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Italy is launching a free wi-fi app that will connect across the country with a single log-in

Italy is launching a free wi-fi app that will connect across the country with a single log-in.

The world should get ready for something big and more interesting from Italy. The Italian government is doing it’s best to make it easier for both tourists and residents of it’s country to gain access or connect to free wifi across the country with just a single log-in.

The app is called Wifi Italia. The app has both Italian and English language options, and has been launched in tourist hotspots including Rome, Milan, and Tuscany.

The Italian Ministry for Culture plans to use the new app as a tool for tourism, allowing visitors to use the app to book tickets for destinations like museums and research different sights more easily.

The Wifi Italia app is available on Google Play and the App Store, but it has received mixed reviews. Italian newspaper Repubblica called the app a “flop” due to connection issues in Rome and Milan. The app will be updated in the coming months for better coverage.

Italy has some of the slowest average internet speeds in Europe, The Local reported, so it might take a while for the Wi-Fi app to catch up.

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