TetherMe for iOS7 finally released: Enabling free Personal Hotspot Tethring on iPhone and iPad
Recent arrival of jailbreak for iOS7 has made those tweaks, released last week by Apple mobile ecosystem, more famous and they are getting updated frantically. Its TetherMe today, which is a famous Hotspot app made to be fully compatible for iOS7, also it is boosted by support for the brand new devices having 64-bit A7processor.
iPhone and iPads do offer their typical feature personal Hotspot, but some of the carriers deactivate this feature , which forbids the users to use their cellular data for the mean of tethering, unless you pay them to activate the feature.
But this is not the case with TetherMe, it does not follow these rules. With it, you can easily set up your Hotspot the however you want, and it also works for the older versions of iPhone like iPhone 3G. So now you might be searching for your old handset, lying somewhere in the dusty cabinets, to use it as a makeshift Mi-Fi.
This feature is totally trustworthy and you can easily utilize it on your old set like iPhone 3G also like Wi-Fi and Tethering through USB and Bluetooth is also made easier.
If your current deal does not allow you to tether and your carrier has disabled it, then read this with rapt attention. People who tether without warning, their operators automatically upgrade their service plans and you might have to pay extra large amount of money, depending on the type of company with which you do business.
Due to the blessed upgrading, TetherMe works iOS4 through the iOS7. Its cost is $4.99. If you ask me, this app is a go-and-grab, for them who tether on their iOS devices.
TetherMe can be found at the BigBoss repository, in your default repo list, in case you haven’t manually removed it. Just tap the Search tab in Cydia, type there TetherMe and when the reboot is done, you are ready to use it.
If you’re in search of a substitute, then take a look at MyWi 7.0 for iOS7.