Tron Announces Official Launch of BitTorrent’s new ΜTorrent Web

Tron officially announced the launch of ΜTorrent Web by BitTorrent. This will reportedly add 1 million daily active users to the company. The company passed the information via press release today on October 4. The information also confirmed that the recent development aims at strengthening BitTorrent’s licensed content strategy.      

The press release also confirmed that µTorrent Web hence surpasses 1 million daily active users. “µTorrent Web helps users quickly download and play torrent files, including the vast selection of licensed content”, suggests the official message. During recent few weeks the company has been seeing positive developments in performance. 

Chief Product Officer and COO at BitTorrent, Jordy Berson shared an official comment regarding the new development. Berson’s message reads: “our users have already downloaded our licensed content, which features both top-tier and emerging content creators, well over 100 million times. Growth in our daily active users is a great validation that the product is a good fit for the market. Meanwhile we are equally proud to see that µTorrent Web drives dramatically more user engagement and playback than any product in BitTorrent’s history. This is a huge win for our 30,000+ content creators”.

The announcement also states that by the end of 2018 the company plans to add even more features. Some of the mentioned additions will reportedly include the ability to stream files from users’ home computers to their Android devices.

About BitTorrent

BitTorrent is a leading peer to peer sharing technology standard which was founded back in 2004. As reported earlier, Tron has acquired the major software company which is now based in San Francisco, U.S. Information from company website provides general overview on the product. It states: “through a suite of distributed technologies, BitTorrent enables users to send large files over internet. Due to its popular peer-to-peer sharing protocol it enables legitimate third party content providers to connect with users”.

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