BitLet: Web-Based BitTorrent Downloader


BitLet is web 2.0-based Java applet, that lets you download torrent files on a computer that doesn’t have a BitTorrent client installed. All you have to do is enter the URL of .torrent file, and press the Download torrent button! A new popup window will show your downloading progress and will ask you where to save the file. It uses your browser as a torrent client and downloads files just as a dektop BitTorrent client does.

It even has resume-support, that means you can pause your downloads anytime you want and resume them later. Best of all, it requires no registration or any configurations and gives pretty nice download speed. Even a BitTorrent illiterate can use this to quickly download stuff.

Bloggers can post links to torrent files on their blogs using its Code Generator, which when clicked will open a popup window and downloading will start immediately. BitLet uses the Sun Java platform, if you encounter any problems, try installing the latest Java Virtual Machine plugin from Sun.

This could be perfect BitTorrent client where torrents are not allowed and can’t be downloaded like at work place or school.

Try BitLet now!

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