Ever stumbled onto a torrent on-the-go and wished you could start the download on your home computer? Free service ReactorFeed allows you to create a custom RSS feed and add items from popular torrent sites that your home BitTorrent client can automatically start downloading.
We've featured ways to download torrents remotely before, such as with Dropbox — unfortunately, that method requires that you actually download the file to sync it via Dropbox. That's fairly simple, but if you're on a computer where you can't install Dropbox, copying and pasting is simpler. By creating a custom RSS feed in ReactorFeed and having your torrent client monitor it at home, you can begin torrent downloads instantly just by adding a torrent's link to your feed. Because it's all done on the web with simple copying and pasting, you can add torrents from anywhere — your work computer, a friend's computer or even your smartphone. You can even make your feed public, if you so choose, so your friends with similar tastes can check out what you're downloading, or run multiple feeds to share with different people or keep certain ones private. Not a bad tool for getting your BitTorrent fix when you're away from your computer.