We’ve been experimenting with a tool designed to complement the µTorrent UI, and save time by automating repetitive tasks. With apologies to shortcut-haters everywhere, we’d like to introduce BTC.
A lot of you have been asking if there will be a native app for µTorrent on iOS and while we haven’t gotten to that just yet, we do have a way for you to easily receive the benefits of µTorrent Remote right from your iPhone or iPad. Think of it as anywhere access to µTorrent, where you can add/start/stop/monitor downloads, on the go.
A while back we introduced µTorrent Remote for Android which allows users to manage their torrents from their phone. We received a lot of great feedback, but the most popular question was: “When will a fully featured µTorrent Client be available for Android?”
For the past few months our engineers have been hard at work developing a mobile BitTorrent app that is worthy of the name “µTorrent.” In order to live up to our high standards, we knew that the app would need to be fast, lightweight, powerful and better than anything else currently on the market. After months of hard work (and copious amounts of coffee) we are proud to release µTorrent Beta for Android to the Google Play store.
We’re about to show you a video that’ll change your mind about the speed and reliability of your Internet connection. You’ll witness engineers eating their own dog food. Sounds disgusting, right? Well, it’s not quite what you think. Dogfooding is a techie term used amongst software companies to describe how their developers demonstrate the competency of the product they’re promoting.
The µTorrent client is one of the most popular applications on the Internet. Hundreds of millions of users are torrenting everyday and many of them are using µTorrent to do so. All of us at BitTorrent realize the importance of our products in the daily lives of our users and want to make sure we do everything we can to protect you.
Today we’re releasing a new prototype through BitTorrent Torque that makes it even easier for you to enjoy your favorite content. OneHash allows you to stream audio and video in the web, directly from a torrent swarm.
There’s been a lot going on around here lately, all good though. We upgraded µTorrent to version 3.2, introduced our API to the world (in alpha format), and got some pretty impressive accolades from a band you might have heard of – Radiohead. Most importantly, we released a new DJ Shadow Bundle that will make him the first artist to get paid on our platform. This is also the last day to win one of our limited-edition tee-shirts. Let’s get to it…
After years of secretly watching the annual ‘Oprah’s Favorite Things’ special, I finally get to have my own Oprah moment. Today µTorrent is giving away free licenses for Digital Lifeboat.