uTorrent 2.2 Version ReleasedAdded: Monday, November 15th, 2010
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
uTorrent has launched a stable 2.2 version, highly anticipated by the public for being the first to open up the BitTorrent’s App Studio to its vast community. Besides, the version introduced the optimized proxy privacy settings to 65 million users. Finally, to highlight the fact of its collaboration with many indie artists, the release of uTorrent 2.2 was tied up with a promotion of the film “Four Eyed Monsters”, which is available for open downloading.
All in all, BitTorrent has been very active when developing its uTorrent file-sharing application this year. Apart from this particular application, BitTorrent Inc. also pushed out 2 experimental clients called Falcon and Griffin to test some of new features built into them in public. The feature that drew most attention was uTorrent’s support for Apps.
Originally, the Apps feature was only available to a very limited group of the users that decided to download the experimental Griffin application. Later, in September 2010 the users of BitTorrent’s Mainline software joined their team, and finally today the studio is available to all the vast audience of uTorrent, totaling to 65 million.
Among those official applications that are included into the most recent version of uTorrent is VoDo’s one – a platform containing the free works of indie moviemakers. In order to celebrate the event of Apps being bundled with uTorrent, the platform released 2 of the new films – “Snowblind” and “Four Eyed Monsters”. Actually, the producers of these movies have got an opportunity to show their works to millions of people around the world without worrying about any distribution problems. In fact, the multimillion audience of BitTorrent surpasses that of many television networks, at the same time fostering a direct connection between moviemakers and consumers.
Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article
November 15th, 2010Posted by:
Monday, November 15th, 2010
|posted by (2010-11-15 15:55:58)|
|Yea sam already had that a week ago maybe... thanks for the reading... ty:)|
|posted by (2010-11-15 16:28:05)|
|thank u when you check for updates on utorrent it says no updates available or something like that.|
|posted by (2010-11-15 17:41:31)|
|Thanks Sam. I still use version 1.6.1 because I seem to recall reading on this site that a subsidiary of Sony had bought the company out after version 1.6.1 was released. So I don't want to be using a Sony owned program to download. Perhaps someone can shed a little light on this.|
|Getting it now!!! :)|
|posted by (2010-11-15 23:33:32)|
|just got the new one it looks sweet|
|posted by (2010-11-16 01:28:16)|
|D4T4 was Utorrent bought by MPAA|
|posted by (2010-11-16 01:53:24)|
|@Bylbow, that was the word that was on the street, but there was an article written by one of the Admins here at ET that said that the main Guys stayed with version 1.6.1 because of the "buy-out" by Sony. Unfortunately it was quite a while back so my memory is a little hazy. I'm hoping that someone can verify this. There did appear to be an awful lot of worries at the time about later versions sending back too much information about users download activities. Perhaps it's time to call on menahunie......'Go get'em girl'. Until then I'm staying with 1.6.1.|
|posted by (2010-11-16 05:29:16)|
|thx 4 tha info, will try it out (:|
|posted by (2010-11-16 06:11:50)|
|It is nice I'm using the new one.|
|posted by (2010-11-18 09:37:27)|
|looks nice :)) TYVM|
|Looks nice, I also checked for updates and got nothing, so I downloaded it from http://www.utorrent.com/|
Loving the App store
|I'm using the new one.||
Most Popular Stories