Aside from the usual bug fixes, the new release allows users to drag and drop downloaded files to Apple and Android devices, as well as the PS3 and Xbox 360 game consoles. This allows users to quickly sync downloaded content to these devices.
Below are the changes, as follows:
2011-09-19: Version 3.1 alpha (build 25671)
• Fix: Add Devices Pane does not show Tabs Context Menu on right click
• Fix: Drag and drop from files tab to non-Device Category item does not crash
• Fix: memory leak
• Change: don't show balloon tip when loading torrents with errors on startup
2011-09-15: Version 3.1 alpha (build 25664)
• Fix: Memory leak in seperate resume files and bencoded entities.
• Fix: Speed up Torrent View Drawing
• Change: Automatic Detection of USB storage devices
• Change: Added a Device node - used to add and keep track of USB storage devices added by the user
• Change: Can Add Apple, Android, PS3, XBOX360 devices
116w ago - Capcom Product Manager Mike Lunn has announced today that next Wednesday (Tuesday in North America) Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD is hitting PSN and will be 50% off for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
To quote: More classic Resident Evil horror is heading to the PlayStation Network next week with Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD! Claire Redfield, after narrowly escaping Raccoon City, is searching for her brother Chris.
Captured while sneaking around an Umbrella facility and snooping for leads, Claire is hauled off to a maximum security prison installation on Rockfort Island. While making her escape, she realizes the island is being overrun by zombies and Bio-Organic Weapons.
Claire meets another prisoner, Steve Burnside, who is also looking to escape ... but will they be able to work together to make it out alive? The island is veiled in secrets and the family behind the Umbrella Corporation has a deadly agenda of their own. Relive the survival horror classic available via PlayStation Network on Wednesday, Sept. 28th.
As we mentioned last week, we've got even more RE deals for PlayStation fans to help celebrate Resident Evil's 15th anniversary. For PlayStation Plus members, we're offering the same 50-percent-off...
116w ago - PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen has shared this weeks PlayStation Video Store and Music Unlimited new release updates today, as follows:
Hilarious women and new television headline what's new this week!
Get your laugh on in New Releases the summer's breakout comedy hit Bridesmaids. Kristen Wiig (Saturday Night Live) leads a hilarious cast of females that includes Maya Rudolph (Up All Night), Rose Byrne (X-Men: First Class), Wendi McLendon-Covey (Reno 911!), Ellie Kemper (The Office) and recent Emmy Award winner Melissa McCarty (Mike & Molly).
You'll find everything you need to get set for the new television season with our Fall TV Survival Guide. You can catch up on last season, download great free episodes and see this season's best new and return shows all in one location. This week, catch great pilot episodes for free for new shows like Up All Night, Free Agents and The Playboy Club.
Also, see the best in returning shows, including Modern Family, Community, The Office, CSI, How I Met Your Mother, Hawaii Five-O and Parks & Recreation. And Gleeks this week will get a special bonus episode of the new show New Girl with the purchase of the first episode of Glee's season 3 entitled "The Purple Piano Project."
116w ago - Eiconic Managing Director Graeme Monk has announced today that Mercury HG is sliding onto PlayStation Network this coming Tuesday.
To quote: If you enjoy casual, pick-up-and-play puzzle games, then get ready for an experience, because Mercury Hg is going to rock - and roll! From the developers of Polar Panic and Arctic Adventures comes an update to this PSP classic.
First, a bit of history about the periodic table of the elements. Mercury is metal that has a peculiar trait: it's a liquid at room temperature! It's also a highly toxic substance to play with - unless it's done digitally, of course.
In Mercury Hg, the core premise is to guide a blob of mercury around a tilting puzzle maze while collecting bonuses, reaching the finish as quickly as possible with as much of the blob left as you can.
Mercury was first released on the PSP in 2005, and updated again in 2006 as Mercury Meltdown. This Tuesday, we'll be releasing it in HD for the first time as Mercury Hg - pun intended!
When UTV Ignition approached us to develop a PS3 version of their popular IP, we wanted to update the franchise to appeal to today's gamer. We designed an entirely new look for the game, drawing inspiration...