Deluge 2.0.0 cross-platform has just been released


Deluge is a complete BitTorrent application (client) that circulates as a cross-platform, ie for many different operating systems. This is a Free Software, licensed under GNU GPLv3 +, and follows the freedesktop templates, allowing it to work in many different desktop environments.

Deluge features many common features with other well-known BitTorrent clients such as Protocol Encryption, DHT, Local Peer Discovery (LSD), Peer Exchange (PEX), UPnP, NAT-PMP, Proxy support, Web seeds, global and per-torrent speed limits.

The Deluge application uses the well-known library libtorrent, and so there is a huge list of features provided.

Deluge

The Deluge application is designed to function both as a stand-alone desktop program and as a server (you know the seedboxes). In Thinclient mode, an application daemon manages all BitTorrent activity and is able to run systems remotely from any other platform.

User interfaces
There are three main user interfaces (UIs):

    GTK UI for desktop.
    Web UI for the browser.
    UI command line console.

We should mention the BitTorrent application has a rich collection of Plugins that will help you get the most out of Deluge and expand its functionality. All Plugins have been developed by members of the Deuge community.

You can Have a look in Plugins that exist and try whichever you want completely free.

Download the app:

The 2.0.0 version is currently only available for Linux systems and has not been officially announced (will be announced in the next few hours).

http://download.deluge-torrent.org/source/2.0/deluge-2.0.0.tar.xz

If you are using Windows or MacOS or Unix download the latest version from the official website:

https://dev.deluge-torrent.org/wiki/Download

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