Xtorrent 1.1 released, BitTorrent client for Apple’s Mac OS X

David Watanabe, Acquisition and NewsFire developer, today released Xtorrent 1.1, a Mac OS X BitTorrent client, which brings many significant features, including:

• individual file selection, so you can pick only the files you need
• file priorities
• a refashioned downloads pane
• significantly faster searching
• faster downloads

More info and download link here.

MacDailyNews Note: Another excellent (and free) BitTorrent client for Mac OS X is Transmission, which was updated to version 0.81 just last week. More info and download link here.

38 Comments

  1. I prefer LimeWire or Azureus for (MDN) but wil give this a shot!
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    Anything to help in the Nobody’s Bitch Cause! (NBC)

  2. David Watanabe is a THIEF

    Just ask the people who paid for Acquisition and their registration codes suddenly failed.

    Did they get a refund or new code? Like hell they did, all they got was a big F U from David Watanabe.

    Avoid this software like the plague.

  3. But does it require the punching of holes in your firewall?

    I use an older version of Transmission, because the latest versions require that you open holes in your firewall.

    Not!

  4. I believe. That US Americans. Can’t price TV shows. Such as NBC, the News Corp. Because they have no price maps. And our education should help NBC, and the News Corp, and the such-asses. To provide maps. So that the News Corp and the Americans, such as Murdercock, don’t need to use such as the torrents or Limewire, or yeah, for the benifit [sic] of our childr….

  5. Encryption will not stop packet shaping, thinking it does is delusional.
    All it does is stop them from seeing exactly what it is that you are trading-does not hide the fact it is p2p traffic.

    If a bit torrent client does not have holes through the firewall, how do you expect it to work?

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