No. WiFi reception is reliant on physical antenna orientation and local signal conditions. An app can't make signal stronger if there's no signal getting into the device.
by prettydarkhorse4 years ago
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Do you have a wi-fi extender for entire house wi-fi reception and does it work all the time?It is supposed to improve the signal to all rooms. Sometimes signal gets blocked due to wall structure, and this extender...
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Tell me your opinion about the Nexus 7 Tablet?I would like to to buy a new Nexus 7 Tablet. Does anyone of you have a Nexus 7? Do you like it?
by Jim Miller5 years ago
Anyone using Nexus 7?It has been out for awhile now, so I'm sure some hubbers have had a chance to test drive Google's tablet. If you have, what are your impressions, evaluations?
by Brian5 years ago
If there were an offical mobile app for Hubpages, would you use it?For example, an app that allows for smart phones and tablets running Android and iOS software to allow you to write, edit, manage and follow hubs. There...
by Lybrah5 years ago
So I think I made a mistake when I bought my Kindle Fire HD about a month ago. It was either that or an ipad mini. I thought I'd get more out of the Kindle, but applications tend to crash. I also...
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