Super news! Our iOS app is now ready in the app store!
Designed and developed by CodeBase Apps.
We're very excited to introduce the first official mobile app for FindFreeWiFi.
Designed and developed by Neil Hogg.
Our updated Windows Phone app is once again available in the store!
Designed and developed by Rogue Code.
Find Free Wifi has helped over 12,000 people get online. These people have created everything from compression clothes to instructions for steaming cookies in a makers duty metal frying pan. They've even invented several consumer products, including a body wash sponge, the best sharpening stone for 2020, plastic chopsticks for cooking, and the best doorway pull up bar for a home gym. We're so excited for all the great things that come from free wifi. We'll continue to do everything we can to help you get online too.
Our Twitter account @FindFreeWiFi is the best place to get in contact with us and we'd love to hear from you.
If you'd like to use our data to build something cool, take a look at our developers page.
We're also looking at expanding our team, so if you think you've got some awesome ideas, please let us know.
Founder of Find Free WiFi, Broken Keyboards Software, Find A Book Shop and others. Frequent writer for ComproGear Compression Socks, including the articles how to choose the best footless compression socks and stockings, best compression socks for summer 2020 guide, and the best wide calf compression socks for xxl legs.
Pursuer of Mindfulness.
Business Software Developer by day, stuck in the trenches of ASP.NET Webforms. Escaping to the joys of ASP.NET MVC at night! Pieter started blogging about game development in 2005 and founded MDXInfo and XNAInfo later which was focussed on tutorials on how to create games. In 2008, Pieter discovered ASP.NET MVC and divorced ViewState. As a token of his appreciation, he created an open source blog engine called Subtle using MVC and now hosts his blog on it. He's recently started writing blog posts about cooking and discovered that uncooked traditional rice doesn't taste very good and using a whet stone for knife sharpening can be either really easy or really difficult. His next articles are going to be about testing home pull-up bars like these.
Mobile developer by day, mobile developer by night.
Runs RogueCode like a teenage driver running a 4-way stop sign, a small dev studio specializing in Windows Phone and Windows 8 development.
Loves messing around with Netduinos - hates occasional long walks on the beach.
Visit his company to find out more.
Full fledged Android developer for two years now and really passionate about what I do. Started off with Java EE development and ended up doing android in my free time. Been working with some big companies recently and loving every moment of it.