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2014-07-23 23:19:06

Connectify Hotspot, the leading PC software router is growing faster than ever, as it releases latest version. Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) July 22, 2014 Connectify has announced today that our flagship software router, Connectify Hotspot recently surpassed 65 million installs since launching in 2010. Over the last four years, we've seen Hotspot help users all over the world stay online across all their devices with the ability to easily turn any PC into a WiFi hotspot. In fact, adoption...

2010-09-28 07:00:00

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Connectify has released version 2.1 of its popular software routing application of the same name, which makes Wi-Fi access easier for people by allowing their Windows 7 computers to become Wi-Fi hotspots. With Connectify you can share expensive airport Wi-Fi with co-workers, create a hotspot in your ethernet-only hotel or dorm room, even extend the range of your home router. After downloading and installing the lightweight application,...

2010-03-22 09:34:00

LAS VEGAS, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- WHO: Alex Gizis, CEO, Connectify, the personal area network experts. Gizis will discuss and demonstrate how easy it is to connect to any number of Wi-Fi-enabled devices via laptops, phones, gaming systems and more. He will show how to make your Android phone act as a Wi-Fi hotspot that any computer can connect to without extra software or modifications. WHAT: Connectify, a...

2009-12-21 06:30:00

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Connectify announces Connectify 1.0 (http://www.connectify.me), a free software application for Windows 7 that turns any Wi-Fi enabled computer into a real wireless access point. Connectify users can share any Internet connection: a cable modem, a cellular card, or even another Wi-Fi network with any device that supports Wi-Fi. Connectify addresses a serious market need: since its beta release on October 27th, Connectify has had over 97,000...

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