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uTorrent now will be made available in user’s web browser

siliconreview uTorrent now will be made available in user’s web browser

Over the years, online piracy has faced so many hinders, but now it appears like Web pirates now have something incredibly new to appear forward to as BitTorrent makers have declared that the uTorrent client will make a change to Internet browsers very soon. Well the most amazing and interesting thing to this is that users will not have to set up split browser applications to get this experience but will get it from their existing browsers.

As per a report by TorrentFreak, BitTorrent maker Bram Cohen said that the "new revision" of the uTorrent client will run in user's default browser and will provide a "nicer experience" than the current version. While with this transition, uTorrent client inside the browser will be able to use modern widgets, and the developers also will also be able to put together deeply enhanced streaming service, based on new technology.

Remarkably, the all new version of the uTorrent client is expected to carry some of the elements from company's now-defunct Maelstrom browser. Also, the new version of the client will also be capable to let users to stream videos from torrents just like the usual streaming services obtainable on Internet. As the client will work with the user's existing browser, it is probable to be a suitable change that might get better the user experience considerably.

Although, it is ascertained that the company comprehend that approaching out such a chief change all of sudden to easily back-fire to client if users do not respond to it completely. This is why the changeover to browser will be pushed out extensively only following the feedback from users.

"We're very, very sensitive. We know people have been using uTorrent for a very long time and love it. So we're very, very sensitive to that and gonna be sure to make sure that people feel that it's an upgrade that's happening. Not that we've just destroyed the experience," Cohen was quoted as saying in the report.

Well as of now we just have to wait and see how the new version of the uTorrent client figures up and is accepted by the users when it will be rolled out extensively by the company.