Torch Browser 1.0.0.1250

Torch is a free and unique software that offers you powerful browsing together with built-in media downloading and sharing features. Torch Browser is based on the Chromium technology platform, giving it fast browsing capabilities. With Torch, you can share sites you like, download torrents, accelerate downloads and grab videos - all directly from the browser. Everything you need is a just click away with Torch, so you don't have to use or download additional programs and tools.

Since it is based on the Chromium source code, Torch is as fast as the new generation of browsers. Torch offers you super browsing experience with its strong and fast search capabilities. With Torch, you will get broad, relevant and accurate search results in no time, combined with browsing features and winning add-ons that you already like and are familiar with from other Chromium-based browsers.

What unique features does Torch offer?

  • Built-in Torrent - with Torch, downloading and managing torrents is easy. You download torrents directly from the browser without having to download additional software.
  • Video Grabber - Torch lets you easily save web videos from virtually any site you go to. Torch's video grabber is integrated into the browser and supports a broad range of file types, so once you find a web video you want to save, you can easily grab and save it without having to use external programs, converters or extensions.
  • Easy Sharing - Share sites, videos, songs and search results with your friends on Facebook.
  • Download Accelerator - (Coming soon) Speed up the download rate of your media files with a powerful download accelerator that is integrated into Torch. Torch's accelerator downloads your files in optimal speed and works directly from your browser.

Download: Torch Browser 1.0.0.1250 | 610 KB (Freeware)
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I have tried torch and really liked it, don't really understand what you guys are talking about...
The torrent client is very easy to use and has been very reliable so far. The idea of torrent client and video grabber integrated into a browser is brilliant if you're asking me.

Does anyone really need a browser with torrent functionality, torrents IMO are dead, and the only other browser that offers said functionality is Opera, and look how popular that is!!

Torrents are dead? Wtf you talking about son. You are correct in one assertion, however - there's no point in using a mediocre torrent client that's tied into a browser.

BeLGaRaTh said,
Does anyone really need a browser with torrent functionality, torrents IMO are dead, and the only other browser that offers said functionality is Opera, and look how popular that is!!

BeLGaRaTh said,
Does anyone really need a browser with torrent functionality, torrents IMO are dead, and the only other browser that offers said functionality is Opera, and look how popular that is!!

You mean torrents were once alive? Crap, I missed out on that whole thing then. Never used one more than just to see how they functioned and I hated it.

Agree that a browser with this functionality is stupid, as is/was that feature in Opera.

BeLGaRaTh said,
Does anyone really need a browser with torrent functionality, torrents IMO are dead, and the only other browser that offers said functionality is Opera, and look how popular that is!!

What is the new popular format that everyone uses to download information? Do they just close their eyes and wish really hard until they get it?

Zeet said,

What is the new popular format that everyone uses to download information? Do they just close their eyes and wish really hard until they get it?

"download information"?

BeLGaRaTh said,
Does anyone really need a browser with torrent functionality, torrents IMO are dead, and the only other browser that offers said functionality is Opera, and look how popular that is!!

wasn't this "unique" feature available on opera for a while now...

cork1958 said,

You mean torrents were once alive? Crap, I missed out on that whole thing then. Never used one more than just to see how they functioned and I hated it.

Agree that a browser with this functionality is stupid, as is/was that feature in Opera.


What planet are you living on? One of the first things I do after I reinstall my OS is to install a torrent client. Sounds like you are bragging how rich and "civilized" you are.