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Turn on or off your WIFI in a specified time. This free app WIFI Switch Timer supports to start or stop the WIFI on your device automatically.^^^^^^^^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< READ FIRST>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>^^^^^^^^^1. You may get notification ads or icon ads in this free version app to help us keep making great apps like this.2. Please give me some Feedback or give us 5 stars. Any problem, it is better to send feedback to us to get help than 1 star! I cannot answer your comments, please email me.^^^^^^^^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>^^^^^^^^^ ^^MAIN FEATURES^^1. This saves you some battery life.2. The UI is simple to use.3. Totally free for Android mobiles and tablets. ^^INSTRUCTIONS^^^Just turn off the wifi using the power control widget or the settings menu.^Whenever you set your wifi to off, you will be prompted to enter the time at which you would like your wifi to be turned back on.^The timer will always be initialized to the current time, so if you want to set the timer for two hours, just tap the hour + twice.^Once the timer has been set, a notification will appear in the notification bar indicating the time remaining. You can select the notification to adjust or cancel the timer. You can also cancel the timer at any time by simply turning the wifi back on using the power control widget or the menu settings.^You can also choose this app to switch your wifi off after a lap of time instead. Visit the settings to choose.^If you decide you don¡¯t want to be prompted anymore, just uninstall the application. Use this app to specify when you want your Wifi connection to start and stop automatically. A device that can use Wi-Fi may connect to a network resource such as the Internet via a wireless network access point. Such an access point may have a range of about 20 meters indoors and a greater range outdoors. Hotspot coverage may comprise an area as small as a single room with walls that block radio waves or as large as many square miles ¡ª this is achieved by using multiple overlapping access points.