Originally Posted by ScandaLeX
But the purpose of apps like FoxFi is to connect to the Internet. Since this is simply mirroring what's on the phone I cant see how this would be more reliable than FoxFi. 2 apps with 2 different purposes.
Please elaborate DrEx.
With FoxFi, I always seem to drop signal and connection. Just seems like it would be more reliable than FoxFi, just because it's not a tethering app.
They said that they'd be developing a gallery version soon, but ultimately I'd like them to develop a Navigation version. That's where this app could be so awesome. If they were able to develop a mirroring version for Nav, I'd never have to dock my phone ever!
Forgot to mention the other benefit (but not really applicable for Sprint) is that people won't have to worry about companies noticing data being tethered, since it's not a tethering app...so, data consumption via tether is not an issue.