Quickly search 50-plus torrent sites with Bit Che
Finding a particular torrent isn't always easy, and you might have to visit several search engines before you spot the one you need.
Bit Che is a free PC program which offers an interesting alternative, quickly running searches on 50-plus torrent sites in a single operation.
After an adware-free installation, a straightforward interface ensures you’ll know immediately what to do. Which initially is just a matter of typing a keyword or two and pressing [Enter].
The program then opens multiple connections to its various sites, and displays and updates results as they come in, which means it feels very, very fast.
Double-clicking anything of interest displays more details, including an instant preview of the contents of any archives.
There are buttons to open the torrent URL with the default or some other application, to open the magnet link, save the torrent, copy any of these links to the clipboard, and more.
Perhaps best of all, the site searches aren't carried out by some hard-coded black box, but customized, user-accessible scripts. You don’t have to pay attention to any of that, but it means it's easy to add new sites -- or react to changes in existing sites -- and that's going to ensure reliable searches for a very long time.
The freeware Bit Che worked just fine for us, but if you like the program, or want more, a Plus Edition adds a few extras -- Search Tabs, Filter Search List 'As You Type', Media Type searching, Morning Coffee type extension (auto search based on weekday) -- and is yours for a minimum donation of $10.