FrostWire is an application designed for those that want to share files over the internet with ease. There are other solution, such as websites that provide cloud storage, but it is better to transfer files live, using a freeware tool. Initially, this program was based on the architecture designed by LimeWire. The Gnutella support has gone and the app has been redesigned in order to work only using the BitTorrent structure. And the application is designed to work flawlessly, allowing users to easily share their files. However, developers do not encourage sharing illegal files over the network.
If friends are in the need of a file, they can easily receive it with the aid of this app, and now users can share files that are a few gigabytes in size. Transferring such files using various websites is risky as the internet connection might drop, but using a client like this tool makes things different. It allows users to easily resume downloads interrupted by various actions, such as closing the tool or losing the connection. Files can also be shared locally, making use of a Wi-Fi network and the process is easier than burning CDs or connecting the computers using a wired connection.
Besides full Windows support, the application is now also compatible with Android OS and users can share files between the computer and mobile phones or tablets. Media files are constantly shared using this kind of tools and in order to make things easier, a media player has been included. Audio files can be easily listened to using this tool and the quality is great, because an equalizer is also provided. Information about each audio file will be downloaded from the internet and if it is not available, the fields can be manually completed by the user in order to create the perfect media library.