Disables WiFi if no trusted networks are nearby or if your driving.
Download Smart WiFi Kill for PC or MAC and run the app on big screens to enjoy a better user experience. Below you will find the info on Smart WiFi Kill and steps on how to install Smart WiFi Kill on PC and download links to all the available versions of Smart WiFi Kill.
Protect your privacy and data and only connect to Trusted Networks! Simply add your trusted networks to the Trusted Network list in the app and only when one or more of those networks are nearby will your WiFi actually enable. Use the wildcard 'any' to connect to any network the name only. Or be extremely restrictive and only enable your WiFi when a network with the same name AND mac address is nearby.
Anyone that has left their WiFi on while driving knows how annoying it is when your trying to do something on the phone that requires network connectivity to only find out you device can't access the resource. This is because WiFi does not implement Mobile IP (as oppose to 4G/LTE). When your device switches between two WiFi hotspots or between a WiFi hotspot and a 4G/LTE network, your device looses all context what it was doing and needs to re-establish the session.
Disables WiFi when driving.
Disables WiFi if no trusted networks are nearby.
Does NOT use GPS to determine if your driving.
Add Trusted Network by name and/or MAC Address.
Comprehensive logging (e.g. When driving started, WiFi enabled/disabled, etc).
Notification for quick access and status of device/app.
Battery Saver mode to only scan for networks when screen is on.
Below are few easy instructions to download and install Smart WiFi Kill on PC and you can follow the same if you have a MAC. We will be using an Android emulator for this process. Several good Android emulators on the internet let you emulate an Android device and run Android applications. You can install an Android app on to emulator via .apk file or from Google Play Store, if you would like to skip logging in to Google first option works best.
Happy gaming in case you are playing Android games on PC.