Justin Sun, Tron (TRX) founder and CEO, unveiled today the launch of the new uTorrent Web. uTorrent is one of the torrent clients owned by BitTorrent, recently acquired by the platform Tron Foundation. At the TVM release, Justin declared that all BitTorrent clients, including uTorrent, will become Tron clients.
“Say hello to uTorrent Web, a torrent client for the “streaming era”! Thanks to the uTorrent and BitTorrent teams for creating this amazing product. Download the Windows version and let us know what you think! Mac-supported application in working order,” said Justin Sun, founder and CEO of Tron Foundation and Tron (TRX).
The BitTorrent and uTorrent teams collaborated for several months on the development and launch of uTorrent Web, as announced by the Tron (TRX) Foundation. The Foundation claimed to be “excited” over the rollout of the web-based product, which is straightforward and permits its users to conduct fast downloads.
Tron (TRX) founder and CEO, Justin Sun, announced the launch of uTorrent Web version operated by BitTorrent
“So, it’s the age of streaming, and here at BitTorrent, we understand that no one wants to wait for a progress bar to reach 100% before they can press play and watch or listen to something. I’m going over some details in the product, uTorrent wen to show you how you can do that,” stated Cory Keller, uTorrent’s product designer.
uTorrent Web is a web-based torrent client that is about to be rolled out. The software will be released for Windows, but the devs are working to release it for Mac, too. The uTorrent Web is supported by Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer Edge, and it comes in multiple languages.
However, uTorrent, as well as other similar programs, is exposing users to malware which is a significant reason for concerns among the software’s users. But, Tron (TRX) Foundation and BitTorrent’s uTorrent team also have a plan to tackle this. Namely, they partnered with Adware to address the potential threat.
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