The most used BitTorrent client in the world is uTorrent, and its developers have just rolled an impressive new feature out in the most recent alpha. This version of the program has integration with Android, iOS, XBox, and PS3 devices. Users will be able to easily sync downloaded content to their devices with this update.
The files will sync over a local Wi-Fi network, but won’t be converted to device-specific formats. That is a feature currently in development, but is expected to be a premium feature for the paid uTorrent Plus. Although, we wouldn’t be surprised if some users pirated it.
The alpha is Windows-only right now, and it is very alpha. A final version is expected in a few months. In the meantime, you can try out the preview build here.
Update: Previously, this article was missing a link to the alpha build. It should work now--sorry for the trouble.