Apple’s AppStore team might be bad to some developers, but they are pretty good to some as well, especially while checking the applications without making it live on the App Store platform for all the users. We have seen a couple of application entries that have been launched in App Store while violating Apple’s App Store rules, but didn’t survive for the couple of hours after getting the promotion from the media. In the last few span of time, there are coupled of tethering apps landed in the App Store that allow users to tether their iPhone internet for free without any extra charges.

There is a new app recently landed on the App Store platform for the iPhone users, and which anonymously carries the tethering feature inside the core of the application, and lets you to share your iPhone internet with your other devices without paying any extra buck to your network provider. The new app developers silently managed to fool Apple’s App Store checking squad, and made their title available in the App Store.

The new app is available in the App Store right now with the name of QuasiDisk, basically from its name and other preference it seems to be a simple file manager for the iPhone and other iOS devices, but alongside this, it also carries the feature of the internet tethering for iPhone users, and quietly allow users to share their data network with their machines. There is a video embedded below in the post that shows you how to make it work for you.

As you can see in the video, the actual tethering process is not easy but seems to be a good option if you don’t want to jailbreak your device, and still wants to enjoy the tethering option on your iPhone without wasting any monthly charges. The new application, QuasiDisk is available in the App Store for $1.99, if you want to cheat your network and to get the advantage of the app, quickly grab the application from the store before it gets too late.