Torrent tracker BitTorrent has announced that its best FTP sites are now supported on Android devices.
Torrent Tracker CEO Matt Cutts has also confirmed that the company will now support Android devices for its service.
The announcement was made at the BitTorrent Developers Conference (BDC) on Wednesday.
According to BitTorrent, the new features will be made available to users on Android later this year.
“The new Android feature allows BitTorrent to provide users with a richer, more intuitive experience,” the company wrote in a blog post.
“You can now select and manage your files directly from your BitTorrent profile.
This allows you to access the entire archive and view your entire library from your home screen, and to browse your content from any location.
BitTorrent’s API now allows you take advantage of BitTorrent APIs on the devices you’re using.
You can use the Android API to create a list of all of your torrents from the web or from your device’s camera, and use the list to manage your torrent storage, search for your content, and view it all.”
The BitTorrent CEO said the feature is now available to all users on the BitDefender Android app.
Users will also be able to access a new section in the BitTutor app called “Archives,” which allows users to view all of the files they have downloaded, search and download them, and access torrent history.
BitTorrent’s BitDefenders will also now have a section called “Download History” that will allow users to easily create a “download history” for their torrents.
This means that users can easily find and share their torrent downloads with their friends and family.
BitDefender will also offer new features like search engines, the ability to sync multiple BitTorrent clients, and more.
Users can also now use BitTorrent Tracker on their Android device for downloading and sharing.
The BitDefence app has also been updated with a new look and features, including a new user interface and the ability for users to sync with BitTorrent.