If your Android smartphone regularly doubles as a peer-to-peer download machine, you'll want to check out BitTorrent's newly overhauled Torrent App and its µTorrent counterpart. Both apps have far sleeker interfaces that offer more control over transfers; you can now choose to grab only the files you want from a torrent, and you can specify where those files will go on your device. It's also easier for newcomers to get started. Prefer to do all your downloading from a PC? You're still getting a treat today. There's new µTorrent desktop software (a BitTorrent equivalent is due next week) that integrates BitTorrent Bundles, letting you easily unlock music and other content from within the app. You'll find all of the updated clients through the source links.
BitTorrent's revamped Android apps let you download just the files you want
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