uTorrent Became More Android & Apple FriendlyAdded: Saturday, October 29th, 2011
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
Today the rapid development of technology is permanently pushing the limits of how Internet users understand the web. Now more and more people find themselves separated from the chair sitting at the personal computer and become mobile on the go. Indeed, some can hardly remember the times when you could only use Internet at home, tied to you PC which you couldn’t even move because of the cable. That’s why the development team of BitTorrent Inc. is again setting the example and is first to release an optimized edition of its already notorious uTorrent Remote for Apple’s iPad. Moreover, the company has also improved the mainline application and uTorrent for Mac users.
The brand-new uTorrent Remote has already been seriously upgraded in order to cover both the Apple and Android market. BitTorrent’s Director of Product Management, Brett Nishi, announced that the company was happy to release a gorgeous new Internet interface for µTorrent, adjusted to the Apple’s iPad for a great touch experience. The client comes complete with all the functionality in the µTorrent Remote based on the personal computer.
Majority of the client’s features can be found in the left sidebar, which combines easy access with functionality. Meanwhile, the developing team of BitTorrent Inc. has been working hard over the company’s mainline and uTorrent applications in order to satisfy the demands of those Internet users who instead of choosing a Linux or Windows-based OS turned to the Mac OSX. This move, coupled with the rapidly growing popularity of Apple devices, has finally led to the release of a stable version of uTorrent client for Mac.
In his blog post, Brett Nishi explained that in the file-sharing community, the number of Internet users having at least one Apple product is increasing at a very quick pace. That’s why the company decided to meet the demands of its customers and ensure them it heard them loud and clear with users’ requests for a bit more love. In fact, the company added uTorrent Remote support for the iPad and Android more than a year ago, but it never focused that precisely on the iPad until now, introducing a dramatic redesign especially optimized for touchscreen usage.
Aside from the compatibility changes, you can find RSS Feeds, Advanced Controls, Schedule, Info, Remote and Mobile access in the list of innovative features this edition of uTorrent includes.
October 29th,2011Posted by:
Saturday, October 29th, 2011
|posted by (2011-10-29 16:14:30)|
|Utorrent is the best torrent downloader for mobile....|
I appriciate it for Android Market..
But what about symbian s40 series is there any utorrent for them???
|posted by (2011-10-29 16:14:38)|
|This is great|
|they took there time doing this..i been using remote utorrents for years from my phone and pc.. if you go to web dot utorrent dot com on your mobile you can log in to your pc and access torrents but you need to enable web ui on utorrent and cerate a name and password first but there magna links only that use these and extratorrent dont do magna links so webutorrent and this android app are useless here.i did post in the forums asking if extratorrent do magna links for this remote access reason at the beginning of the year but no one here knows the answer (guess you was all behind the times with remote access then). et owner read this and add magna links to your torrent site and make it even better than it is.(lets face it et is behind the times on somethings but ahead of the times on other things)most torrent sites now support magnalinks so you can use this android app on 75% of torrent sites but extratorrent and a few other sites still dont support magnalinks shame really cos it would give us users greater control .i dont care if i get shot down for this post i was being honest and pointing out a few facts|
|chimpoo symbian s40 series can use webtorrents dot com on the mobile internet to access utorrent remote. you can log in from anywhere and anything i can even log in from my wii and access my utorrent on my pc. you just need to set your pc utorrent web ui to on and create a name and password then go webutorrent on any internet/wap device to access your pc utorrent.like i said i been doing it for years now from my mobile phone. hope that helps ya out|
|Transdroid is still much better for Android. If the new uTorrent app would support multiple servers it would start to look pretty good though.|
|quote =(If the new uTorrent app would support multiple servers it would start to look pretty good though)... that dont make sence jibbajabba.if you read the above you would see that the new utorrent app on android is only for remote control of your pc utorrents not a utorrent for android where you download on the phone lol. what the new android app does...you go to a torrent site on the internet then pick a torrent as normal to download then the phone askes if you wana use utorrent to open it.you say yes and it adds another torrent for download to your pc by remote control.you can stop and start torrents and check progress with this new android app but basically its just a remote control for your utorrents on your pc but you need to set the pc web ui access up first or the android app wont work.the new app uses all the servers that the pc does because its the pc thats doing all the work not the phone you just need a decent phone that can access the proper internet not just the mobile one to fully enjoy the app. i been using the new utorrent app for ages now its been on the market for over 9 months i first started using it back in january when version 1 was released.its a great app for android simply because you get full control of your pc utorrent and it dont munch the battery like most mobile torrents do i give it 10/10 just for that reason||
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