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Boingo app update lets you bill your WiFi subscription to your iTunes account

We'll always take free WiFi first, or good LTE coverage, but sometimes there's just no alternative but to use a Boingo subscription. Boingo has around 600,000 hotspots around the globe, and with todays update to their iOS application, accessing them became a lot smoother.

The big news is that Boingo subscriptions can now be bought as an in-app purchase, and billed straight to your iTunes account. It isn't likely to help you getting your laptop online, but the $7.99 purchase will cover your iOS devices.

There's also a bunch of bug fixes and performances improvements thrown into the mix, but it really is all about the new, simple subscription method. Grab a copy from the App Store now, and let us know how you get on. Does this take the pain out of getting your Boingo on?

Richard Devine

Senior Editor at iMore, part time racing driver, full time British guy

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