Waifi: WiFi Hotspots Locator

Israel Nicolas 23-01-2010

Are you dead beat walking around looking for a wifi hotspot? Then you should check out Waifi. It is wifi hotspots locator that mapos all wifi hotspots in your area. You can view different hotspots and contribute to the website by adding other sources of wifi that you know.


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To search for a hotspot, enter the name of a country or a city in the search bar. Then navigate the map and find wifi markers. Clicking on the markers displays additional information including the type of place where the hotspot is (i.e. coffee shop, hotel, etc), the location, and the carrier. You can also click the “add wifi hotspot“ button, drag the marker to the correct location on the map, then complete the form to contribute to the website.

Waifi is a nifty app that allows you to become prepared so that you go to where you can get a wireless connection online instantly.


  • Locate wifi hotspots for a particular place.
  • Displays additional information regarding the hotspot.
  • Add other wifi hotspots to the map.
  • Free, no signup is required.
  • Similar Tools: WeFi, FreeHotspot FreeHotspot: Free WiFi Hotspot Finder Read More or read 5 Wi-Fi Hotspot Finders To Find Free Wi-Fi Spots Near You

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  1. Donna
    February 3, 2010 at 10:48 am

    It's a great idea, but this site seems to have been prematurely launched. Their feedback link doesn't work, but if it did, I would let them know that their service isn't all that useful, at least in my area. I live in CT and I looked up Westport, CT, for example. Only one hotel is identified. Sources of free WiFi like Starbucks, the library and Barnes & Noble, are not identified. Similarly, in Stamford, only two spots are identified and they don't include the library, Starbucks, Borders, Barnes & Noble, etc. Perhaps the site should have been launched on a regional basis.