eDonkey announced on Tuesday that its peer-to-peer file-sharing software is coming to Mac OS X. Previously, Mac support was available only through a text-based command line interface in the software. eDonkey links every client on the network with each other, allowing them to search within both the entire network and a subset of it. Users can also download files from multiple users simultaneously and automatically continue interrupted downloads during their next session, in addition to the ability to send private messages to other users. The eDonkey application is not finalized for Mac OS X yet, but you can download a Beta of either the free or paid version from the developer’s Web site. Both require Mac OS X v10.2 or higher and 64MB RAM; the free version has limited features and displays ads when you use it.