The most popular torrent client is finally here.
Bumblebee, the open source software that powers popular BitTorrent clients, is now available for download, and it comes with a nifty new feature.
The software allows you to download files in torrent form, and you can even drag and drop files between different clients to keep them in sync.
Bumblebee also allows you share files between computers.
BundleUp, which is an open source BitTorrent client for Android, has long been a popular option, but now it’s also available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Buntys newest addition is a feature called “share” that lets you upload files between BitTorrent machines.
To use the feature, you’ll need to first open the “Share” tab on the main menu, then click on the “Upload” icon on the right side of the screen.
Once you’ve clicked the “share icon” the file you’re uploading will appear on your computer’s network share.
That means you can now upload it to other BitTorrent servers.
The upload progress bar shows the total time the upload took.
Bungie is also updating its BitTorrent Client for iOS, which has been around since 2011.
It includes a few new features, like a new “Bundle Up” mode that lets users upload files and share them between machines.
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