Phrozen DropBox Torrent v1.0

Phrozen DropBox Torrent is a tiny tool which uses the power of the well known Cloud Hosting service DropBox to bypass some restriction in some countries, campusses or companies.

Basically it will grab any dropped torrent file (inside the DropBox path) and automatically start the downloading process from the computer where you installed the freeware.

For example, you could install Phrozen Dropbox Torrent at home, then when you are at work searching (and finding) for something which only exist as a torrent but you then run into problems because your internet may restricted and, as a consequence, you are unable to download that torrent. With Phrozen DropBox Torrent you simply download the torrent file, drop the torrent file in one of the DropBox synchronized paths and then wait few seconds. When the torrent disappears from the DropBox context, it means the download has started from the computer where Phrozen DropBox Torrent is installed.

Note: This is only the very beginning of the project and this project could grow in something much more powerful which not only downloads torrents but will have other interesting features as well (Phrozen DropBox Utilities).

It doesn’t require any torrent client. We use a free torrent downloader called Aria (console), which is very efficient.

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Boxopus Downloads Torrents Directly to Dropbox

Downloading a torrent is typically a two-step process and requires you to first download the file and then open it up in a client. Boxopus is a new webapp that lets you skip the client and download torrent files directly to your Dropbox account.

Note:This feature was removed by Dropbox due to piracy concerns But you can still download as a Zipped file with maximum size of 2Gig Eish.

Using Boxopus is simple. Login using you facebook or twitter account link Boxopus to your Dropbox account, you only need to drag a file directly into Boxopus and the torrent starts downloading via http into your Dropbox account. No need for special programs or files, which means you can queue up torrents from any computer as long as you have a Dropbox account.

Boxopus is still in beta, but it’s free to sign up for and simple to use .