bittorrent logo BitTorrent aims to revolutionize the internet again with Torque

BitTorrent has become an integral part of the internet since its inception ten years ago and the folks that helped deliver BitTorrent is aiming to revolutionize the internet even further—with something they call BitTorrent Torque.

BitTorrent has become an integral part of the internet since its inception ten years ago and the folks that helped deliver BitTorrent is aiming to revolutionize the internet even further—with something they call BitTorrent Torque. 

BitTorrent Torque, according to the official BitTorrent site, will allow developers and users to integrate BitTorrent into web browsers. 

“Simply put, it allows anyone to utilize our powerful technology to create completely fresh and new experiences for users with just a couple lines of code.” 

One such integration, dubbed Paddle Over, involves drag and drop of files for transfer between computers, social sharing tools, social networks, and more.  Another feature is OneClick, which allows torrent downloads to turn into normal in-browser downloads.

The team claims that BitTorrent Torque is their attempt at providing internet developers and users with the opportunity to become even more involved with the BitTorrent technology. 

“Torque Labs is part of our ongoing commitment to maintain an open conversation between our developers and our developer community.  We are confident that together we can create some really kick-ass applications.”

BitTorrent Torque is currently in alpha, but the team hopes that the internet community will help drive their new technology “beyond desktop clients.”  Interested?  Check out the official BitTorrent Torque page.