BlackBerry to Mac tether solution TetherBerry now more stable

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TetherBerry is an app that everybody wants, but is still in its beta phase. The company has surely been getting a ton of user feedback and support questions, due to the complex nature of tethering.

They have been working hard over the past couple of weeks to make their Mac beta more stable and thanks to your feedback, they have released a new updated version. Unfortunately, this version is still only compatible with Mac OS X Leopard, but the next step is making it available for Tiger.

Sign up for the TetherBerry Mac Beta and try the latest updates.

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  • Collin

    Whatever became of BBCool’s contest for tetherberry?

  • Collin

    Whatever became of BBCool’s contest for tetherberry?

  • http://www.j2x.ca/ attila

    i don’t get the need. i tether my 8830e with leopard over bluetooth without any software and it works great.

  • http://www.j2x.ca attila

    i don’t get the need. i tether my 8830e with leopard over bluetooth without any software and it works great.

  • DavidB

    Be forewarned that the contract you signed with your wireless carrier (the USA “big four” at least) prohibts using your device and data plan in this way. Don’t believe me, read your contract. I’m not saying don’t try it out, and for an occasional use you just might get away with it, but if they figure out what you are doing (and they ALL can if they look) you risk additional data charges or termination of your service! ATT, TMO, Sprint, and VZW all REQUIRE in their contracts that you subscribe to a tethering plan from them in order to use your device data service for anything other than the device itself.

  • DavidB

    Be forewarned that the contract you signed with your wireless carrier (the USA “big four” at least) prohibts using your device and data plan in this way. Don’t believe me, read your contract. I’m not saying don’t try it out, and for an occasional use you just might get away with it, but if they figure out what you are doing (and they ALL can if they look) you risk additional data charges or termination of your service! ATT, TMO, Sprint, and VZW all REQUIRE in their contracts that you subscribe to a tethering plan from them in order to use your device data service for anything other than the device itself.

  • DavidB

    Be forewarned that the contract you signed with your wireless carrier (the USA “big four” at least) prohibts using your device and data plan in this way. Don’t believe me, read your contract. I’m not saying don’t try it out, and for an occasional use you just might get away with it, but if they figure out what you are doing (and they ALL can if they look) you risk additional data charges or termination of your service! ATT, TMO, Sprint, and VZW all REQUIRE in their contracts that you subscribe to a tethering plan from them in order to use your device data service for anything other than the device itself.