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BlackBerry 10 Gets Slick Native BitTorrent Client BitTorque – Hint: Its Awesome!

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My jaw dropped when Jay and then [email protected] pointed out BitTorque to me. It is a NATIVE on device BitTorrent client for BlackBerry 10 built in Cascades. It is powered by the powerful and popular Transmission torrent client to download torrents directly to your BlackBerry. I tried it myself and I have to say I am VERY impressed. I am even more impressed with BlackBerry for allowing it in BlackBerry World. I managed to reach some ridiculously fast speeds over both Wi-Fi and LTE which was completed the awesome trifecta. The app has all the basic features you need and expect in Desktop clients without all the extra weight including:

  • Several network modes including WiFi-only
  • Simultaneous torrent downloading
  • Web Browser and File Manager integration
  • Magnet link support
  • Sharing of torrents
  • Upload and Download speed limits
  • Tracker-less torrent (DHT) support
  • UPnP and NAT-PMP support
  • Encryption support
  • Local Peer Discovery support

You can pick up BitTorque for $2.99 in BlackBerry World.

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4 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. A shame the Z10 can’t play those 1080p DTS “backups” files that one would want to play on their HDTV via HDMI 😉

  2. The app does not seem to be available in BB World. When clicking your link, it brought me to the BB World site page with a QR code. I scanned that QR code with my Z10 and it brought me to the app in BB World. When i purchase and it starts downloading, it gives me the following error: “A network problem has occured while processing your request. Please ensure you have sufficient coverage network and try again”. Im on Rogers in Montreal and have almost all full bars on LTE and i even tried through wi-fi and still get the same error. Is BB gonna take down the app shortly maybe??? All i know is that i paid already for it nut cant download it!! I want my money back

  3. Hate to say it, but it’s been pulled. That’s a pity, I couldn’t get my hands on it

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