In August of 2016, I released the first version of WiFox, an offline map of airport wireless and lounge passwords from around the world, on iOS. A month later, the Android version of WiFox became available. In that time, WiFox has been a trending app on Google Play and the 7th most popular travel app on iOS.
It’s been a busy year – WiFox 14.0 is out for iOS, 21.0 for Android – here’s some of what’s been going on, as well as a little sale, details below.
WiFox Around The Web
Currently available in over 30 languages, WiFox has been reviewed or mentioned by Mashable, lifehacker, TIME, The New York Times, plus a lot of other places. Many of you sent me emails with links of WiFox appearing in international publications for which I am grateful, thank you very much for your support.
WiFox now has over 920 airports with passwords and details on how to get online. (New wifi connection information is updated literally around the clock.) I continue to develop WiFox as well with added features, graphics, performance enhancements in each version.
Bundle Up With The foXnoMad Air Pack
On the App Store right now, WiFox is part of the foXnoMad Air Pack. You can download WiFox for half off when you purchase it with DroneMate (or the other way around). Current WiFox users can get 25% off DroneMate to complete the Air Pack bundle.
Those of you who’ve downloaded WiFox, if you’re happy with the app, I would really appreciate your 5-star review on Google Play or the App Store. You can also email me any feedback or feature requests as well.
I wanted to catch you up on WiFox since I don’t often get the opportunity to follow up here on foXnoMad. I also want to thank you all for your continued support of WiFox, the other projects I work on, and of course, the foXnoMad site. You are the reason I get to do what I love for a living as I get closer to my goal of visiting every country in the world.