Nullriver reports, their tethering software Netshare remains banned from Apple’s official AppStore. Netshare allowed MacOS X users to use the iPhone as a wireless modem to connect to the internet. While most of nowadays’ cell phones include such functionality, the iPhone still doesn’t.
Besides Nullriver many other developers critisize Apple’s AppStore policies for being too vage. In the past weeks Apple banned several Apps or even disallowed them in the first place. Apple argued the banned apps had a limited value of benefit for the AppStore customers. Developers argue Apple doesn’t want real competition.