Here is how you can use the ProPopulo BitTorrent app for iPhone and iPad with any torrent file you like

Apple doesn't like BitTorrent and BitTorrent Apps. Even if the technology is totally legal, and that it's a really fast way to share and download files with.

Once in a while an app sneaks in to the App Store anyways because they look like something else. Now that has happened once again, Apple has accepted a BitTorrent client for both the iPad and iPhone called ProPopulo. With ProPopulo you can download free public domain ebooks from different public domain libraries that the app supports and has built-in.

But I found out a way to use this BitTorrent app for any torrent link you want, and not only from the libraries that are built-in. So I did a video on how to do it.

If you can't watch the video above, click here: ProPopulo - a BitTorrent client for iOS! Works on both iPad and iPhone! Download it while you still can!

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Apple's App Store makes more money than Hollywood - and have an incredible high quality too

Yeah, and the Apps has an incredible quality too. Not only has iOS a lot of Apps developed by large professional companies, it also has a lot of really cool indie developers. None of the competitors app stores comes near the high quality of Apple's App Store. In fact, some Apps is even better than desktop Apps. And some Apps doesn't even have an equal desktop version.

So if you want to earn some revenue for your Apps, start developing for iOS.

In 2014, iOS app developers earned more than Hollywood did from U.S. box office revenues, reports top Apple analyst Horace Dediu. According to Asymco’s number crunching, apps are now a bigger digital content business than music, TV programs, movie purchases and rentals combined.

Apple paid out approximately $25 billion total to developers, which means that not only is the App industry healthier than Hollywood, but also on an individual level, some developers are out earning Hollywood stars. The median income for developers is also likely higher than the median income for actors. If you’re looking to strike it rich, forget becoming the next Brad Pitt. Be the next Dong Nguyen.

Via: The App Store makes more money than Hollywood | Cult of Mac

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