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Trusted torrent clients

April 11, 2017, 7:24 pm by .xtend. •173 posted in torrents Views: 98122 , tags: torrent clients software


1. qBittorrent
If you're looking for a cross-platform torrent client that covers the essentials without getting overly complicated, qBittorrent is great.

Download here: qBittorrent

2. Deluge

Fancy something that resembles uTorrent without the unwanted software? No problem. Want to add alphabetical downloading, move downloaded files to specific directories according to the file type, adjust speed according to network conditions, create pretty graphs, schedule everything, integrate with Chrome or Firefox, or batch-rename downloads? That's not a problem either.

Download here: Deluge

3. Transmission
It's blazingly fast and with a tiny footprint, and while there are lots and lots of options for power users - speed limits, webseed support, magnet links, port forwarding, encryption and many, many more - it's simple enough for absolute beginners too. On a Mac, Transmission is our go-to torrent client.

Download here: Transmission

4. Transmission-Qt Win
It isn't perfect, though: known issues include poor performance on really big torrents (terabytes rather than gigabytes, so not a problem for most of us) and a memory leak if it's left running for very long periods.

Download here: Transmission-Qt Win

5. uTorrent
That aside, uTorrent is useful, effective and doesn't gobble up too much of your system's resources: the entire app is smaller than a digital photo. Although it isn't the official BitTorrent app, it's been maintained by BitTorrent for the last decade.

Download here: uTorrent

6. BitTorrent
However, while the apps are functionally identical there are a few key differences: BitTorrent offers web-based seeding, commenting and reviewing, and you may find that the BitTorrent client is welcomed by private trackers that don't like uTorrent.

Download here: BitTorrent

7. Vuze
An ambitious client. The paid edition has more features, but the free version is still excellent

Download here: Vuze

8. BitComet

It's not as pretty or as user-friendly as some other apps but there's lots here for power users to play with and it's a perfectly decent torrent downloader too.

Download here: BitComet

9. BitLord
It might be a little stripped-back for experienced torrent fiends, but if you're new to torrents, BitLord is a good place to start.

Download here: BitLord

10. Tixati
It's designed to be as lightweight as possible, boasts great filtering options and lives up to the no-nonsense promise.

Download here: Tixati

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