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Hi,

I am enjoying the switch to mac but its taking a little to get used to. Could anyone recommend a P2P program (free) for mac like bit torrent?

I am using bit torrent for mac at the moment but it doesn't seem all that great.

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Hi,

I am enjoying the switch to mac but its taking a little to get used to. Could anyone recommend a P2P program (free) for mac like bit torrent?

I am using bit torrent for mac at the moment but it doesn't seem all that great.

Thanks

Leigh
Azureus is what normally gets recommended.

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I use Transmission. It does the trick for me, simple and downloads torrents. Azureus seems to have way to many options and just confuses me. If you want to select which files to download from withing a torrent you'll have to use Azureus though as Transmission doesn't offer this.

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Tomato Torrent does the job for me!
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