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LuckyWire Turbo: Better than Limewire/FrostWire!


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#1 R00tZ

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Posted 17 August 2009 - 04:33 AM

This is my review of LuckyWire. I downloaded speeds of up to 450KB/s for a song before the song was done in just a few seconds. :)

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Website: http://www.luckywire.com

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It's a free P2P program based off Limewire 5's Graphic User interface, and features Turbocharged connection. It's the first program to ever develop ontop of Limewire 5's new design. The download speeds are amazing, I was downloading songs in just 5-10 seconds. I've tried Limewire Basic [free], Frostwire [free], and Luckywire. There's no comparison - Luckywire is the best. Plus Frostwire's bitorrent support sucks.

Main Description: Luckywire Turbo-Charged is the most advanced FREE P2P program released. It has features like: Turbocharged download speeds, built-in virus checker, BitTorrent support, iTunes integration, Sharing files with friends (Facebook, Gmail integration), and much more. It is the most popular
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free Peer to Peer downloading program.

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Download link: http://www.luckywire.com




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