Mac-Friendly software update for hField WiFi Device

“Dead spots” in your WiFi coverage? hField Technologies has a solution it calls “Wi-Fire,” and the Mac version of its software has recently been overhauled.

Wi-Fire (US$59) is a gadget that plugs into the USB port of a computer and, according to hField, increases the range and speed of WiFi connections.

Although the gizmo works with other platforms, like Window and Linux, it has proven to be very popular in the Mac market, maintained hField Marketing Manager Blake Kleintop. “We were surprised at how overwhelmingly Mac users have adopted the Wi-Fire,” he told MacNewsWorld. “People just loved it.”

He acknowledged, however, that the Mac version of the software packaged with the device previously left something to be desired. “We needed to make some improvements,” he admitted. “There were some isolated areas where people would use the software, and it wasn’t performing as well as the hardware.”

In addition, the initial software offering wasn’t as Mac-like as it should have been, Kleintop confessed. “So we started from the ground up and put together something that we felt was up to the standard of our hardware and the high design standards of OS X,” he explained.
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