Demonoid for Mac OS: Get Torrent RSS Feed on Your Mac Dashboard [Plus Free Invitation Code]

By Sidharth | Apple

Demonoid is a public torrent tracker which is among the best torrent tracker available on the Internet. The site that offers torrent files for free download. It is not just the commercial softwares or movies that can be downloaded through demonoid, but the tracker also houses some of the best open source softwares and extends their support towards useful project.

If you haven’t used demonoid yet, then go ahead and register an account at Demonoid.com. However, you can only claim for a demonoid account if you have an invite code. And yes, to register an account, I am giving away free demonoid invitation code—check at the end of this post!

Demonoid App For Mac OS

Assuming that you have an account at Demonoid, you can download this nifty little demonoid app, exclusively available for the Mac OS users. This dashboard widget app works similar to that of a desktop feed reader, and displays the set of latest torrent files on your Mac dashboard.

Download Demonoid App for Mac OS

There are two different widgets clubbed together in the download link. Download both these widget app and keep any one of them on your Mac. Needless to say, if you are a heavy torrent user, this widget is definitely a great addiction to your Mac dashboard.

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Free Demonoid Invitation Code:

As promised, here are the invite codes; use them wisely. If you want to pass your invites to the rest of the world, feel free to add your demonoid invites in the comment box below.

RockstarsidXu1ck841khx0v2n13yz2up32k614lqnmsa
RockstarsidX770sd2qrr6si1c0o7bwj5755zem

Also, you can always create a demonoid account without any invite, if it’s open, which usually happens every week.

About the Author

Hi, I am Sidharth. Full-time blogger. Editor of Blogote. And a self-proclaimed geek!