In something new to look forward to by Torrent fans, the founder of BitTorrent has announced that the uTorrent will soon be available in the web browser that we are using. So basically, one won’t have to download a separate software and install it on the computer and torrents can be handled in the browser its self. It os being claimed that the new version will be handling video streaming better.
uTorrent is the leading torrent client in a world of 150 million active users every month. Your experience of uTorrent is about to change very soon. In an interview with our Steal This Show podcast, Cohen promised changes in both uTorrent as well as the company. TorrentFreak reports Cohen said the “new revision” of the uTorrent is aimed to provide a “nicer experience.”
“The plan is to consolidate the business and focus on revenues. We have actually a fair amount of expertise in client application advertising, which is kind of a pain to do. So leverage that and bring that to other applications as well,” Cohen said.
Recently pirating took a back seat with BitTorrent Inc. but now the company is coming out the rough period. But Cohen says they are emerging from that instability are getting on track.
“The plan is to consolidate the business and focus on revenues. We have actually a fair amount of expertise in client application advertising, which is kind of a pain to do. So leverage that and bring that to other applications as well,” Cohen informed.
Cohen does realize that the new feature might not be a hit with the users, so they are planning to test waters before launching it out for the mass. So presently the company won’t push out updates widely before receiving user feedback. We’ll update when we hear any official word on a wider worldwide launch.