Surfing the web on your iPhone 3G may be a pretty enjoyable experience, but it’s still not enough to replace the full desktop or notebook experience. That’s why it was so utterly fantastic when NetShare first arrived in the App Store, effectively transforming your iPhone into a wireless router. The HSDPA connection was translated into Wi-Fi, allowing any notebook in the area to latch on and surf at will.
Well, it turns out that there is an even better wireless tethering application for the iPhone 3G than the now unavailable NetShare. PDAnet offers much of the same functionality, transforming your iPhone into a Wi-Fi hotspot, but it’s supposed to be pretty easy to use and relatively stable. Naturally, it could not be approved for the App Store, so you’ll need a jailbroken iPhone to run this.
Full instructions on how to configure and install PDAnet can be found here. Tether away!