Just yesterday, I was looking for an app or a tweak that would show the password of my saved WiFi networks but was unable to find any, although I’m pretty sure there is one out there. To my surprise, a new tweak just got released today that does the job nicely.
Going by the name WiFi Passwords List, the tweak allows you to view the password of the WiFi networks you’ve joined previously. Normally, iOS doesn’t allow you to view them and one way you can access them is through this new tweak.
Once you install it, a new standalone app is added to the Home screen where you can access a list of all the WiFi networks you’ve previously joined. Below each WiFi name, you’ll find the password associated with it.
Tapping on a WiFi network takes you to a new page where you’ll view the exact time you last joined the particular network along with other details that a technical person would understand.
The tweak is a great way of keeping track of the password of your saved WiFi networks in case you forget what they were when you have a new device or a laptop you want to connect. The only extra feature that I feel should be added to the app is password protection to keep it safe from unauthorized access.
If you’re looking for a way to find out the password of your saved WiFi networks then this tweak is a solid choice for you. It is available as a free package on Cydia’s BigBoss repo and supports iOS 9 devices.