Frostwire Available For Android Users Now

October 27th, 2010 - 8:58 pm ICT by GD  

By Ranjan Bhaduri
frostwireOct 27, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The popularity of peer to peer file sharing cannot be denied and that explains why the fiasco over Limewire has prompted the P2P community to come up with a viable alternative. Frostwire has made available its Android App for the users of Android devices and phones today and it has created sensation. This is an easy to use P2P file sharing application that enables file sharing using Wi Fi networks. This may remind others of Napster in a way. One can buy it by paying $4.99 from the Android marketplace. However from the official website it can be downloaded for free.

It also comes with a chat room feature and the users can also send private files with attachments. The application can be used seamlessly with all Android devices that run Android 1.6 OS and higher. That means a lot of Android users will be able to use it right away. However one downer is that it cannot be used over the 3G networks and Wi Fi is the only way. It is really a useful application and can search files fast on several devices. One can use the application to browse the files used by his peers using it.

The application also allows one to share his own files easily. The files can be posted in social networks as well. The application also offers automatic updates to the users and they can always be assured of using the latest version. The software has a really intuitive interface and even those who have not used P2P applications before would be able to use it easily.

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