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A list of all compatible clients is available on Wikipedia.
The process of setting up RSS downloading differs for each individual client, but it’s not hard to figure out.
Instead of downloading the torrent directly, users now have the option to add the torrent to their personal RSS feed.
When added to your feed, the torrent will download automatically when your Bit Torrent client is running at home.
Downloading torrents remotely can come in quite handy when you’re at work, in a record store or at a friends place.
With a new feature at the Pirate Bay, you can do this with relative ease.
I love programming and often I am working on projects in Java, PHP, AJAX etc.
so what I did was leave the Utorrent RSS Feed alone, and used Google Desktop bar RSS feed to get the news, then get the torrent that way. Of course you can choose anything you wish and does not have to be Google Desktop widgets.
Mininova users who want to download torrents remotely can use Mininova’s bookmark feature, covered in our earlier article and iso Hunt has a similar feature. For the true torrent freaks out there, RSS really makes a difference.
RSS can be a real time saver for Bit Torrent enthusiasts.
The reason they’re called “search-based feeds” is because they are feeds that relate to particular search terms.
For example, if you search for ‘Torrent Freak’ the search results will have a link (orange button) to a feed that will send you updates on all torrents that match this search term.