µTorrent for Android Looking to Save Your Data Plan with the Latest Update

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  • 21 Nov 2012
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  • While there are some very good torrent downloaders available on the Play Store, some of us like to keep it simple and prefer having on our devices the same clients we are used to on PC. Such combinations can often go wrong as the mobile apps can prove to be lacking esential features, compared to their PC variants. Fortunately µTorrent does not fit in this scenario.

    µTorrent has been available in Beta form on the Play Store for a short time. The developers are promising to make it top of the line in terms of both features and reliability. Most of us prefer to use µTorrent due to the fact that it’s fast and takes very few resources and can be portable or installed locally.

    The Android app for µTorrent preserves the same aspects, giving you a fast and resource friendly way to access torrent files and download their content. Unfortunately it’s still in its early stages of development and missing a few essential features, one of them being the ability to download torrents using WiFi only. That is until the latest release where you now get the option to download content only when connected to a wireless network. More so, the app will pause when you leave a WiFi area and resume when you are connected to another one along the way.

    µTorrent Beta is available for free on the Play Store.

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