It appears that another app has snuck into the App Store that allows tethering. QuasiDisk ($1.99) purports to be a filemanager for but it appears that in the most recent update over the weekend, it stealthily got the ability to tether via proxy. is usually pretty quick to pull these so you might want to jump on this if you are after some tethering without a carrier plan.[iframe width=”640″ height=”480″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/yNx6X4ZZFRA?rel=0″]
QuasiDisk is a simple file manager and file viewer allowing you to take any of your files, photos, documents with you on the go. You can add files to QuasiDisk over USB from iTunes File Sharing, over WiFi via a built in FTP server, or sync files with your iPhone,
QuasiDisk’s file viewer supports the following file types
Apple Pages Documents
Apple Keynote Presentations
Apple Numbers Spreadsheets
Microsoft Word Document
Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations
Plain Text Files
RTF Text Files
Supported Video types:
MOV, M4V, MP4 (anything with .h264 video and mpeg audio encoding with no DRM)
Supported Audio Types:
MP3, ACC, WAV (anything supported by iPod player with no DRM)
For filetypes that QuasiDisk cannot view, you can open externally in another app that might support it!
QuasiDisk has a built in FTP server to easily transfer files to your iPhone or iPod, and/or share them with friends/coworkers with ease. And with iCloud integration, don’t worry about leaving your iPhone at home, QuasiDisk will sync your files to every iPhone,, iPod Touch, or Mac you have, its magical!
What’s New in Version 1.1
– Added features to FTP server to specify username, password, port, and clarify running status.
– Added ability to share iCloud files with friends.
– Translations Added: DE, IT, FR, ES, PR
– Fixed crash when users had iCloud disabled
We will post QuasiDisk v1.1 crackedshortly. Please stay tuned.