SWARM - Automatic WiFi

SWARM - Automatic WiFi


Automatic, no hassle, WiFi detection, selection and connection, at the most optimal time and place. Always be connected!

Why search for available Wi-Fi on your own when SWARM can do it for you? Why burn through your data plan when Wi-Fi is available? Concerned about a specific network? Just add it to SWARM's ignore list and it's gone! Discover and then avoid those pesky Captive Portals and opt-in to them when you want.

SWARM v1.6 capabilities include:

- Continuous consideration of the most optimal network, even in the background
- Automatic detection, selection, and connection to available Wi-Fi networks
- Ignore list for avoiding unwanted connections
- Captive portal
-- Paywall identification.
-- Auto-disconnect.
-- Allow List for preferred Captive Portal networks
- Power saving calibration tool
- No Ads!


We'd love to hear from you! Contact the Forager Networks team with your questions and comments, as well as any technical issues you might have experienced while using SWARM: [email protected]

Tags: WiFi, Wi-Fi, Auto, Internet, Internet connection, Wireless, Connectivity, Cellular, Data, Access Point

Recent changes:
SWARM v1.7.2
- Revised state machine. Incorporates new Wifi states from Android libraries
- Bug fixes

SWARM v1.6.6
- Updates to receiver state, now listens in the background, always searching for better connections.

SWARM v1.5 capabilities include:
- Captive portal / paywall detection optimizations

SWARM v1.3 update includes:
- Bug fix to displayed text on aggression bar.

SWARM v1.2 capabilities include:
- Core capabilities introduced
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Free
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3.6
User ratings
16
Installs
500+
Concerns
1
File size
472 kb
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About SWARM - Automatic WiFi
Automatic, no hassle, WiFi detection, selection and connection, at the most optimal time and place. Always be connected!

Why search for available Wi-Fi on your own when SWARM can do it for you? Why burn through your data plan when Wi-Fi is available? Concerned about a specific network? Just add it to SWARM's ignore list and it's gone! Discover and then avoid those pesky Captive Portals and opt-in to them when you want.

SWARM v1.6 capabilities include:

- Continuous consideration of the most optimal network, even in the background
- Automatic detection, selection, and connection to available Wi-Fi networks
- Ignore list for avoiding unwanted connections
- Captive portal
-- Paywall identification.
-- Auto-disconnect.
-- Allow List for preferred Captive Portal networks
- Power saving calibration tool
- No Ads!


We'd love to hear from you! Contact the Forager Networks team with your questions and comments, as well as any technical issues you might have experienced while using SWARM: [email protected]

Tags: WiFi, Wi-Fi, Auto, Internet, Internet connection, Wireless, Connectivity, Cellular, Data, Access Point

Recent changes:
SWARM v1.7.2
- Revised state machine. Incorporates new Wifi states from Android libraries
- Bug fixes

SWARM v1.6.6
- Updates to receiver state, now listens in the background, always searching for better connections.

SWARM v1.5 capabilities include:
- Captive portal / paywall detection optimizations

SWARM v1.3 update includes:
- Bug fix to displayed text on aggression bar.

SWARM v1.2 capabilities include:
- Core capabilities introduced

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Awesome Does exactly what it says. My one complaint is the lack of blacklist options. If you could set it to a whitelist mode to automatically connect between a predefined list of networks, the app would be less of a security risk.
A Google User
Mar 6, 2014
Security vuln There is a reason phones don't auto connect to open wifi, it is a security vulnerability for mitm. Instantly removed.
A Google User
Mar 4, 2014
Good app Picks up every WiFi signal and connects you instantly if there's free WiFi around you
A Google User
Jan 30, 2014
Worry free wifi management I highly recommend you install for wifi peace of mind. I have 35+ years of Technology experience.
A Google User
Jan 22, 2014
Update. Developer responded promptly Awaiting new release to fix crash issues. It is a great concept. Looking forward to reinstall.