2Peer
2Peer
0.87.5016

0.5

2Peer free download for Mac

2Peer0.87.5016

22 June 2009

Private, secure P2P file sharing with your friends.

Overview

2Peer is a free application that lets you create your own Private Internet network with your friends & family. You can share your personal photographs, movies, and folders directly from your own computer with people you trust - privately, safely, and securely. There are no limitations - bandwidth, storage, file size - ever! Because it is your own Private Internet!

What's new in 2Peer

Version 0.87.5016: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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2 Reviews of 2Peer

Techthoughts
26 July 2008
Version: 0.86

Most helpful

I signed up a while back and have to say that I was glad to see this latest Mac update as the upgrades/changes are much improved over the previous version. Like all beta software I've tried, there are some things that could be done better and hopefully they will take the comments I sent them into consideration... At least the responded with some questions so I know they are considering it. Being able to set up private networks with my friends keeps my personal stuff from prying eyes, I don't see why everyone wouldn't use this type of service over public posting/uploading to websites.
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0.5
Jeshush
14 April 2014
Version: 0.87.5016
Hello? Anyone home? It looks like this has been abandoned even though the app is still available and the site is still up. Their "contact" page CAPTCHA is in error so there is no way to let them know their registration is not sending out confirmations. Good job, folks. Really was looking forward to this service. Too bad it's dead.
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Techthoughts
26 July 2008
Version: 0.86
I signed up a while back and have to say that I was glad to see this latest Mac update as the upgrades/changes are much improved over the previous version. Like all beta software I've tried, there are some things that could be done better and hopefully they will take the comments I sent them into consideration... At least the responded with some questions so I know they are considering it. Being able to set up private networks with my friends keeps my personal stuff from prying eyes, I don't see why everyone wouldn't use this type of service over public posting/uploading to websites.
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