Nullriver’s NetShare reappears for sale in Apple’s App Store

After a brief unexplained hiatus, Nullriver’s NetShare is once again available in Apple’s App Store.

NetShare users can share their iPhone’s EDGE or 3G Internet connection with their computer. NetShare provided a SOCKS5 proxy to which your computer can connect.

Mac configuration instructions are included. Windows configuration instructions are forthcoming via Nullriver’s website and are planned to be included in the next update.

Get Nullriver’s NetShare for Apple iPhone via Apple’s U.S. App Store for US$9.99 here.
(All other countries, simply search for “NetShare” in iTunes Store.)

For illustrated instructions, see AppleInsider’s “Ten step guide to sharing your iPhone’s connection with NetShare” here.

MacDailyNews Note: To our MacBook Pros’ Verizon EVDO ExpressCard modems and their attendant $60/mo. fees: See ya!

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Aldarion” for the heads up.]


  1. I used the “Shark Modem” in CrapBerry once, and it complete sucks….
    It was almost completely useless. almost no site can be viewed in the computer because of the time outs and messenger experienced a lot of disconnections.

  2. I just downloaded it and set it up and it’s pretty cool.

    The only issue I have is that if the phone “goes to sleep” or you press the Lock button on the top, the network connection drops out. So in order to use this you have to find some way to prevent your phone from going to sleep or locking itself after 15 minutes.

  3. Yippee! Now I can surf Safari on my Mac as slow as on my iPhone! Saweet!

    What would be cool, though, is to use the headphone jack on the iPhone in the same manner as an AirPort express.

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