So... I have a huge problem. Torrenting is a phenomenal way to share files, and most people rely heavily on it, right? I'm a Mac user since 2011, and I know pretty well my way around anything tech related. However, since I only had WIFI in my house recently, I'm just now learning more about the potential of torrenting/routers/etc. Everybody needs a good torrent client, and the list is short. Bittorent's app is not accepted everywhere, and it is just a copy of the more up-to-date, more used, utorrent (from the same company). I believe that this is the most used app. However, utorrent looks like **** on a mac, compared to transmission. If Apple made a torrent app built in, it would be transmission. It looks amazing, is light, has great features (labels, colors, etc.) and it is easy to use. Also, the website is cleaner and doesn't try to make you download crap. But here's the thing: Transmission is archaic and impossible to recommend to pretty much everybody. Why? Because it will eat your bandwidth. You have to manually set the limits or have a great internet connection to be able to browse while torrenting. Pages won't load for most people, if transmission is being used. How is it possible, that such a app still has that problem? It's mind puzzling. utorrent, obviously, takes care of your bandwidth automatically. This means that you will play internet games without a problem. You will load pages without any hassle, and when they are loaded utorrent goes full speed. You don't even need to think about it. Is there anyway to fix this huge problem, or the only solution is just to send transmission to the trash can? Viable alternatives (transmission-like but with automated bandwidth management)? Looks like utorrent is the way to go.