The speed of mobile Internet, if it meets the needs of the user iPhone, is quite expensive and not everyone can afford it. There is an alternative – free public Wi-Fi networks or shareware corporate ones. The point is small – you need to know the geographical location of such an access point. In today's review, we will take a look at the osmino Wi-Fi wireless navigator with free internet access. osmino Wi-Fi is an application for finding free wireless networks with open access to the Internet with a set of useful functions in the form of a car navigator and a connection speed tester. Launch the app, read the short (8 steps) guide, accept the user agreement, open osmino Wi-Fi access to your geodata and camera, and then wireless Wi-Fi networks with free Internet access that you never even suspected will appear on the map. The program is very simple, the interface is clear and intuitive. In addition to navigation and information about access points in osmino Wi-Fi, you will find information about the connection speed (download / upload), as well as statistics on your traffic. To assess the quality of the connection, a rating is available in the application. The car navigator in osmino Wi-Fi is able to plot a route to the specified access point, calculates the distance and approximate travel time either by car (on roads) or on foot (by the shortest route). The application also keeps statistics on the number of Wi-Fi points found, the number of reviews left, cellular and Wi-Fi traffic. The connection speed can be tested in a separate window, the response time, transfer and download speed are tested. In addition, osmino Wi-Fi supports augmented reality. Information about the nearest wireless networks is superimposed on the picture from the main camera. This somewhat simplifies orienteering in unknown terrain, but no more. In App Store osmino Wi-Fi is available for free, has an extensive database of public and corporate wireless networks with free or shareware (requiring some simple steps) Internet access. I myself would have used it with pleasure if it were not for a very aggressive method of monetization – the application is literally teeming with embedded ads (a through banner at the bottom of the screen, pop-up advertising windows with videos and a counter for 5 seconds). You can block ads, but for this, as you already understood, you need to pay.