|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
RENO, Nev., Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A lightweight, fast and simple to use bittorrent client, Vuze Leap, has responded to user demand and integrated additional features into its platform based on torrent community feedback. The Vuze Leap torrent software product has been developed to make it easy to use regardless of a torrent user's background or experience level.
"Vuze Leap's launch has demonstrated that the torrent community is interested in a product that's optimized for efficient data exchanges without encroaching on system resources," said Vuze General Manager Claude Tolbert. "We've received positive feedback from our community of Vuze Leap early adopters and are working diligently to continue a build-out of requested features that will serve to make Vuze Leap an outstanding product and satisfy the needs of torrent users too."
Current Vuze Leap features include:
- Drag-and-drop functionality for adding torrent files
- Organization options for playing torrents
- Customized torrent download settings
- Improved messaging and torrent display details
- Ultra-light software size at 1MB
Vuze Leap is in the process of developing Linux and Mac OS versions of the product with an anticipated release in late 2014.
Download Vuze Leap at http://www.vuze.com/vuze-leap to learn more about the new torrent client.
Vuze is a leading technology software focused on developing innovative products that connect millions of global users with digital content that they seek and which should be used in ways that respect IP. Vuze.com is owned and operated by Azureus Software, Inc., one of the most recognized and prominent bittorrent client developers in the market. Azureus is committed to providing users with a secure and private torrent experience to enhance free speech rights. The company is a staunch supporter and advocate of rightsholders, and discourages copyright infringement. For more information, please visit Vuze.com.
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