WifiTap WiFi NFC

WifiTap WiFi NFC


Ever been at a friends house and wanted to use his Wi-Fi? It's a hassle to enter the Wi-Fi credentials and most of the time your friend might not even know them anymore.

With this app installed you can just hold your mobile device close to a NFC Tag your friend placed at his homes entrance or anywhere else inside. The network stored on the tag will then automatically be added to your list of known networks and an attempt to connect to it will be started. No click required. The app does not even have to be started.

If you don't have NFC tags you can generate a QR code and use any QR code reader in the market to read the data. As long as WiFi Tap is installed it will handle that data when opened and add the WiFi to the list of known networks.

The app processes URIs in the format of wifi://[network ssid]/[wep|wpa|open]/[network key]

To write a Wi-Fi configuration to any compatible NFC tag this app has an easy to use interface, which lets you do that. Just start it via the launcher. For tag types I recommend “Mifare Ultralight (C)” tags. They are cheap and have enough space for storing Wi-Fi data. They can also be made read only (coming in a future version of this app)

You can buy tags e.g. at http://www.tagage.net/

Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WiFiTap

Recent changes:
1.5:
- Crash fixes
- Connect to network if scanning already known network
1.6:
- On ICS also write AAR (Android Application Record) to tag so that when scanning the tag the user will be sent to the Play Store to install the app if not installed.
- Use light theme
- Bug fixes
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
126
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
65 kb
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About WifiTap WiFi NFC
Ever been at a friends house and wanted to use his Wi-Fi? It's a hassle to enter the Wi-Fi credentials and most of the time your friend might not even know them anymore.

With this app installed you can just hold your mobile device close to a NFC Tag your friend placed at his homes entrance or anywhere else inside. The network stored on the tag will then automatically be added to your list of known networks and an attempt to connect to it will be started. No click required. The app does not even have to be started.

If you don't have NFC tags you can generate a QR code and use any QR code reader in the market to read the data. As long as WiFi Tap is installed it will handle that data when opened and add the WiFi to the list of known networks.

The app processes URIs in the format of wifi://[network ssid]/[wep|wpa|open]/[network key]

To write a Wi-Fi configuration to any compatible NFC tag this app has an easy to use interface, which lets you do that. Just start it via the launcher. For tag types I recommend “Mifare Ultralight (C)” tags. They are cheap and have enough space for storing Wi-Fi data. They can also be made read only (coming in a future version of this app)

You can buy tags e.g. at http://www.tagage.net/

Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WiFiTap

Recent changes:
1.5:
- Crash fixes
- Connect to network if scanning already known network
1.6:
- On ICS also write AAR (Android Application Record) to tag so that when scanning the tag the user will be sent to the Play Store to install the app if not installed.
- Use light theme
- Bug fixes

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 4, 2015
Used to work but seems to not been updated in a while so doesn't work on my new phone
A Google User
Apr 30, 2015
Just okay. Function replaced with built in GS5 functionality (hold access point name in WiFi screen)
A Google User
Apr 22, 2015
Nice app Works like a charm. Thanks
A Google User
Jan 19, 2015
Not working Unfortunately wifi tap has stopped. S5 lollipop. Please solve this issue this is one of the best application for nfc tags. Thank you.
A Google User
Jan 19, 2015
Pointless Unless your guests have this app installed on there phone this is pointless as all it does is direct them to play store to install the app! This is not much use if your not connected to the Internet in the first place! I have tried many of these NFC apps and so far all have the same limitation completely defeats the object.