The future of uTorrent is browser-based (and it’s coming soon)

With 150 million users, uTorrent is still the most popular torrent client in the world. It’s surprising. Most of its best features came from an update five years ago, when the service unveiled version 3.0. Since, growth has stalled, and new feature releases have been all but nonexistent. Founder Brahm Cohen, according to TorrentFreak, promises this is about to change. Cohen points to time where the company experienced a rough period after hiring outsiders to run the company. He’s talking about cousins Bob Delamar and Jeremy Johnson, who became co-CEOs of BitTorrent and aimed to turn the client into “the next…

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