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uTorrent Mac client now supports translation! Click for details (link updated by schnurlos)

At the moment we only have several languages: Russian, German, French, Portuguese, Catalan, Basque and Finnish. Of course, people from many more countries use our client and this list is far from complete. But you can help us and translate uTorrent to your own language.

If your language is not yet available and you want to help translating uTorrent to your language (which should be your mother tongue) than email us at with your valid email address for registration to the µTS (µTorrent Translation System), your nickname here in the forums and the language which you want to translate or help with.


We already found all translators for: Spanish

Please see our list of active translators for availability details (max. 3 translators per language). Note that this list shows translators on all the platforms, current info on Mac translation is posted in this topic.

We appreciate your help!

PS: If interested, you can find more info at our existing Translations forum thread, including how to translate uTorrent.

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Hi AnnSnark.

Taking care of the Mac French translation for the time being. Haven't contacted the other french translators though.



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@Simon Gr3dal: mail sent, welcome!

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At the moment following languages need urgently a translator (no active translator at the moment):

Africaans, Albanian, Aragonese, Esperanto, Faroese, Frisian, Georgian, Hebrew, Icelandic, Javanese, Kabardian, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Kurmanji, Kyrgyz, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malay, Malayalam, Mongolian, Nepali, Philippine, Portuguese (pt), Serbian (cyrillic & latin), Swedish, Valencian

Additional following languages seem to need some help (0-80%):

Azerbaijani, Hindi, Pashto, Tamil, Urdu

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