Alternatives to TetherMe for all platforms with any license



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  • PdaNet icon


    PdaNet turns your smartphone into a true WiFi router for your computer (MAC or PC), and allows your laptop to go online wirelessly through the 3G network. Upgrading...

    Freemium Mac Windows Windows Mobile Android iPhone ... HP webOS Blackberry

  • iPhoneModem icon


    iPhoneModem enables you to share the Internet connection of your iPhone with your Mac or PC. It's a small and simple application that anyone can use in a few...

    Commercial Mac Windows iPhone

  • Foxfi icon


    FoxFi enables WiFi or Bluetooth Hotspot on your Android phone - no tether plan or rooting required! This is a new Android app with great reviews in Android Market....

    Free Android Android Tablet

    • Discontinued according to their website, they are now a part of pdanet
  • EasyTether icon


    Carrier-independent tethering for Android and BlackBerry smartphones. EasyTether supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux computers and Android tablets. Works over USB and...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android Blackberry ... Android Tablet BSD Blackberry 10 Kindle Fire

  • iTether icon


    iTether lets you tether your iPhone to other iOS devices, so that your iPod and iPad can share the internet connection of your phone. To use this application, you...

    Commercial iPhone

  • Mobile Hotspot

    Share your mobile connection via WiFi. Mobile Hotspot is a free alternative to Joikuspot - it turns your N900 into a wireless hotspot that can be used to access the...

    Free S60

  • Hotspotio icon


    Hotspotio is a slick Android application that allows you to share and connect to WIFI connections with your Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin connections in return for...

    Free Personal Android

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TetherMe Comments

A whole lot cheaper than everything else

about TetherMe and MyWi, PdaNet · ·

On the iPhone 4 in iOS 5, TetherMe can activate the built-in Personal Hotspot feature, so it can do pretty much the same thing as MyWi for $15 less (MyWi is $20 while TetherMe is $5). PdaNet is also like $30. PdaNet can apparently hide its unofficial tethering for your carrier, so I guess if you plan to tether a lot, it would be worth the extra $25. Otherwise, TetherMe is great.