FrostWire is an open source, peer-to-peer file sharing program for the BitTorrent protocols. Above all, it is free program, and you can run it on any computer with an internet connection. FrostWire uses very little minimum system requirements.
Join millions of other file sharers and download unlimited music, movies, and games. A large variety of files you will find on FrostWire, and searching for them is quick and easy. Never again pay for a service that could be dirt cheap. – if it weren’t being run by profiteering gluttons.
This application is written in Java. Gnutella support was dropped entirely, and now FrostWire only uses the BitTorrent network. You can now use this program to send large files or entire folders to Colleagues, Friends and family.
- Completely Free and open-source
- Send large files and folders
- Firewall-to-firewall transfers
- Turbo-Charged Download Speeds
- Full featured BitTorrent support
- Magnet Link compatible
- SoundCloud compatible
- Built-in Video Player
- Wi-Fi sharing for Mac, PC, Android
- Kindle Fire HD compatible
- Internet Radio support
- New Media Library and Audio Player
- iTunes Integration
- Max. speed network connections
- Junk Result Filters
- Friendly Online Chat Rooms
- Proxy Support
- No Spyware. No Adware. Guaranteed.
FrostWire performs a Smart Search upon the most relevant torrent search results. They come from BitTorrent search engines. That means it remembers every file contained by every torrent. It scans increasing greatly the chance to find what you are looking for, super fast.
Changes in FrostWire 6.9.7 Build 311:
- New mplayer 12.0.5/ffmpeg 4.2.1 build.
- macOS arm64 and x86_64 fwplayer builds
- Telluride Cloud Video Downloader build 20
- jlibtorrent 22.214.171.124 (boost 1.78, openssl 1.1.1m)
- lt:don’t disable announcing from local endpoints because of temporary failures
- lt:fix issue in parsing UPnP XML response with multiple forwarding services
- lt:cache DNS lookups for SOCKS5 proxy
- lt:fix stalled pieces on disk-full errors
- lt:fix build configuration issue on NetBSD, OpenBSD and DragonFly
- lt:make UTF-8 sanitization a bit stricter. This will re-write invalid UTF-8 code points encoding surrogate pairs
- lt:fix restoring last_seen_complete from resume data
- lt:fix issue on MacOS where the DHT was not restarted on a network-up notification
- lt:make remove_torrent flags be treated as flags (instead of an enum)
Supported Operating systems:
- Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista for Intel processors (64-bit only)
- Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or later (64-bit)
- Linux, Unix such as Solaris (64-bit)
- Android 5.0 (Lollypop) or later