Saturday, August 1, 2015

Frostwire 6.1.2 released Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

Frostwire 6.1.2 recently released, is now made so that individual search results out of torrents come to you a lot faster than before, all the while using significantly less connections to the DHT. This translates in faster search experience, more search results, and torrents being fetched and started faster than before. These and lots of other stability and experience fixes make the new FrostWire 6.0.8 the best version ever, now with Preview while you download.

Frostwire 6.1.2 changelog
  • Search performance improvements. New RxJava-based implementation.
  • Search box suggestions improved.
  • New Check/uncheck all search engines checkbox.
  • TorLock search fixed.
  • Added SSL (https) support for torrent web seeds.
  • Options window remembers last pane opened.
  • Fixes painting issues when searching Starred audio files on the library.
  • frostwire-jlibtorrent library updates.
  • Library user experience bug fixes.

To install just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

sudo apt-get install gdebi


sudo gdebi frostwire-6.1.2.amd64.deb

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