Don’t need 3G iPad if you have Nokia Symbian Phone

For some days I was looking for a wifi hotspot symbian app for my Nokia n85, and today I discovered it. I’m very happy to use this application, as it makes my life easier to use internet. I’ve iPad wifi version, and when I travel I can’t use internet. Now using this joikuspot application I create wifi hotspot using my nokia n85 and connect my iPad to use internet.

JoikuSpot enables “1-click internet”. 1 click to turn a phone to a WiFi internet gateway, and another click in the laptop to connect to the web via JoikuSpot WiFi access point. (Scan available WiFi networks, discover JoikuSpot, and click “connect”.)

JoikuSpot allows you to connect multiple devices in parallel to the internet.

You can easily secure your internet connection, and also use VPN to access secured corporate intrawebs. You can access your Outlook and Gmail and other email clients via your JoikuSpot connection.

All settings (like WiFi network naming, security settings and default access point) are adjustable in JoikuSpot. There is no forced default landing page in Premium Edition. Premium has the best performance and connection quality, and auto-reconnects to 3G if the connection is dropped to e.g. 2G temporarily.

You can effectively replace Bluetooth, MiFi, cable, USB modems and external WiFi HotSpots with JoikuSpot and save money, time and hassle. After all, you always have your phone with you, Where ever you may be, you will have WiFi internet.

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About mahmud ahsan

Programming is my passion from high school. I always looking for innovating new ideas and making them real application. I love mobile application and game development as well as web development. Having 4+ years web development experience and 6+ years mobile application development experience on different platform and business on it. My Mobile Apps Portfolio: iThinkdiff.net Mobile Apps

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6 Responses to Don’t need 3G iPad if you have Nokia Symbian Phone

  1. toxly December 18, 2010 at 9:40 pm #

    It’s very good, Just like I use iBluever through N73 let my iPod touch connect to the internet. It’s great.

  2. Fred January 4, 2011 at 7:43 pm #

    it’s great! but we want to some tutorials about BadaOS ^^

  3. Ignacio! January 10, 2011 at 8:23 pm #

    Hey Mahmud !!!! make a Foursquare Development Tutorial :)

    • mahmud ahsan January 13, 2011 at 2:12 am #

      I never used or worked on Foursquare .

  4. Prasun March 13, 2011 at 9:21 pm #

    Just now noticed your site .. and liked it .. Keep up the great work :)

  5. David April 28, 2011 at 9:14 am #

    Thanks…….Mahmud.