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February 2, 2015

Top 5 Best Alternatives to uTorrent

1. Deluge:
Deluge is an open-source, cross-platform BitTorrent client for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It uses libtorrent as its backend. It has a plug-in system and supports all the features you’d expect: BitTorrent encryption, DHT, peer exchange, magnet URLs, UPnP, RSS, bandwidth scheduling, per-torrent speed limits, a web interface, and more.

2. Transmission:
Transmission has the features you expect in a BitTorrent client: encryption, a web-based interface, peer exchange, UPnP and NAT-PMP port forwarding, web seed support, watch directories, tracker editing, global and per-torrent speed limits, and more.

3. qBittorrentL:
qBittorrent is the closest open source equivalent to uTorrent. 1Bittorrent is based on Qt4 toolkit and libtorrent-tasterbar. It offers an Ajax-web interface, integrated search, supports DHT, Peer Exchange, Magnet-Links, IPv6, Proxies, RSS, and Protocol Encryption and is available in 25 Languages.

4. Vuze:
Vuze (formerly Azureus) is a free BitTorrent client used to transfer files via the BitTorrent protocol. Vuze is written in Java, and uses the Azureus Engine. In addition to bitTorrentin, Vuze allows users to view, publish and share original DVD and HD quality video content. Content is presented through channels and categories containing TV shows, music videos, movies, video games and others.

5. BitTorrent:
BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer program developed by Bram Cohen and BitTorrent, Inc. used for uploading and downloading files via the BitTorrent protocol. BitTorrent was the first client written for the protocol. It is often nicknamed Mainline by developers denoting its official origins. Since version 6.0 the BitTorrent client has been a rebranded version of uTorrent.
It’s currently available for Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux.

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