Long been in beta on PC, uTorrent is now available with most of its functionality on Android for free download.
For those who don’t know, uTorrent is one of the most popular torrent clients used on the web to download one or more files/folders from one or more sources(s)> This is basically what is called P2P (Peer to Peer) providing computers the ability to play the role of host (server).
Today, BitTorrent Inc. developers launched the beta test of a full-fledged torrent client on the Android platform. Clearly, you can download folders and files on your device from torrents links found on the web, watch them directly and open them if you have the proper application your smartphone or tablet.
uTorrent Beta is totally independent of uTorrent Remote which is a tool that allows you to remotely manage the list of torrents running on your home PC. This uTorrent is compatible from Android Eclair (2.1) and available for free download. If you want to download this beta version of uTorrent for Android visit Google Play at this link.