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BitTorrent Now heads to iOS devices and Apple TV

The app is now out on iTunes in case you need another source of entertainment.
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BitTorrent hasn't quite shaken off its rep as a tool for piracy yet, but it's sure giving its best shot by making apps that serve up legal content. One of those is BitTorrent Now, which the company has just released for the iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. BT's streaming platform originally came out for Android in June and gives you access to tunes and videos from BT's partner musicians and filmmakers, including IHEARTCOMIX and The Onion. You might have to pay up to be able to stream some of them. But if money is tight, you can always just play the ad-supported entries in its repertoire. The images above show what the app's interface looks like, though you can download it right now from iTunes if you want to explore it yourself.

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