Thursday, November 17, 2005 [14:10 PM PST]

    As if strange couldn't get stranger, with an actual release after months of silence, there now appears to be a Macintosh version of BitPump available for people to beta test! It's still a work in progress, and is being converted by a friend of mine, Tom from Radius9, but you can grab a copy of it in all of its Mac glory here. Check out the readme for information on reporting any issues with it, and it's still catching up with the current version on the PC, but it's coming together very nicely and I think will be the cornerstone (in other words, the only stone) of the AnalogX suite of programs for the Mac.

BitPump released!

Saturday, November 12, 2005 [15:39 PM PST]

    It's official, AnalogX BitPump is now release and ready to download! For those of you who didn't check out the beta, BitPump is basically a light weight, high performance BitTorrent download client. It supports many of the same features that other common clients do, such as multiple downloads at the same time, a single port for all transfer, etc. Unlike most of the others, you also can do some interesting things, such as switch between either a download manager type of GUI, or a dialog type of GUI (similar to the normal IE download dialog). If it sounds interesting to you, head on over to the Download/Network section and grab yourself a hot copy. I'd like to take a second to thank everyone who helped in the beta to track down problems, suggest improvements, and generally just use the app!