Download Torrents Directly in Your Browser with OneClick
Filed under: Announcements & Events, Downloads, File-Sharing Programs, Networks & Services
Yesterday we reported about the latest project launched by the uTorrent team and called Torque. Now we detail around one of the apps released within Torque.
While probably any reader of this blog is pretty familiar with downloading files via BitTorrent we’ve got used to presenting anything that simplifies things even more.
Such a simplifying tool which can come in very handy if you don’t have any p2p filesharing client installed on your computer , cannot or don’t want to install such software is OneClick – basically, a Chrome extension that enables you to download torrents directly within your browser.
How it works:
With the extension installed and ready to be used, all you need to do to download a file is click on a torrent; the files will be downloaded automatically, right in the browser.
On the good side: very friendly for those who want the technicalities of downloading torrents out of the picture.
On the down side: of course, with OneClick you can’t expect to get all the features bundled in a p2p client like uTorrent; however, for a ‘quicky’, especially when you’re switching computers, this extension can prove useful (note also that sometimes you just need to wait a bit before your download starts).