Easywifi.com provides a web interface for you to find WiFi, download the Easy WiFi app for several mobile devices, and manage your Easy WiFi account. You can register for an Easy WiFi account using the Sign Up link, or, if you have used Easy WiFi before on your device, Sign In using your email address and password.
Map Pin Color and Quality
The map shows WiFi locations with a variety of colored "pins" with signal strength bars:
Blue pins are your personal WiFi coverage: Easy WiFi Network locations plus locations for any additional WiFi providers which you may have added.
Red pins are outside your coverage, and are only shown if the show other checkbox at the top of the map is selected.
Amber pins are newly discovered, untested locations which may become part of the Easy WiFi Network and turn blue!
The number of "signal strength" bars around a pin represents the general service experience which you are likely to have at any location: the best, most popular locations have 3 bars, while 1 bar might mean the location is used infrequently or is less capable.
Logged In And Logged Out Views
The map always shows locations which you can use in blue. If you have no account, or have not logged in, these blue pins will be Easy WiFi Network locations only. Once logged in, the map will update to add locations for any additional WiFi providers you may have in your account. If the show other checkbox is selected, all the rest of the networks outside your personal coverage are shown in red.
Once logged in, you can access your account through the Account tab above the map. The account manager has several views listed down the right side of the screen.
Here you can fill in your real name (to make communications to you more personal) and change your email address, timezone, and account password. Setting the timezone will help ensure the "Recent Connections" page shows the correct time.
You can select your communications preference here too, saying whether you wish to receive messages from Devicescape about Easy WiFi. Even with these messages switched off, you may receive important messages from time to time about your service.
My WiFi Networks:
This page lists all the WiFi accounts you may have under "my hotspot accounts" and your own personal WiFi hotspots you may have added under "my private networks". These likely need a little explanation!
Hotspot accounts are networks which need you to login each time with some form of credential such as a username and password. You likely have accessed them before by using a web browser and typing in the information. They could be commercial hotspots like AT&T or community networks like your university. Click add network to search for your provider in the list of thousands that Easy WiFi supports, then type in your account credentials. Easy WiFi stores your credentials securely on our servers and uses them to log you in automatically in the future.
Private networks are WiFi locations which you access with a security key. Typically these are home WiFi networks, but they could also be WiFi in your workplace or in small businesses. These types of WiFi network don't need you to login each time, as your device stores the key. While you don't need to add these private networks to Easy WiFi, it can be useful since all of your devices will be updated with your network information. If you change security keys, add WiFi networks, or add devices this can keep them in sync very easily. Click add network to create a new private network and supply the network name (SSID) and security key. Easy WiFi stores this securely on our servers and keeps all your devices in sync should changes occur. These private networks are never shared with the rest of the Easy WiFi community.
This page lists the devices you have registered with Easy WiFi. Although most people only have one device, you can have as many devices as you like in one account. Grouping them together lets you manage them together, ensuring that they all get convenient access to the same WiFi, that they're tracked together on one history list in Recent Connections, and that any updates you make to your WiFi networks (like changing providers or security keys) are applied consistently.
You can perform actions on a device by clicking edit, selecting a new state, and pressing update:
This page lists the WiFi connections you have made. Each entry shows the time when you made the connection, in addition to the network you used, the rough location, and the device you used.
Using the Web Interface
About the Easy WiFi Network
Join the Easy WiFi Network
How Easy WiFi Works
Where to Get More Help
Frequently Asked Questions
How Easy WiFi Improves Security
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