The Transmission Project has updated the Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger BitTorrent client “Transmission” to version 0.70.
Transmission has been built from the ground up to be a lightweight, yet powerful BitTorrent client. Its simple, intuitive interface is designed to integrate tightly with whatever computing environment you choose to use. Transmission strives to strike a balance between providing useful functionality without feature bloat.
New in Transmission 0.70:
• New icon
• Automatic port mapping (NAT-PMP and UPnP IGD)
• Peer exchange (PEX) compatible with Azureus and uTorrent
• Multitracker support
• Better handling of tracker announce interval
• Fixes bug where absurdly huge upload/download totals could be sent
• Automatic tracker scraping
• Cache connected peers
• Download and seeding queues that can be user-ordered
• Speed Limit: Second set of bandwidth limits that can be toggled or scheduled
• Individual torrent bandwidth limits
• Separate complete and incomplete download folders
• Filter and search bar
• Expanded Inspector with many additional views and stats
• Fragment status view in Inspector shows downloaded or availability
• Watch folder to auto add torrent files
• Auto resizing of the main window
• Minimal view to take up less space
• Seeding bar shows progress in finishing seeding
• Sounds when downloading and seeding complete
• Warnings for directory unavailable and not enough space
• Message log window
• New toolbar icons
• Built-in help files
• French, Spanish, German, and Greek translations
• Many miscellaneous bugfixes and small improvements
Transmission is free for anyone to use or modify.
More info, screenshots, and download link (1.4 MB, Universal) here.