I have an HTC EVO Shift 4g Android (Sprint). For anyone who knows, Android can be hit or miss when it comes to rooting (Jailbreaking) and the EVO Shift, though a good phone, is the least rootable of virtually all the Android phones. There are several apps, Easy Tether Light being one of them, that lets you WiFi or USB tether by installing an app on your phone and a "token" on your laptop or desktop running Windows, MAC OSX, and LINUX. With tablets seemingly surpassing laptops as the mobile desktop of choice, why aren't there any apps like this to allow the iPad to do intenet tethering with an Android phone? Due to sheer volume. There are an awful lot of Android phones out there, and an awful lot of iPads. It seems like they could make peace and help each other. I know for certain, with all the unique apps and drivers available for my jailbroken iPad, that creating a token that allows simple WiFI, BlueTooth, if not USB tethering to an Android devices internet connection, should be relatively easy for anyone who knows how and, again, there are plenty of apps to use as reference. I can gaurentee this would sell like hot cakes on the Android Market, App Brain, and Cydia. Is there anyone out there willing to take this on? Is anyone with me in supporting their efforts? Thanks!