Access µTorrent Remote on Your iPhone

 

µTorrent Remote iOS iPhoneA 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.

To set µTorrent Remote on your iOS device, go to https://remote.utorrent.com with the mobile Safari browser and then click the “share” button on the bottom of the browser (where you normally add bookmarks). Then, choose “Add to Home Screen,” and you should get see the beautiful µTorrent icon on your iPhone or iPad. Instructions on how to setup your µTorrent Remote server are here: http://help.utorrent.com/customer/portal/articles/256731-how-to-set-up-utorrent-remote

Enjoy and thanks for using µTorrent Remote!

kara3murphy
Kara leads the social media efforts for both BitTorrent and µTorrent. When not hanging out online, engaging users on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr - to name a few - she can be found attending concerts, reading, writing, running, taking massive amounts of photos with an iPhone, learning to code, and helping curate the aptly-titled photography advent calendar, PhotoAdvent.

3 Comments on "Access µTorrent Remote on Your iPhone"

  1. Bryan P says:

    Why make uTorrent ad ware? Besides the terrible bloatware you insisted on continuing to add build after build, you had a great thing going, but now you’re sell-outs, no better than any of the others. I run a large computer repair firm just outside of Nashville, TN and you can be certain that my clients will no longer use your bittorrent client on principle. I have found a nice web-based front end that works beautifully and I will be sure to impress this upon others. I am not against making money, as I strive to do this every day, but some things must be shown a certain degree of respect, and your other holdings are more than enough to make up for a tiny torrent client that millions have come to love for everything that it is not. You have lost a fan of many many years this day, good luck to you, as I (and many of my friends and colleagues) will never see you again. Cheers.

    • kara3murphy says:

      It’s not bloatware. We have the ads in there so we can keep the product free for you to use and enjoy. :)

  2. Jan says:

    Hello I don’t see a contact option to uTorrent, so will write here. I’ve just installed uTorrent on on the start of the installation process COMODO Firewall marked uTorrent as a threat (Adware32 Bundle somthing like that). I’ve unchecked the additional features boxes, and nothing was added). Seems to me as a false positive, and I gave ignore/report to COMODO, but you guys may want to contact them ,as it is if I am not mistaken, the second most popular free firewall after Zone Alarm.