How to Use Facebook to Find Free Wi-Fi Connection Anywhere

Facebook has introduced a new feature that will help people to find out if any open Wi-Fi connection is available nearby or not. Facebook called it “Find Wi-Fi” and it shows users a tailored hotspot map of their immediate area. In this article we will tell you How to Use Facebook to Find Free Wi-Fi Connection Anywhere.

How to Use Facebook to Find Free Wi-Fi Connection Anywhere

This feature will be helpful when you are out of data. This feature helps the user to search all available Wi-Fi hotspots that are near their location

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It is very easy to use this new feature of finding Wi-Fi. It will be more easy if you are in an area surrounded by hot spots. All you need to do is just head over to the “More” tab’s “Explore” section. There you will see the “Find Wi-Fi” option.

To access this option, you must allow the Facebook app to access your location in order to use the feature. Once the map pops up, you’ll be able to search the area for the closest connection point.

For a closer look you can also check this video,

Last year, Facebook tested this feature for iOS in a few countries. Now Facebook is releasing it to all users around the world on both iPhone and Android.

However, it will take some time to get this update in Pakistan. As Facebook has rolled out this feature around the globe. But we will get this update very soon.

Recently, Facebook has introduced New Privacy Tools For India to Promote Women Safety. This new feature will give users more control over their profile pictures.

For More Information Also Read: Facebook Introduces New Privacy Tools For India to Promote Women Safety

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.

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