Are you tired of searching for your files and only getting irrelevant results? Say goodbye to those frustrating searches with the latest update of FrostWire for Android!
The new FrostWire 2.6.5 build 714 filters out irrelevant search results from EzTv search performer, so you can easily find what you’re looking for without getting bogged down by irrelevant results. Plus, with the latest version of yt_dlp you can continue to download videos from hundreds of websites.
You’ll also notice a change in the app’s layout – the landscape mode has been removed, and the app now works only in vertical mode. This change has been made to improve the overall user experience and ensure that the app runs smoothly on all devices.
FrostWire has also improved its stability and performance by using the latest androidx.annotation:annotation:1.6.0 library.
A crash introduced in some devices while trying to get the fastest TPB mirror on startup has been fixed.
So what are you waiting for? Download the latest version of FrostWire for Android now and experience faster downloads, improved stability, and more relevant search results. It’s the perfect time to upgrade and enjoy all the benefits of this latest release!
Filters out irrelevant search results from EZTV search performer
Removed all landscape layouts, app works only in vertical mode now
Attention all Android users! The latest FrostWire release, version 2.6.4 build 712, is finally here and it is packed with amazing new features and improvements that will enhance your downloading experience. Whether you’re a seasoned user or a newcomer to the world of peer-to-peer file sharing, this update is definitely worth checking out.
One of the most exciting new features of FrostWire 2.6.4 is the 100x faster search results.
This means that you’ll be able to find and download the content you’re looking for much more quickly and easily than before. The SearchManager optimizations have made the search results faster, so you’ll be able to get your hands on your desired content in no time.
Furthermore, FrostWire now targets Android 13, which means that the app is fully optimized for the latest version of Android, giving you the best possible user experience. And if you’re a fan of BTDigg, you’ll be delighted to know that FrostWire has added it as a new search engine. Now, you’ll have even more options to choose from when searching for your favorite content.
In addition, the latest release has made some improvements to the okhttpclient thread pools, which will help prevent the app from exhausting your device’s HTTP connections. And while the Zooqle search engine has been removed due to the service being defunct, FrostWire has made up for it with other exciting updates.
FrostWire 2.6.4 also includes updates to several third-party libraries, such as python:yt_dlp-2023.2.17, com.google.firebase:firebase-crashlytics-gradle:2.9.4, com.google.gms:google-services:4.3.15, androidx.exifinterface:exifinterface:1.3.6, androidx.browser:browser:1.5.0, com.applovin:applovin-sdk:11.7.1, and com.applovin.mediation:unityads-adapter:188.8.131.52.
Overall, FrostWire 2.6.4 build 712 is an impressive update that takes downloading to the next level. The faster search results and improved optimization will make your downloading experience more seamless and enjoyable than ever before.
FrostWire has just released its latest stable version, 6.10.0, and it comes with a range of new and improved features that are sure to excite its users.
One of the key enhancements of this update is faster search results. The team has been working hard to optimize the search algorithm to deliver results more quickly, making it easier for users to find the files they’re looking for.
In addition, the new Telluride build 25 comes with Python 3.11, which provides faster web video searches. The team has also added a new search engine – BTDigg – to help users find even more content.
The search results cache now works with an sqlite database, which will improve performance and stability. The default audio/video player setting for Linux is now MPlayer, which should provide a better overall experience for Linux users.
Other changes include the removal of the defunct Zooqle search engine and the removal of audio player playlists along with H2 database dependency. The team has also reduced the number of threads used, which should help reduce memory usage and improve performance.
Express VPN detection has been fixed for Windows, and there are a range of bug fixes and improvements throughout the app.
Overall, this is a significant release that demonstrates the team’s commitment to continually improving the FrostWire experience for its users. The faster search results and improved search algorithms are particularly welcome, and the removal of defunct features and engines will help keep the app streamlined and focused on what users need.
FrostWire has always been a popular choice for those who want a powerful and reliable file-sharing app, and this latest update is sure to cement its position as one of the best options out there.
frostwire (6.10.0) stable; urgency=high
Faster search results
Telluride build 25 with Python 3.11, faster web video searches
New BTDigg search engine
Search results cache now works with sqlite database
MPlayer 1.5.0 with FFmpeg snapshot and OpenSSL 1.1.1s
SoundCloud search fixed
Torrentz2 search fixed
New button on status line right corner to open settings screen
Old buttons to access settings screen from search results and library gone
SearchManager now has 2 executors, one for crawlers another for one off requests
Default audio/video player setting for Linux is mplayer
Misc screen bugfix for Linux
Removed defunct Zooqle
Removed audio player playlists along with H2 database dependency
Less threads, less memory usage, more thread pool reusage for background UI related tasks
Express VPN detection fixed for Windows
DEV: New SearchPerformer.isDDOSProtectionActive() logic used in unit tests
It’s great to see the latest build of the Telluride Cloud Video Downloader, build 24, which now offers faster video downloads from popular websites that previously slowed download speeds. This is a significant improvement for users who rely on the tool to download videos from their favorite websites.
One of the key updates in this build is the inclusion of yt_dlp-2023.1.2, a powerful library for downloading web videos. This update allows users to more easily download videos from many video websites, even if the website has implemented throttling measures to slow down download speeds.
In addition to the yt_dlp library, build 24 also includes astroid-2.12.13, a static analysis tool for Python code. This tool can help developers identify and fix issues in their code, leading to more stable and reliable software.
For developers, this build also includes updates to several key tools, including pip-22.3.1, pyinstaller-5.7.0, and pylint-2.15.9. These updates ensure that the Telluride Cloud Video Downloader is built using the latest and most reliable tools, further improving the stability and performance of the software.
Overall, the latest build of the Telluride Cloud Video Downloader looks like a solid update that offers significant improvements for both users and developers. The inclusion of the newest version of the yt_dlp library will make it easier for users to download videos from popular websites, while the updates to development tools will ensure that the software is reliable and stable.
We look forward to seeing what you think, this new telluride release will be included in the upcoming version of FrostWire across all platforms, including Android.
With Java 19 we’ll be able to start experimenting with Virtual Threads which will provide us more efficient ways to do tasks in parallel by using considerably less memory, it also allows us to replace many simple classes for Records which should help us reduce boilerplate code and reduce the code base to some extent.
With this release we managed to remove almost all code warnings presented by java 18 and below compilers and only have one deprecation warning in our “””common” codebase, which will be waiting to be fixed once Java for Android catches up with Java for desktop.
Telluride Video Page Search is finally available for Android. Enter a video website URL to search for available videos in it so you can back them up offline. Supports hundreds of websites.
Faster more responsive keyword search.
Works on over 100 popular websites that share free videos like Reddit, Twitter, …, Vimeo, News, social media websites and more 😘. Just copy and paste the video page URL into the FrostWire search box to get started.
Soon we’ll make available FrostWire 2.6.0 which is able to search and backup videos from hundreds of popular websites when video page URLs are entered on the app’s search box. We are currently alpha testing FrostWire 2.6.0.