Peer2Peer Clients

aMule
aMule
An eMule-like client for the eD2k and Kademlia networks, supporting multiple platforms. aMule was forked from the xMule project (formely known as lMule) back in September 2003…
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BitStormLite
BitStormLite
A very lightweight BitTorrent client based on c++/gtk+2.0. This application based on the C++ language integrated with a…
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Bittorrent-gui
Bittorrent-gui
A tool for distributing files. It’s extremely easy to use – downloads are started by clicking on hyperlinks. Whenever more than one person is downloading at…
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Deluge
Deluge
Deluge (prevoiusly: gTorrent) – a cross paltform, BitTorrent client created in 2006 by two members of ubuntuforums.org – Zach Tibbitts and Alon Zakai…
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eMule
eMule
A free peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing client for Microsoft Windows that was launched in 2002 as an alternative to eDonkey2000. eMule includes advanced search features…
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gtk-gnutella
gtk-gnutella
A server/client for the Gnutella peer-to-peer network. It runs on Microsoft Windows, MacOS and every Unix-like system which supports GTK+ (1.2 or above)…
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KTorrent
KTorrent
A BitTorrent application by KDE which allows you to download files using the BitTorrent protocol. It enables you to run multiple torrents at the same time and comes…
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MLDonkey
MLDonkey
A multi-platform multi-networks peer-to-peer client. Originally, it was the first open-source client to access the eDonkey network. The protocol was reverse-engeneered using…
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qBittorrent
qBittorrent
An open source Bittorrent client which runs and provides the same features on all major platforms, such as Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, OS/2, FreeBSD. qBittorrent is based…
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Transmission
Transmission
An open source, volunteer-based project of a BitTorrent client. Transmission has features such as: encryption, a web interface, peer exchange, magnet links, DHT, µTP, UPnP and…
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Vuze
Vuze
Vuze (previously: Azureus) – a BitTorrent client used to transfer files via the BitTorrent protocol. Vuze is written in Java, and uses the Azureus Engine…
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