Posts Tagged ‘torrent’

As far as file sharing goes, BitTorrent is one of the most frequently-utilized platforms, and in terms of clients, uTorrent (stylized µTorrent), is easily the most popular. Its clean, minimalistic interface and resourceful nature are the two key reasons for the application becoming the most popular around, and for the some 480 million Android users, that ease-of-use can now be enjoyed on Google’s market-leading platform.

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Pretty much every regular user of the internet will have heard of, or used torrent files and services in order to download some type of content. I’m also pretty sure that the majority of world wide web regulars will have either a basic or a premium Dropbox account, something that is a perfect solution for storing files in the cloud that can then be synchronized across multiple devices and machines.

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Android likes to think of itself as more of a computer-like mobile operating system than some of its competition, and it is on the verge of receiving the one app that any OS needs in order to earn its stripes – a torrent application.

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Torrenting is one of the primary ways internet users snatch their digital content. Whilst most of the media available on the top public sites falls on the wrong side of the law in terms of copyright infringement, the actual act of downloading and seeding torrents is perfectly legal and accounts for a high portion of bandwidth use.

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Apple has never been too keen on BitTorrent clients, blocking every single one from ever reaching the App Store. But even if you don’t want to jailbreak your phone, there’s a way around this restriction, and best of all, it’s totally free!

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