µTorrent 2.2 gets an app store
Dubbed Project Griffin, version 2.2 build 19640 has added a web-based framework which developers can use to create apps for µTorrent. The goal of the project is to allow extensibility while keeping µTorrent itself as light as possible. According to the Project Griffin web page, the two don't have to be mutually exclusive -- so don't worry about your favorite little torrent app becoming a bloated mess.
The sky's the limit, really. P2P distribution has plenty of good uses, and Project Griffin should provide developers with a relatively hassle-free way to experiment.
Want to check it out for yourself? Download the alpha release from the Project Griffin page.