BitTorrent 8 Beta ReleasedAdded: Friday, May 20th, 2011
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BitTorrent 8 beta for Windows is finally released. The client comes with a “funky” interface, which colours and layout are vivid and playful. Besides, the new version features personal content channels and other innovations. However, the new edition has a drawback of the lack of choice for the interface, because some people may find it too purple, but now they won’t be able to keep older layout or change colours of the new one.
The innovations of the beta version will allow users to create torrents of their personal files and then rapidly and easily share them with the others. For example, you now can effortlessly send all massive files containing your smartphone videos and pictures to all your relatives and friends directly from BitTorrent client.
Another interesting thing in the client is introduction of the Personal content channels. This feature of Project Chrysalis reminds of services like Dropbox, because it also enables users to share very large files privately among themselves. Once you have uploaded the content you wish to share, you can send out invitations on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, and the receivers of your invitations will be able to download and comment on the files. Thus far, the application sets no limit to file size or the number of channels you can create for free. But the rumours are that paid plans are already being considered and might be introduced with the release of the final edition.
Anyway, another interesting part of the content channel issue is that when you send out the link to your files, it would find out whether the invitees have the same version of the client installed. And in case they do not, the link would take care of that by downloading the installer and subscribing the person you invited to the channel automatically upon installation.
However, it has to be mentioned that you can’t create private channels. All of them become publicly available upon the creation, which means that everyone having the right web address will be able to access it. So, it is not recommended to use personal content channels for sharing confidential files.
Basically, the client is packed with a number of public content channels worth checking out. Among them you can find popular shows like TED and legitimately shared content. The users are able to add such content channel to the channel bar at the top of the application by simply clicking on it.
May 20th,2011Posted by:
Friday, May 20th, 2011
|its a nice feature now we can share personal files ..good||
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