Browsing through public BitTorrent sites in search of the latest releases can be a real exercise in futility. Sometimes we all need a pick-me-up - a cure-all solution to the madness. No, we’re not talking about private trackers. If personal vexation is your game, why not try TorrentStumble - here you’ll be able to ’stumble’ the top public trackers for a random ‘hit’ in any selected category. What could be more frustrating? Introducing TorrentStumble.com.
If you’re a public BT site user, it’s likely you already have a difficult time sifting through the bunk & junk torrents for a diamond in the rough. To oversimplify it, TorrentStumble brings you a random torrent from a random site. Feel free to check your BitTorrent aptitude at the door. The experience is comparable to closing your eyes, loading up mininova and clicking blindly! What could be more fun!
Presently in “beta” mode - TorrentStumble does have a few bugs - the fact that anything coming back from SumoTorrent is a dead link reinforces it’s betaware impression.
The idea behind TorrentStumble is that users submit torrents to the TS database as to be ’stumbled’ by other users. In our examination, we couldn’t have been more disappointed, although the premise of a service such as this does look promising. On paper, a torrent site that offers good user-submitted (albeit random) torrents in a variety of categories sounds like a great idea. In practicality, I wouldn’t be caught dead downloading anything that came back in the results.
This Sucks Says:
Well, if you enjoy bad pornrips… maybe?
“Browsing through public BitTorrent sites in search of the latest releases can be a real exercise in futility.”
No, just one specific search, and you’ll know if it’s out there or not. Duh..
If you want an overall view of the lastest popular releases, TPB’s “Top 100″ list is a great place to look.
automotive sensores Says:
Well. Not fairly what I expected, but you’ve made me think about this topic from another perspective. Fantastic job.