It has been revealed over the weekend that Google is currently developing and testing a new Android application that has been created called WiFi Passport.
The new Google WiFi Passport application has been designed to enable users to connect their devices to citywide WiFi hotspots and is now currently being tested in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The new Google WiFi Passport application has been spotted accessing wireless networks within Jakarta where it is not easy to access speedy reliable Internet connections.
Google has partnered with MOGPlay to offer Android users in the region a range of wireless hotspots which can be accessed using the WiFi Passport Android application without the need to continually enter new login details as you transfer from one hotspot to the next.
The new service provided by Google and MOGPlay is currently available to Android users for free for 10 days worth of access and then costs 20,000 IDR (under-$2) for 20 days and 50,000 IDR (under-$5) for 50 days depending on your requirements.
The WiFi Passport created by Google is a fast, easy and affordable way to get your Android device online when you’re out and about in Jakarta. For more information about the Google WiFi Passport Android application jump over to the official Google WiFi Passport website for details.
Source: Google : TNW
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