BitTorrent hit a new mobile milestone: 25 million users have downloaded its file-sharing apps.
The company which has recently teamed up with hip-hop legendary group Public Enemy for another artist-file-sharing platform deal posted the announcement: “We’re stoked that 25 million of you are now getting your torrents to go. Guess this smartphone revolution thing that people are talking about is for real.”
BitTorrent’s blog also lets filesharers know that BitTorrent and µTorrent mobile apps have been updated to include improvements related to stability, performance and speed. According to the announcement, the company will also be launch soon a new central location for uTorrent mobile apps at utorrent.com/mobile.
BitTorrent is definitely riding the wave, especially if we considered how many filesharers are using the p2p client on their PCs. uTorrent is also ranked among the iOS users as a top file-sharing program.
From the blog post:
To all our mobile users: thank you times 25 million. If you’ve got app ideas or feedback, get in touch: email@example.com.