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 v1.7.3
- Introducing infusion algorithm. Now when you indicate any setting; Ignore Captive Portal, Enable Captive Portal, and Back List, it will be propagated to any adjoining Access Point as you move.

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.
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3.8
User ratings
21
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
526 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 v1.7.3
- Introducing infusion algorithm. Now when you indicate any setting; Ignore Captive Portal, Enable Captive Portal, and Back List, it will be propagated to any adjoining Access Point as you move.

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.

User reviews of SWARM - Automatic WiFi
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Lean, fast Wi-Fi connect I've used several Wifi auto connect apps, and so far SWARM is my favorite by far. Reliably auto connects me to available open networks, even with my Republic Wireless Moto X in my pocket, and avoids those which won't dispatch me an ip address. Note if you find yourself disconnected from your home network, your phone's system software may have a wpa bug like mine. Try disabling wpa, that solved the issue for me. This IS NOT SWARM's fault.
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.