How To Visualize BitTorrent Users on Google Map

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People who don’t know what BitTorrent is or at least not heard of that technology will be handful. Such is the popularity and buzz around torrent community. Important thing to note here is BitTorrent is never an illegal thing but the files you share might end you up in a difficult situation. So, be careful. Lets come to the point now.

If you have closely watched the options in uTorrent while downloading a file you might have noticed the peers connected to your desktop. You are simultaneously uploading and downloading chunks of data in order for the BitTorrent as a community to survive. You will see the IP address with torrent client they are using to connect to rest of the peers in swarm. An inquisitive user definitely would like to discover who else is taking part in the file transfer he is engaged in. In order to ease out that uTorrent 2.2 Beta version supports apps.

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uTorrent Peers

Download and install uTorrent 2.2 Beta and the launch the client to see Apps feature added. You will also notice the new user interface. Under apps feature you will see an app called uMap. It plots all the peers connected on Google maps with info about their clients.

uTorrent 2.2 Apps

The info displayed can be changed by switching between View by ClientView by Swarm and View by Country. You can also make use of the power of Google maps to switch between Map, Satellite, Hybrid and Terrain views. Place the cursor above the icons on map to get more details about the peer.

uTorrent 2.2 uMap

Download uTorrent 2.2 Beta now.


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