Wifi Booster

Wifi Booster

Have you had problems with your Wi-Fi signal? If yes, now there’s an app that promises to solve your issues easily and quickly.

Look closer at Google Play and you will discover a small-sized application called Wifi Booster. It is just 565 KB in size and will get downloaded and installed in no time. When it does you will see a simple interface with a single Wi-Fi button inside and two at the bottom – one to exit the application and another to see offers. Quite honestly the former is obvious at what it does while the latter does nothing so let’s get back to the main button.

Press it and it will start scanning the environment and then boost the Wi-Fi signal. Now if we have to be honest with you we will say that we did not see any changes in the quality and strength of the Wi-Fi signal so it seems as if Wifi Booster is just another miracle solution that in reality does nothing.

Then again it may be able to help in your circumstances so take a look at it here and decide for yourself. The app is also free so it won’t cost you a penny too.

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