10 Million Mobile Downloads for BitTorrent Added: Friday, December 14th, 2012
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.extratorrent.com
BitTorrent Inc. has recently announced that its mobile apps have reached an impressive milestone: 10 million mobile downloads for a year.
BitTorrent’s popularity is obvious, but it still seems to be propelling insanely fast among Android users. At the moment, the company offers 4 different BitTorrent apps for Android devices (which you can get through Google Play): BitTorrent and µTorrent, as well as remote apps for both BitTorrent and µTorrent. In addition, the file-sharing giant has also made available uTorrent Remote for iOS (Web app), and uTorrent Remote for Windows Phone. According to the recent report, the total number of downloads for all clients amounted to 10,000,000.
BitTorrent Inc. announced that its remote apps had been downloaded 4.7 million times. For example, BitTorrent Android app was downloaded 1.5 million times, while µTorrent Android client, released only 3 months ago, was downloaded 3.8 million times. The company says 10 million and more thanks to all of the users who have tried, tested, and shared their mobile products. ¾ of the community confirmed they’d recommend µTorrent Android app, while 1/4 said they’re using it on a daily basis. Almost ½ of the audience admitted they’re using the app once or twice a week.
Although BitTorrent apps and remote clients have also been released for the users of the iOS platform, Apple still keeps its firm stanza against those and doesn’t let them to its App Store. At the same time, Windows Phone users are still looking forward to a possible BitTorrent version for their mobile device.
Nowadays, file-sharers are getting more mobile by the minute making some industries more rigid and obsolete, which everyone can see.
December 14th,2012Posted by:
Friday, December 14th, 2012
|Begining of A new era of mobile Bit Torrent.Hope Win-Mobile version will come soon.|
|posted by (2012-12-15 08:21:04)|
|one word nokia|
|IT WILL BE A BIG ASS PHONE BILL DONT TRY IT|
|posted by (2012-12-16 08:27:04)|
|big ass phone bill not realy atleast here i can download as much i want up to 10 MB/S for the first 16 GB then i get slower speed after that|
|posted by (2012-12-16 12:19:27)|
|i want symbion application.|
|Only 2 draw backs one never use a registered phone since even if using open access wi-fi you will get caught eventually and 2 windows is known to track without the users consent their phones even when GPS is turned off it still leaves a log file.|
Despite Microsoft claiming that from Mango o/s onwards they will not track you with the advent of fusion centres I would not trust Microsofts word as far as I could throw it.
|Log file remains in o/s and cannot be deleted it was a question posed on a technical forum I post on with windows 5.5 phone a few months ago.|
Using a Linux phone is a different story though .
|For those that wish to war drive torrents I would suggest a notebook on open access wi-fi e.g university campus ,colleges etc since they generally have open wi-fi and plenty of coffee shops closeby ,lol.|
Espescially those in america since the IP address has been ruled as not the liability of the wi-fi owners,so colleges,university's,coffee shops etc are best.
|posted by (2012-12-26 08:42:44)|
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