Managing torrents just got a whole lot easier. The Vuze Remote™ application for Android has arrived.
We’ve combined convenience and function in a light app for Vuze users on the go. Torrent files from the car, the gym or just about anywhere. Vuze Remote liberates users from desktop file sharing and empowers them with the ability to torrent when they want and from where they want. Equipped with user-friendly features and a straightforward install, Vuze Remote pairs torrent technology with your mobile device.
Vuze Remote app features
Have a book torrent that you want to read, but you’re away from your Vuze desktop client? Not a problem. Just use the Vuze Remote app to control torrent file downloads, check the status of torrents and more.
With the Vuze Remote app you can:
- Search for torrents directly from your device & add to your desktop client
- Manage torrent progress
- Set torrent file download/upload speeds
- Create login profiles to connect multiple remote computers
- Simple, easy to use interface
- Advanced login controls and supports Transmission bittorrent client
- Ad free experience
Getting started is simple. Install, connect, launch and done. Read on for a walk-through.
Install Vuze Remote app
Head over to Google Play and download the Vuze Remote application to your mobile device.
Next, access your Vuze desktop client to get your Remote pairing access code. Click Tools from the main navigation and then choose Remote Pairing in the dropdown menu.
The pop-up window will walk you through the process of generating a unique Remote Pairing alphanumeric code.
Use your unique pairing code to sync your Vuze Remote app with your Vuze desktop client. Enter into the app, click connect and done.
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