BitLet is web 2.0-based Java applet, that lets you download torrent files on a computer that doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢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.
Adobe is one of the leading webtop providers and after its recent launch of an online version of Photoshop as Adobe Photoshop Express, and an online media player as AdobeTV, it has now launched Acrobat.com. Word processing, meetings and file sharing all-in-one. It is another big step towards providing more desktop-like applications online.
Acrobat.com integrates the three recently launched online services by Adobe: Brio, Buzzword and Share. Currently, it is only the public beta, the final launch is yet to come. With Acrobat.com’s launch, Adobe takes on Google Docs, Microsoft Office Live Workspace, WebEx, and GoTo Meeting, Scribd and DocStoc, all at the same time.