Welcome to the largest wifi community!
Download Instabridge now and join the world's most popular app for finding and auto-connecting free wifi. The Instabridge app acts as a “SIM-card for Wi-Fi”, allowing you to seamlessly connect to wifi spots that have been shared by other members of the community. As soon as you download Instabridge, you can connect to a range of free wifi spots, where ever you are, keeping you online for free.
★ Get free Wi-Fi connections in all big cities
★ No data limitation, no cost
★ Auto-connect to wifi as soon as available
★ Pre-map your next destination offline
★ Save your friends money by sharing your wifi privately
★ Become the loved one by helping the world to connect
What others are saying about Instabridge:
"Instabridge is a Swedish company that’s invented something so simple, and so awesome, that you’ve got to wonder what took this industry so long!"
“Today’s application is, simply, exceptional. It's a brilliant idea, an excellent solution and executed perfectly. I'm in love.”
El Android Libre
"Instabridge is an elegant solution"
"A simple interface allows friends to get access without having to type in a convoluted string of numbers and letters from a scrap of paper."
With 3 million secure, up-to-date free wifi spots and hotspots, plus wifi passwords on your phone, get instant access to Internet in: New York, San Francisco, Chicago, United States; London, United Kingdom; Madrid, Spain; Stockholm, Sweden; Paris, France; Brasília, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Istanbul, Turkey; Moscow, Russia; Berlin, Germany; Kiev, Ukraine; Rome, Italy; Bucharest, Romania; Vienna, Austria; Hamburg, Germany; and many, many other cities.
Important: Note that Instabridge is not for Wi-Fi tethering nor is it a Wi-Fi hacker tool and cannot be used for Wi-Fi hacking in any way. Instabridge syncs wifi passwords between your own devices and to people you have chosen to trust.
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- Fix of reported crashes (users feedback)