Torch Music comes to the desktop with new app

If you aren’t familiar with Torch, it’s a Chrome-based web browser that adds a lot of extra functionality. This includes built-in BitTorrent, as well as free streaming music. But you don’t necessarily have to install the browser to get access to this — the company offers an Android app and now is producing a desktop version of the service as well.

Here’s how to install it and what you should expect once it’s up and running. There are just a few simple steps to follow, so let’s walk through them now.

You can download the free app from Torchmusic.fm — the file is 1,702 KB. There are no unwanted add-ons included, such as toolbars and the like.

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At the end of the process, you’ll be faced with a number of options. All are enabled by default, but you may wish to make some alterations here, though that is up to you.

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Once up and running you have the option to either log in using Facebook, or use a guest log in. Now you can begin searching for the music you wish to listen to — either by artist, song or album.

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Conclusion

All music is free to stream, and there are no limits. It installs easily, and has a beautiful interface and makes finding music and discovering related artists very simple.

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