What is FrostWire?
FrostWire, a BitTorrent client (formerly a Gnutella client), is a collaborative effort from hundreds of Open Source and freelance developers from around the world. In late 2005, concerned developers of LimeWire's open source community announced the start of a new project fork "FrostWire" that would protect the developmental source code of the LimeWire client. The developers of FrostWire give high regard and respect to the GNU General Public License and consider it to be the ideal foundation of a creative and free enterprise market. FrostWire has evolved to replace LimeWire's BitTorrent core for that of Vuze, the Azureus BitTorrent Engine, and ultimately to remove the LimeWire's Gnutella core to become a 100% BitTorrent client that is simple to use.
FrostWire allows any individual to share his/her content to millions of people right from his/her computer without any cost thanks to the BitTorrent P2P network.
FrostWire helps to level the playfield of content distribution for content creators, Musicians, Film Makers, Writers, Software Developers, Game Developers and all kinds of content creators that can put their work into bytes can benefit from FrostWire to distribute their work for free to millions of people without having to pay for centralized hosting bandwidth.
Learn more about the many content creators who have already used FrostWire to distribute their content under Creative Commons licenses to people all over the world using FrostWire and FrostClick.com
In Addition, every copy of FrostWire is a self-contained smart search engine that crawls the BitTorrent network able to find the rarest of files indexed by .torrent files available on the internet. As of FrostWire 5, the software now counts with a powerful media Library that allows you to organize and find the media files in your computer, aggregates Internet radio stations and support for audio playback in the most popular audio formats today.
To be the best Free Open Source BitTorrent filesharing client that proves the many legitimate uses of filesharing technologies by supporting all the content creators willing to distribute their works for free under Creative Commons (or similar licensing models) to the BitTorrent network.