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Download of the Day: iMesh 11.0

The best file sharing software just got better!

| Software News | Posted: Aug 17, 2011 8:56 am

Our Download of the Day today is iMesh 11.0.

 

iMesh is a media and file sharing client with online social network features, available in 9 languages. iMesh operates the first "RIAA-approved" P2P service, allowing users residing in United States and Canada to download music content of choice for a monthly fee in the form of either a Premium subscription or a "ToGo" subscription. A third option is also available for users (residing in either country) to permanently purchase tracks for $0.99 each, without a subscription.

 

In addition to the paid content, iMesh allows all users (regardless of origin country) access to "non-copyrighted" music and video files. A legalized ringtone download service is also available, allowing users to purchase songs for use as cellphone ringtones.

 

iMesh was the first company to introduce "swarming" - the ability to download one file from multiple sources, increasing download speed. iMesh was also the first company to introduce a working 'resume' feature, allowing users to pause downloads and resume them at a later time.

 

The company behind iMesh is also the same company behind BearShare under their MusicLab subsidiary.

 

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