Jun 17th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 10th, 2021, 4:51 pm

FrostWire’s bringing their peer-to-peer app to the Android market, but they need some help on getting this thing tuned. Those of you who’ve ever needed to download some “hard-to-find” files at some point or another knows the FrostWire name, but this isn’t of the same cloth.

This app will allow you and your friends to send files to each other while you’re connected to the same WiFi network. They call it Short Range P2P – a long shot from what many would probably want FrostWire on a mobile device to be – but it does seem rather useful for secure file transfers across multiple devices.

There are some requirements you’ll need to meet in order to properly alpha test the app, however, and they’re as follows:

  • Have one or more Android Devices (+1.6)
  • See other people with Android Devices (+1.6) on a daily basis
  • Can express yourself clearly
  • Experience with Alpha Testing and Bug Reporting is a plus
  • Understand Filesharing and Love Technology
  • Love FrostWire
  • If you want to take a crack at testing this out, go ahead and sign up at FrostWire’s site now.

    [via DroidLife]