uTorrent recently released support for different devices including iPad, iPhone, PS3 and Android hardware. Instead of using the computer for downloading files and manually transferring everything to their gadgets, users can now easily sync their downloaded content to their Android powered device.
The software will also include an additional feature of converting audio and video to playable files, but only for those who have an installed paid version of BitTorrent client in their Android tablet or smartphone.
Although uTorrent is today’s most-used BitTorrent client and with more than 100 million users every month, the development team continues to improve the user interface of the software. This is to add new features and applications users will be more than happy to use.
BitTorrent and uTorrent clients will be happy to know that the company added another feature that allows support for external devices. Aside from fixing bugs from their recent version, the new released also included the ability to drag and drop downloaded files to Android devices.
However, not all users are happy with the development and changes the software has gone through in the past few months. There are clients who complain of bugs, while some do not appreciate the additional features and new interface of the program. Developers are still in the process of satisfying a wider audience by improving device integration and other changes users ask from them.
via Torrent Freak
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Whoop de do. Why funnel to a PC and send everything twice? Torrent straight to your phone = >
Why not client it self on Android? Would be great for movies and music!