Tethering your Android smartphone might have been a rather complex process before, but now it seems that June Fabrics, the folks behind PDAnet, have ported the handy app to Google’s Android. PDAnet is also available on Windows Mobile, PalmOS, BlackBerry and iPhone. Carriers probably won’t be too happy to hear that the free version of PDAnet is available on the Android Market, and will work on most websites, except for those with the https protocol, which you’ll need to get the paid version ($30) to get it to work. If you do decide to use this app, you might want to tread carefully as your carrier might not be too happy with you doing so.RELATED
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