The Pirate Bay, despite losing the ‘heads’ of its Hydra domains faster than it can grow them back, has introduced embedded streaming, so at the click of a button you can watch the latest torrents in your browser. Using the Torrents Time browser plug-in, The Pirate Bay now features a “Stream It!” button for every torrent it carries.
Torrents Time – built by the people behind the notorious “Netflix for pirates”, Popcorn Time – is not exclusive to The Pirate Bay, designed to work with any torrent site, and allows in-browser streaming through Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome, in both Windows and OS X. While the plug-in is experiencing the teething problems expected of a beta release, its use and application is quite simple. Users only need to download the Torrents Time plug-in, and pick a torrent with a suitable number of seeders to maintain a reliable stream.
“By harnessing the incredible abilities of torrents, you can transform your website, in a matter of seconds to an amazing, simple to use streaming website,” the Torrents Time site reads. “With Torrents Time you’ll be able to […] generate more revenue than with any other monetization company while putting a stop to annoying ads.”
Torrents Time is soon to be adopted by Torrentproject.se, Videomax.is, Online.porntime.ws, and KickassTorrents.
“We are certain that in no time we’ll be embedded in all torrent sites who care to move-on with this evolution,” the Torrents Time team told TorrentFreak. “We will allow everybody to watch any movie they wish from torrent sites who embed us, when they want, without having to store someone’s file on their hard disk. It’s ‘watching together’ or ‘Co-Watch’ technology, made possible by Torrents Time.”