I am a long time android user, I've held the Motorola's Droid 1, 2, X2 and Samsung's Droid Charge and Galaxy Nexus (Not that this makes any difference but bear with me) One app that I really grew fond of is very similar to a tethering app but not exactly. In my area, both the cable and data network like to randomly quit working. I've been using an app called Open Garden which allows intranetworked devices to work together and share all their network connection resources rather than just piggybacking on one single internet connection from one device thus improving the overall network experience and making it less spotty.
Here's my question: I am considering making the move to an iPhone. Does anyone know of an app, even if it means having to jailbreak the device, that will do something similar to Open Garden?
asked Nov 08 '12 at 23:14
Open Garden says stay on Android! ;D
iOS support for Open Garden is intended for the future, but no distinct plans yet. The fact of the matter is that the Apple store is very restricting and developers who have attempted to create and share tether-like apps are always blocked. Our plan is to generate a huge Android base and perfect the app on that operating system first. Then we'll show Apple that its probably in their best interest to accept an Open Garden app for their market as well. Why are you thinking about iOS, anyway?