Boingo Releases Client for Mac

logoAs a Mac user, I sometimes feel left out of the party when it comes to certain software offerings. Also, as a new Boingo user (thanks to Jeremy Pepper for the account), I was glad to see they had clients for my Nokia mobile phone and N810 tablet. Now the service has become more useful as today they’ve announced the availability of a GoBoingo client for the Mac.

The client is especially useful as you don’t have to guess whether the hotspot in your airport of coffee shop is a Boingo-enabled one. The GoBoingo client does all the work and automatically signs you in, allowing you to surf straight away.

For those unaware, Boingo is a network of wi-fi access points that spans the globe with spots in airports, coffee shops (including Barnes and Noble), and other businesses. Their global plans start at a mere $22/month.