µTorrent for Android goes WiFi Only

µTorrent for Android

You asked for it. You got it.

As of today, the µTorrent for Android app has been updated to include a WiFi-only option. You can get the free download or update here.

The new WiFi-only mode feature pauses download activity when you’re outside a WiFi area and automatically resumes downloading once WiFi is accessible again. This means you can download media without running up mobile data charges.

µTorrent for Android provides intelligent, on-the-go downloading. No size or speed caps on media files. It also includes RSS subscriptions that feature various independent artists (brought to you by BitTorrent).

Thank you for your input. You have helped us build an incredibly powerful app.  Try out the new feature, and keep the feedback coming.

Dan
Dan is the Digital Creative Manager for BitTorrent Inc. He can usually be found writing blog posts, updating BitTorrent Labs, or browsing Reddit when he thinks no one is looking. He likes working at BitTorrent because they let him keep his Star Trek bobble heads on his desk.

6 Comments on "µTorrent for Android goes WiFi Only"

  1. abhishek says:

    i really want utorrent app for ios

  2. Tabby says:

    I have the.droid x 2 & downloaded the utorrent. But the torrent wont download anything. Please help

  3. Raj says:

    I love you guys thx for the new feature for android but some times i find abit buggy in my Samsiung Galaxy S3 otherwise u guys r d Best :)

  4. jimmy says:

    the most stupidest update ever…. my 4g just so happens to be faster than my wifi connection now i have to use this subpar torrent client this utorrent client was the best but has now gone down the shitter

  5. Oskar says:

    Hey is it possible to choose what files to download and which ones to not within a folder that im downloading? like on the desktop version you can choose which files you want to download within the folder??
    Thanks,
    Oskar

  6. Bill says:

    Stop adding dumb ads and bloatware.
    Don’t you understand users will start moving to other Bitorrent clients!