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Instabridge killed the Wi-Fi password

“What’s your Wi-Fi password?” is one of the first things people now ask a friend when visiting their home, before navigating through a lengthy string of characters. But the Instabridge app automatically connects you to Wi-Fi networks via Facebook at the touch of a button.

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