uTorrent Making Its Way To OS X

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One of the most popular BitTorrent clients for Windows, uTorrent, is slowly making its way to Mac OS X. After BitTorrent Inc. bought the company, it promised that OS X and Linux versions would be coming soon. TorrentFreak got his hands on an OS X copy and for a beta version, it looks pretty good.

It has the ease and look of Mac OS X, yet the power of Azereus and uTorrent for Windows. Compared to other OS X clients, uTorrent has the fastest download speeds. One of the most welcome features will surely be a robust BT client that doesn’t take hours to load up like Azereus does. According to TorrentFreak, the icon doesn’t even bounce one in the dock. It just runs. I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited to get uTorrent when it hits Mac OS X. Hit the link for the full lowdown.

uTorrent for Mac is Coming: An Early Review [TorrentFreak]

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