Microsoft approves another torrent control client


Gizmodo Australia reports that Microsoft has opened the flood gates for a torrent of clients that support the bittorent  file sharing protocol.

The latest to flow into marketplace is uController, a uTorrent controller app which, like the last client, does not actually download using your device, but allows one to control the torrent software on your PC.

The software, which costs $3 Australian, lets you start, pause and stop torrents, monitor the torrent’s speed and progress and more, and future versions will let you ad torrents directly.

The approval of this second client proves that the first was no accident, meaning at least in this aspect the Windows Phone 7 marketplace is much freer than the iPhone version.

Read more at Gizmodo here.