Aug 01

This one was an odd find. Nullriver, the developers that originally created Installer, have released an 3G/EDGE tethering app for iphone called NetShare. This 10$ app lets you use your iphones internet connection to connect to the internet on your laptop when your somewhere with no Wi-Fi. Its inclusion in the app store is curious and it is unknown if this would go against AT&T’s agreements.

Update: it seems as if the app has since been taken off of the appstore.Â

Update 2: Here is a guide on how to set it up for mac users. (if you were able to grab it before it disappeared)

Update 3: For windows users guide go here or here. (i believe only for XP) *you must have Firefox to tether your iPhone 3G

8 Responses to “App Store- NetShare (updated x3)”

  1. Says:

    Great App! Someone should release a free one! :lol: from your Fans @

  2. Braden Says:

    Uh oh. It looks like it’s been taken down. I get “The item you’ve requested is not available”. Is anyone else getting that?

  3. Jon Says:

    ya it made me mad to cuz i had just about finished the guide and i went to check and found out it was taken off. :cry:

  4. Carlos Martins Says:

    … that would certainly be the first paid app I’d get from the App Store! :)

  5. Jash Sayani Says:

    Its still available (from p2p sites). If you want to SSH it into your iPhone.

  6. todd Says:

    You still can get it from direct link

  7. App Store - NetShare back online » iPhone Breaking News » iPhoneFreakz Says:

    […] comments The NetShare application released by nullriver yesterday is back up in the App Store. Here is the previous post covering the […]

  8. Handycapt Says:

    For owners of a Jailed iPhone there is no reason to pay 8€! for that app. Since 1.1.2 there are a lot of HowTos in the net explaining the same function.

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