Firon Posted October 5, 2011 Report Share Posted October 5, 2011 We're announcing the release of µTorrent 3.0.1 with a new feature called Share.Share is an experimental new feature which is inspired by the huge amount of personal media that people are creating and own, and yet which remains locked on the owners devices and is not shared with those who would most appreciate it.Our share feature will help consumers share personal media files of any size, quickly and privately, with just their friends and family. It's still using BitTorrent at its core, but introduces a whole new user experience with an ability to share only with specific groups of personal contacts.This is NOT a replacement for a regular BitTorrent client, but is offered for now as an alternative way of using µTorrent. This will be folded into regular releases of the client later.Visit the Share product page for some more details: http://www.utorrent.com/share/completeDownload the new version now! Release Highlights:µTorrent Share. Share your videos and files with friends and familyChangelog:-- 2011-12-05: Version 3.0.1 stable (build 26560)- Fix: various share fixes-- 2011-11-08: Version 3.0.1 beta (build 26436)- Fix: Fix Create Torrent from client to properly seed torrent after creation when set- Change: Add option to hide/show Share- Change: Auto-update checks set to every 24 hours-- 2011-10-27: Version 3.0.1 beta (build 25854)-Fix: Fix startup crash when run after plus/3.1-Fix: fix open containing folder when creating torrent with client -- 2011-10-20: Version 3.0.1 alpha (build 25829)- Fix: Hang writing partfile for multifile torrent containing a file > 4GB- Fix: torrent autoload functionality- Fix: crash when shutting down with IE frame open- Fix: crash when setting download location-- 2011-10-13: Version 3.0.1 alpha (build 25789)- Fix: more Share bugs- Fix: crash with IE frame-- 2011-10-04: Version 3.0.1 alpha (build 25753)- Feature: added µTorrent Share Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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