SoMud is an application that allows you to share and download files of all kinds and sizes using a P2P network.
The application comes with a comprehensive interface that is similar to that of other P2P apps that offer you the same service. So if you're just switching to SoMud everything feels familiar. To ease the process of locating and downloading content, you can use the built-in search engine and locate files on P2P websites. It also comes with video playback capabilities, which makes it possible for you to view clips before you download them.
Active downloads are displayed along with information about their total size, progress, download speed, queue and remaining time. As usual, for the downloading file you get information about the peers, user comments and other various statistics.
SoMud has a few features that enable you to speed up the download process. First off, you can set the application to resume a transfer without performing an integrity check and secondly, it enables you to download only specified items contained within the torrent file.
With it you also get to look up peer location and block peers found on multiple IP ranges. If you can locate it, SoMud enables you to download just about anything. It supports HTTP and UDP trackers (single or multiple), DHT protocols, NAT and UPnP routers and task query management.
It goes without saying that using SoMud you are able to create torrents for seeding and share them across P2P networks.
The application also enables you to set the bandwidth limit, run the application at startup, monitor Clipboard and notify you when a download finishes. In case you’re downloading a big file and don’t have time to sit around and wait for it to finish, you can use the application to shutdown the computer when the download finishes.
All-in-all, there is no good reason for you to not try SoMud when you need to get files across a P2P network.