users on both iOS and Android. The Wi-Fi Find feature seems to be even more useful when traveling for users, especially in areas where the cellular data network is limited. If you want to access this feature, just visit the "More" tab of the Facebook mobile app. After you enable the "Find Wi-Fi" tab, you might think that Facebook needs to use this feature. It then provides you with a map that shows you the nearest Wi-Fi points and information about the companies that Wi-Fi belongs to.One of Facebook's acquisitions is that Facebook's users, who reach 2 billion per month, spend more time on the social network. The other is that it competes with Google Maps because it helps you find local businesses like cafes and restaurants. One of the remarkable gains is to make it easy for Facebook to keep up with you; If you do not allow location sharing in the app to use the Wi-Fi Find feature, you need to switch to the persistent sharing setting.Facebook is spending a lot of time with large-scale projects on how to connect international users. Internet.org and drone's that work with solar energy are some of them. More internet access means more users.
TagsFacebook Wi-Fi Find anyone can use. As you will remember Facebook which began testing the Wi-Fi Find feature last year on the mobile limited that feature to a test only on selected countries for iOS users. Facebook announced yesterday that they shared this feature with their users on both iOS and Android The Wi-Fi Find feature seems to be even more useful when traveling for users especially in areas where the cellular data network is limited.