First release Sep 3, 2010.
Since the Android Market has limited space I figured I should start a blog about Wi-Fi Ruler. I am probably going to post an entry for each release. Also user comment can be tied to a specific version.
Here was my first draft for the 1.0 release blurb:
Want to make sure you never use that access point that seems to be good but actually asks for a web-based login? No problem, mark it as a “paywall” with Wi-Fi Ruler and you’ll never use it again.
Want to differentiate between two access points all both “linksys”. No problem with Wi-Fi Ruler.
You shouldn’t be clicking a lot of buttons to get a nice Wi-Fi connection. That’s what your droid is for!
Using this app, you can set up rules about access points as you come upon them.
But shortened it to:
A Wi-Fi manager that can do all the regular stuff plus:
* Connect to open access points as you walk by
* Not connect to “open” access points that are paywalls
* You can set connect priority
* Differentiate between two access points both called “linksys”