aMule is a multi-platform client for the ED2K file sharing network and based on the windows client eMule. aMule started in August 2003, as a fork of xMule, which is a fork of lMule.
aMule currently supports Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Windows, MacOS X and X-Box on both 32 and 64 bit computers.
aMule is intended to be as user friendly and feature rich as eMule and to remain faithful to the look and feel of eMule so users familiar with either aMule or eMule will be able switch between the two easily.
Since aMule is based upon the eMule codebase, new features in eMule tend to find their way into aMule soon after their inclusion into eMule so users of aMule can expect to ride the cutting-edge of ED2k clients.
The best part is that it’s developed by a great team whom are probably even more user friendly than aMule itself. Join us in #amule on irc.freenode.net or visit the aMule forums if you have any suggestions, questions, problems, bugs, patches or anything else that you might think of.