With the increasing popularity for not only torrenting sites but also music-sharing sites, Weblagu leaves its mark as one of the most updated databases out there that both brings users to a quick download as well as user-friendly time visiting the site.
With a very simple built, the site has a lot more to offer than an OKAY first impression. First off, the popular chart list is helpful for any music addict who prefers listening and trying out new songs, and Weblagu provides those in a matter of days, or less, hours. The recent searches part, although hard to notice, informs users of current and recent downloads and searches, which can be very helpful to understand the targeted audience and the region of visitors that prefer this site. The popularity of the site increases daily through their Facebook page that has almost 900,000 likes, suggesting a much bigger visitor queue. Searching for songs is made extremely easy by Weblagu as there are word fillers to help users find content, and even if searches are vague, the results are brought up quickly and nicely so that anyone can look through. With numerous music-sharing sites out there, one can always find a negative side like ads or redirecting pages and surveys, but Weblagu offers direct downloads through a very responsive and fast server.
As activities of governments to block file-sharing sites continue, Weblagu seems little affected by this but nonetheless one should tread carefully into sites that look compromising, though needless to say Weblagu is far from a site that looks compromising.
As part of the file sharing community, TorrentR offers similar activities to other file-sharing sites non-stop. It is becoming an increasingly popular torrent site due to its updated content and fast upload time. Coincidentally, it is of similar looks to the famous Kick-Ass Torrents site.
Functional torrenting sites are considered so due to their providing of quick and healthy torrents for any user and TorrentR excels in this area. The optional categories placed just below the search bar are extremely helpful in allowing visitors to separate content especially in large torrenting databases such as this one. Similarly, the home page consists of newest torrents for movies, TV-shows, music, games, and applications that allow users a quick glance into the latest uploads in case they’re here just for that. A very helpful feature in this case is the health bar next to each torrent that automatically takes into consideration the seed/leech ratio so that a user doesn’t need to download a torrent to check its speed. Further into the search results area, users can again categorize torrents not only by popularity but also by uploaded date and seed/leech number, size, and health. Users should always show caution when using torrent sites as countries like the UK almost always block torrent sites as soon as they hit the web.
Having a similar built to the famous KAT site, TorrentR has a nice and appealing look and unlike some sites that try to sell adds, this one shows little or none. On a final note, although file-sharing sites are also restricted in countries like UK, Netherlands, and even Germany and Denmark, some of them escape the restrictions are become available for short periods of time, so hurry up.
Torrentus is unlike most Torrenting sites in that it provides a gathering of all torrent databases into one for easier viewing. It is exceptionally updated to cater to every user needs without the need to search individual torrent sites. It further provides thousands of active and verified torrents that are very easy to find.
The search box is perhaps the most important feature of the site as it is a rather unified search bar that runs any query through over 46 Torrent databases. It is well-known that functionality-wise this is a top notch file sharing site and adding to that the fact that torrents are safe to download as well as upload, this makes it worth your time. The 10 main categories below the search bar greatly help narrowing your searches, and further increase the efficiency of finding torrents through the subcategories represented in each category through a simple mouse hovering. Upon completing a search, the results are able to be laid out in the category of size, seed, leech, and age, and unlike some sites that don’t make this feature available; Torrentus makes it very easy to use and highly popular to click. Adding to the fact that it is still only a site to redirect to actual torrents, it still manages to show the seeds for each torrent and thus making it easy for the user to click it right then and there instead of checking from which torrent site the file is coming. Users can further make use of commenting and up voting or down voting torrents without the necessity of registering a user. Overall this is one of the best and most user-friendly torrent sites I have come across, with the sole aim of satisfying its large visitor base.
Design and Suggestions
Upon visiting the homepage, I am brought to a very nice looking design and especially cute logo whereas further down there’s torrent news in relation to cyber security issues. The design is very well coded and the site is strong in its structure; there are no ads and there are no annoying banners or links to ask for premium downloads. I have no suggestion as I cannot see how to better improve this torrent site. Well done.
AxxoMovies is a long-standing file sharing site through torrent databases known to be uploaded at their premium and best quality upon release. Axxo, namely the owner of the AxxoMovies as well as the Axxo torrent uploads is one of the most famous uploaders you may have seen on popular sites such as Kick-Ass, or former PTB.
The site is highly functional and dedicated to providing only the best quality of movies, and only movies. Since the staff is focused only on movies, it further means they are doing a good job at providing any movie links. The site is one of the most visited by torrent fans and veterans of torrent downloading who happen to also be loyal downloaders of specific Axxo torrents. The main page directly brings forward all the options you will ever need in finding movies; that includes 12 categories of movies you may search through and a very useful ‘How to Download’ button that takes the user to instructions on downloading torrents. Rarely does a site have such a category to help users find their way, but it is nonetheless a very useful feature as the trends of file sharing grow day by day. First-time users as well as returning ones will find it extremely easy to search for movies which get listed in a scrolling thumbnail mode for better viewing. Below every movie is the button to further details that takes you to the download of either the torrent or the direct magnet link. On the right are most downloaded movies to date that help users’ find popular content and recent good movies.
Design and Suggestions
The design is rather straightforward, while enabling easy viewing of files and making it less painful on the eyes due to the simplistic yet sufficient design. I would yet add a few changes, such as adding the download options at the front of the results instead of having to click once to take you to the movie details. Although for users who like to view more details, that button is also worth it as it provides an IMDb link as well as the trailer. I would further improve the functionality by also adding a short movie description without needing to click on the IMDb link. Overall this is a highly rich database of movies and I strongly recommend using it for your movie needs.
Icefilms is a video streaming site that contains different TV shows, movies, and other video based contents. The website contains an extensive amount of old and new TV shows with a large selection of Movies. Most of the TV shows and Movies are available in HD quality at the website. Aside from the content the website has a very dark and dreary theme that compromises the user’s experience and creates confusion. In terms of content, the website has a lot of TV shows and movies but it does not contain all the latest shows that the users may be after.
Perhaps the weakest aspect of this website is how it looks. With a dark background and blue font on top of that it can be very difficult to read and navigate through the website. The website does contain categories for different content and also gives the users a list of popular shows and movies but does not contain posters for movies or shows upon initial search and the users have to open the links in order to see the details of the show. While searching for different movies the website only lists the most popular movies based on the hints and does not categorize them based on the genre or year of release. All of these weaknesses contribute an average experience that otherwise could have been great. In terms of content, Icefilms has a very large collection of old shows and movies but it fails to deliver most of the modern TV shows and movies. Overall, having to click through links as well as having to download codecs greatly compromise a users’ security as well as makes the doubtful of the sites intentions.
Design and Suggestions
The site navigation is difficult due to the weak design and on top of that users also need to install a codec in order to properly view the site and enjoy all its functionalities that are very few to begin with. When trying to watch a movies or TV shows the users have to go through multiple links in order to finally reach the video stream. The streaming quality is also a bit slow that further hampers the experience. Overall the website fails to live up to the expectation and delivers a very mediocre and sometimes confusing experience. I would suggest a complete redesign of the website, but first make the content easily viewable and downloadable.
Torrentbit.net is a torrent hosting site that provides access to different torrent related content on the web. The website has a very clean and simple design that makes it easier for the users to search different content that they want. Everything is nicely divided in categories that simplify the navigation around the website. Some of the salient features of the website remain to be analyzed below.
Upon the first visit, the user is greeted with the Home Page that contains a basic outline of the website, with sorted categories and the most downloaded torrents listed in each category. On the left side of the page users can find the general categories such as Movies, Music, Anime, Books and several others. Content-wise the site looks loaded on files. The Uploading feature of the website is only available to the registered members, which adds a sort of security against false uploads and links that waste a user’s time. All the popular torrents are sorted categorically, thus making it easier for the users to find what they are looking for. In addition to easier navigation the site also contains a list of popular searches that can be used as a recommendation list if the user is uncertain about the movie or the type of music that they are looking for. Overall the website has a nice interface and some nifty features that make it ideal for the users searching for different torrent related content. A nice feature of the site is brought on by the fact that there aren’t any ads and banners to clutter the whole website and make it hard to find what you are looking for. Furthermore, this works equally with or without an AdBlock, allowing any user to find the site easy to use and without hesitating to return to it. Overall this is a highly functional site that should definitely gain more popularity due to its simplicity and the idea that it is solely used for torrenting and not personalized gains.
Design and Suggestions
Talking about the theme, the website has a very simplistic looking web page design that fails to draw the attention of users towards it. The gold and white colors are prominent in the website, giving it a certain appeal. The website is nicely sorted, but it lacks the wow factor that would make the users stay on the page for a long time. To conclude, comparing with other Torrenting sites, this is one of the few I have seen that doesn’t raise any red flags as well as provide a user-friendly interface. I would highly suggest a bit of a color change so that the golden is not as dominant and hurtful to the eyes
Tokyo Toshokan is a Japanese torrent directory that claims to contain all the latest Japanese content. Upon first visit, the website does not contain much at its welcome page other than a few links to donate or search torrents and a search bar. The website has a very minimal look with white background and basic font. Tokyo Toshokan does not contain many redeeming qualities that can help it to stand apart from the rest of the competition in the torrent category.
In the functionality department the website does not contain any categories or lists of the most searched content, neither does it contain any kind of sitemap that can guide the users to find the content that they desire. The homepage of the website contains a few links that the visitors can use to upload, donate or search torrents; other than that there are no unique features that are worth discussing. A distinguishing quality that TokyoTosho contains is being centered specifically towards Japanese content, but an in-depth analysis reveals that the website lacks any concrete content Japanese or otherwise. Most of the search result return adult or unrelated content that the searched words or phrase has no association to, the website looks very thin and does not contain much features or contents that could justify its claim to be one of the few sites that hold premium Japanese content. In addition to lacking any good content the website lacks any structure that would enable the users to reach the particular link or content that they desire, even the search bar fails to fulfill its function. The only redeeming quality that the website has is it separately categorizes different content. The users would easily be able to distinguish whether their desired content is in the search results or not. Other than that there is not much that this website has to offer.
Design and Suggestions
The website fails to capture the attention of the audience and visitors due to its very bland and minimalistic page. Regardless of the design, the torrent site yet fails to answer the user needs and is completely outdated. In short, what is the design worth, if anything, when the website does not deliver what it is supposed to? I highly recommend that the site focus on delivering content, being that they aim to bring Japanese media content at a premium quality.
One of the most fascinating facts about the German population is that they love to dub any movie to their own language, including even in their most famous cinemas. As a site that provides every single movie dubbed in the German language, it is by far one of the best sites out there for this specific purpose. Movie buffs who do not understand German, stop reading right now. The rest of you follow me.
In a short sentence, Kinox.To provides everything a user needs in order to watch movies in the German language. From the home page to the last page, the site provides numerous instructions on how to download movies, explains their policies, and provides further items that will please even the most uninstructed user that is using a file sharing site for the first time. Features of the site worth noting are the tools and the playlists categories. The Tools category immediately provides the user with any movie-related inquiry application-wise, starting with adobe flash and ending with various movie players; this greatly reduces any bothersome feelings for those who are not quite sure how to start their file sharing experience. The Playlist category is a similar category as seen in IMDb where a user or staff creates a watch list of movies based on a theme or title, but this feature offers a lot more: It offers a more specific list of movies, ordered from first to last, while offering to stream them completely for free and in a sequential order. In short, for those who enjoy movies while hate wasting their time, this feature allows you to choose any genre or theme while all you have to do is grab the popcorn. A helpful feature is also the Genre List that obviously allows the selection of movies for easier finding based on your genre liking, as well as the selection based on newest, most popular, or the kind of show and movie to choose from. With this site, I can safely say that any German-speaking movie buff is lucky to stumble across it while making it difficult for them to ever quit.
Design and Suggestions
The thing that applauds the site the most is the fact that the top right corner offers 4 different color themes to view the site from, making it an interesting feature in the place of where a possible language selection category could have been. Overall the design is fairly good and everything is functional to the dot, leaving me with a good impression of the German techniques of file sharing sites. I would recommend a similar website to provide movies at their original language as it would become a very popular site indeed.
A very useful BitTorrent site especially for new users is SevenTorrents. It is a good source of fast and new movie files while it receives over half a million visitors monthly. The goal here is to gather the highest quality of recently released movies and put them together in one spot, and looking at the database, they are achieving this successfully.
Perhaps one of the most functional sites I have seen In terms of providing useful information to users. So if you’re a first-time user this wouldn’t be a bad place to start. You are well informed about the site statistics, as well as instructions on certain methods that will make your BitTorrent life easier, such as how to block popups, use your own downloads profile, etc. Since almost all sites provide categories of movies, I will focus more on what is not on other sites. Specifically, the user can differentiate between p2p groups, which are responsible for most of the movie uploads, starting with YIFY, RARBG, Juggs, etc. Instead of visiting their sites separately, you may just categorize based on uploads as they are exactly the same uploads; only the links appear on this website for easy access. Movies are laid out extremely well and in a very informative way, while you can also pick right away the definition of the movie and then just download it. Users are also informed of the recent releases and popular movies as well as how many torrents exist for each of them without the need to click and find out or be disappointed that there aren’t any torrents.
Design & Suggestions
The site is designed perfectly to reveal any information you want without having to be directed to another page, and frankly, that is a very rare feature that not many websites possess. I would suggest a small improvement that also allowed listed viewings of torrents without the need to scroll a lot, as well as provide seed and leech information right on the side of the listed torrents. Users can gain a lot by this feature when they are just looking for a new movie that is also popularly viewed.
As far as BitTorrent databases go, Torrent.CD is pretty rich in content, offering the usual movies and TV-shows, but also quite a large database of Anime. The site seems more personalized for some types of visitors due to its content and related searches, such as Russian, Korean, and Japanese, and is overall a free torrent site. Although it is full of content, some recent shows, movies, anime tend to be missing but that is due to a lesser popularity and thus less peers to upload torrents.
The website seems very user-friendly in its maneuverability and what makes searching easier is the side box of categories as well as subcategories that help narrow your search greatly. This is an efficient tool when dealing with a large database such as this sites’. The main categories in the home page allow for easier viewing of current and popular movies, TV-Shows, Anime, Adult films etc. Another side box that is helpful is just below the categories box and it provides links to external sources of BitTorrent databases which can help the user find content that they otherwise can’t find here. The fans and loyal visitors can make use of that category by visiting other databases that the current site cooperates with. Furthermore as a free torrent site, it does not offer annoying popups that some sites tend to, therefore making it much more attractive to visit.
Design and Suggestions
The centered width design makes the site look much neater and professional, while the animations next to certain names make it very friendly. The download torrent button next to torrents doesn’t seem to work, and neither do the categories of dates, seeds, or leeches. I would highly recommend that more functionality is added to the buttons that exist.
Btloft obviously stands for BitTorrent Loft and upon visiting the site, it seems like a pretty old and left out loft. Although the site is fairly updated, it is not fully updated with the recent 2015 shows that are coming out like Orange is the New Black, or even Game of Thrones. Any site that doesn’t have the latest GoTh episodes is outdated in my opinion.
The site is okay functional, it provides with a search bar right away for users to find content, as well as adds a lot of torrents daily, but somehow not the popular ones. Like some other torrent sites, the user cannot effectively search for torrents because they cannot rank torrents by seeds, date, or size. The browse category is perhaps the only part of the site that actually helps in categorizing between shows, movies, music, etc. But even then, the user will have a bad time finding a specific torrent they want to download. The site is more or less incomplete in its code; the Registration page leads nowhere, so it hasn’t been coded yet, and the same goes for the Stats page. The seed/leech information is also not well updated and the overall speed of torrents is pretty low.
Design & Suggestions
It would be okay to talk about the design except that there is no point when the site doesn’t provide what it is made to: good torrents. I find the download torrent button helpful, but again, it doesn’t matter if the site is outdated. The only suggestions would be to update to the latest contents and then fix the functionality in being able to categorize torrents as well as show better information about them.
The increasing number of BitTorrent sites leaves little desire to look for new ones, especially when the popular ones like Kick-Ass Torrents or the former popular PirateBay exist. With that in mind, other torrent sites become less useful with the exception that they might have certain files that other sites do not provide.
The search bar is placed correctly at the top and it does not become an obstacle when the window is minimized while visiting the site. The main and only category that is available on the front page is the Today’s TOP torrents which in my personal opinion are hardly useful when dealing with a not-so-popular torrent site. Just below the Today’s TOP category are ‘recent searches’ tags that leave me wondering about the tags at the top. Are they both recent searches, and if yes, why would you separate them in an unappealing way? Also, upon searching any query, the result doesn’t allow for categorical listing by seeds or size or anything like that, and that makes this site pretty useless in terms of efficiency in finding torrents. Overall the site seems to be updated but the seed/leech information seem to be wrong as they mostly display 0/0 while the torrent loads very fast anyway.
Design & Suggestions
From the first look it can be seen that this site is coded with little or no experience in HTML and a lot of code copying. The whole content is left-sided which is why the search bar is always visible when you reduce the screen size. I would highly recommend making the content centered and making the categories clickable for easier viewing, as this would require very basic HTML and PHP coding skills.
Upon visiting the site of Vertor.eu, the first impression it leaves me is that the logo looks pretty decent, the name actually stands for ‘verified torrents’ which is pretty meaningful. Then naturally, the next thing that catches my eye are the first displayed torrents of 2014, which to my expectations, it should be the recent torrents of 2015. Ironically enough, the torrents of 2014 actually ARE the recent torrents.
Like any torrent site, design is not necessarily a must-have, as long as the site supports good ‘verified torrents’, However, it really hurts my eye seeing that every torrent name is underlined as it makes me feel like it’s an important torrent, but they can’t all be possibly important. Can they?
Overall, like I said, the design is okay for a torrent site so no harm there but I would still add perhaps a box of ‘recent torrents’, or just give less space to the main box of torrent lists as it is taking all the space away no matter how wide my screen is.
Again, with emphasis on the word ‘ironic’, the small buttons next to the torrent names are supposed to give extra torrent information like if it’s verified or who uploaded it, but funnily enough all torrents seem to have been uploaded by ‘user’. Next, the Health bar of the torrent is about 80% of the way full with an orange/brownish color, what does that mean? If the bar is at 0% is the torrent dead? Moving on, I can’t even click the tab to rank torrents by date, size, or seeds unless I am at the search results, and even then, when I click on seeds, it still ranks them randomly.
Besides the obvious fact that your torrent side should be always updated, you may want to add a little button that takes you to the magnet link without having to download the file. Furthermore, why even bother adding the ‘direct link’ or ‘free download link’ when everyone knows it will never happen. Overall, I would go on with suggestions, but what is the point really when your ranking doesn’t work and your recent torrents are of 2014?
One of the most recent trends in web-building and design that’s making a huge comeback since the last decade is the wide-width style of web design. What this design basically does it displays the content as wide as the browser’s width can support, so if your browser’s viewing the page it extends from end to end, giving it an appealing look while also adding to the simplicity of the web-site.
Unfortunately for TorrentExpress, I am not sure what they were aiming at with designs half-way done. Perhaps my first critique upon visiting the site is the fact that I simply cannot use it in dual screen with another page because half the content is lost. Now, as an avid fan of multitasking, and I’m sure I am not alone in this, it is inconvenient for me to devote time to a simple torrent search.
When did anyone ever, in their lifetime, click on the first torrent they see related to their search query? I am hoping the answer is never because for myself, I have to find the best ratio of seeds/size and in most torrent sites it is just a small ‘seeds’ button that rearranges everything to your desires. In this case, however, not only is the torrent site outdated, it does not even have ranking by seeds or size even if I want to search for a movie to download.
First off, design the site properly so that when it is minimized at least it shows a new search bar at the top, or even add an app-like button for drop-down lists. Secondly, if you are going to keep the torrent site looking this simple, at least make every search query result in a ranking of best to worst seeds, and if that is too much to ask, at least add the button for the user to click.
RarBg is one of the top torrent release group along with yts. They are a bulgarian tracker which provides tracking services for torrents. Most of the torrents are of movies and tv shows. They do provide other torrents like games and software but they are of low priority. They require a healthy seed ratio otherwise you speeds are throttled or you ip will be penalized for hit and run behavior. All registrations on the site are invite only although on rare occasions they open registrations for public. they have around 700000 torrents indexed. They are featured as one of the most popular torrent sites of the year 2015 by TorrentFreak. The have plugin for utorrent and firefox using opensearch to allow searching for torrents from the browser. They have very strict rules of uploading an seeding violating them may incur instant bans. The site is current blocked in UK and recently they moved the domain name from .com to .to. They provide a very simple search with filter on categories
Torrent crazy is a simple torrent search engine with torrents in five main categories. Users can simply search using the search box in top right corner. Most of the torrents have a good description and a link to imdb with plentiful screenshots, showing the quality of torrents. Any one can post comments in the comments section of each torrent. There is not verified torrents section though!!!. It is just a list of torrents without any ad clutter 😀 This site has been banned in UK in October 2013 owing to court orders.
If you haven’t visited torrent butler may be you should do it now. It is one of the most beautiful torrent sites on the net. It lists movies and tv shows in a gallery fashion with appropriate information like imdb rating, genre it belongs to along with trailer and hd torrents. It lets you filter torrents by rating and genres and year of release. The layout of many apps like popcorn time is inspired by them. IT almost acts like a butler pruning and serving you the best of torrents. They also have a tv series section where you can sift through numerous tv shows in a jiffy and download high quality videos. The main advantage is its disadvantage though. It has only movies and torrents :(. But it is best at what it does 😀
Founded in 2004 Torrrents.to combines all torrent meta search engines into a single search bar. It does not have any index or data about torrents. It relies on other torrent meta search engines. It allows you to search 500 torrent sites in a single click, which is amazing. It is more of any frame wrapper over these search sites. In the preferences users can sort or add search engines to search. By defaults, kickass, torlock, torrentz, bitsnoop, torrentbutler are added, so whenever a new user searches the results from these 10 sites are displayed. It has browser search plugin and utorrent search plugin. Till now it has served around 2.5 billion searches. All the torrent sites are categorized into different categories based on their purpose, like general, movies, music, applications etc.. This site has been block in UK. The ui is pretty simple and easy on the eyes. Overall this site a worth a visit for all those users who want to find those rare torrents.
Sumotorrents is a torrent metasearch engine just like torrentz or kickass torrents. The site gives an antique feel to the visitors though the content is not. It has around 4.2 million torrents as of today. All torrents are categorized into different categories as usual. Users can register to save / bookmark torrents and upload new ones. The have a firefox search plugin as well as advanced search functionality which lets you filter torrents by name, category, subcategory and hash. The site is available in 5 different languages english, french, italian, spanish and dutch respectively. They have verified section torrents where users review torrents downloaded and verified as good torrents of quality material.
TorrentReactor founded in 2003 is a torrent meta indexer and search engine. It does not host files. The site has a simple UI similar to other torrent search engines with a search box and list of latest torrents in each category. Advance search engine is available to filter torrents more narrowly. To upload torrents users must be logged in. Users can earn points when do an action on the website accruing them and hence advancing levels which grants them capability to delete torrents, ban users and moderate comments. They have a large catalog of actor through which you can search for movies or tv starring them. This site has been banned in UK owing to court orders. They provide rss feeds for users to easily syndicate and be updated with new releases.
Demonoid is probably one of the most old torrent trackers in the world. Founded in 2003 it has always found itself in the copyright wars, domain seizures and raids. Currently it is still alive and kicking. They even have a .onion address. It is an invite only website so users cannot access all torrents. In some rare occasions they do open up their registrations. There are many demonoid clones created when it went down on numerous occasions. All torrents are cataloged into different categories and subcategories. Users can filter torrents by quality , category, internal tracking / external and language. It has around 600K torrents. Only external torrents are available for download by guest users. To download internal torrents users have to register and login. It has been block in many countries including UK. It prohibits uploading of adult content.
Torrent Hound is a torrent meta search engine. As usual all torrents are categorized and sub categorized. All of the torrents are added by their robots which scour the internet for torrents and index them. They have around 8million torrents totaling to 15PB of files. The whole design is simple with a search box for torrents and recent search tags. There is no user registration though. This site is blocked in UK owing to court orders and hence inaccessible.
Bt Chat is bit torrent file meta search engine. All torrents are categorized into 10 main categories. It collects torrents for famous release groups. They also have automated torrent checker. Search is only available only for registered users. The main emphasis of the site is to show verified torrents to the users. Its alexa rank is 15k. The site is very simple design without much clutter.
When the original isohunt shut it doors within hours another clone of it came into existence and rode to success on the same clutter free UI of isohunt which is isohunt.to. I has almost 5 million torrents categorized into 10 major categories with utorrent, browser plugins for easy accessibility and a forum for member to chat. You have to register to upload and manage torrents but you can download anonymously. Registration add an advantage of no ads :D.
This site just became the 8th most popular torrent search engine used according to torrentfreak. They provide both simple search and advanced search tool for searching torrents. Other important features are movie cards, which give more info about the movie like rotten tomatoes score and actor pages which lists all movies starred by the actor and verified torrents which are community pruned torrents which you can just blindly download 😛 They even award you for activity on website with isopoints.
Torrents downloads.org is a new generation torrents meta search engine. Similar to other torrent sites , it doesnot store files or torrent caches. It has a fairly simple torrent meta search engine with torrents categorized into few main categories and a registration system by which users can register and upload torrents, or rate them and bookmark them. Though seems little dead this site has been blocked in UK owing to court orders and is inaccessible in UK. The do comply with DMCA requests and remove infringing torrents.
Monova is a popular torrent website with millions of verified torrents categorized into 10 main categories and numerous subcategories. They have a total of 7million torrents and add 7000 torrents daily. Users can upload torrents anonymously or can register and upload torrents which gives them the additional benefit of managing and bookmarking torrents. The site layout is pretty simple with listing torrents in each category with a tag cloud and simple search box. This site has been blocked in UK owing to court orders. They are also accepting donations on bitcoins currently just in case if you want to support them 😛
Seedpeer is one of the most famous torrent sites formerly known as meganova, renamed in 2007. The frontpage of is full busy with list of torrents, tags, links and a single search bar to search torrents in all the categories. The site is available in 7 languages and has firefox and internet explorer plugins. All torrents are categorized into 8 main categories and 600 sub categories making it one of the most organized website with structured torrent data. Users can upload torrents anonymously. Registration provides additional benefits like commenting on torrents, bookmarking and uploading your own torrents and managing them. It also has an verified torrents section where one can search torrents that are verified by the community. They also provide usenet binaries. Currently they have more than 6million torrents in their index and 246,454 verified torrents. This site has been blocked by major UK ISPs owing to court orders.
YourBittorrent is one of the most famous bittorrent websites in UK. It was founded as mybittorrent in 2003. In 2009 due to a split in ownership it has been renamed to Your bittorrent. It is a torrent meta data indexed and searcher. It doesnot host any files itself. It merely allows users to search metadata of its torrents collection. They also had issues with their domain registrar. They use highly automated software with less human intervention in searching and indexing torrents. All torrents are categorized into movies, music, television, games, software, anime and adult categories. The site has a simple layout with top 50 torrents shown on the websites home page and various sections showing tag cloud and random suggestions. The site has been in the news when microsoft sent DMCA notices against opensource torrents.
Torlock is a torrent search engine and indexer which only indexes verified torrents. I does not index unverified torrents. As of nov 23 2014 it has more than one million verified torrents categorized into movie, telvision, adult, book , music, software and audio books. The ui is pretty heavy with recent search tags on the top followed by a list of recent torrent in each category. Users have to register and ask admins to grant the torrent upload ability in forums to be able to upload. This site has been banned in UK owing to court order along with 21 other websites. It has an active forum and userbase who constantly verify and rate torrents.
TorrentProject is a clean, fast and accurate bittorrent search engine.
Collecting, searching torrents and verifing torrent data from bittorrent dht network,
thepiratebay and more than 300 other torrent sites.The interface is very simple with a single search box and the have all the torrents categorized into multiple categories and sub categories. One of their striking feature is sorting torrent search results using myriad of criteria like seeders, peers, size, speed and age along with additional filter of categories which many torrent search engines never provide. Users can also turn safe search on to filter adult torrents. This site has been blocked in UK owing to court orders. It has been founded in 2014 which make it a very younger website 🙂 They also provide widgets to embed them in your personalized pages like blog, or igoogle or any rss reader. They also provide APIs to search for torrents and export data from their website.
TorrentRoom is torrent meta data indexing engine with listing based on date, category, movies, tv shows and quality. The site is organized simply with a search box at the top and with torrents indexed listed day wise. They also verify torrents and delete fake torrents. The site is found in 2007 and still growing strong. It has been blocked in UK due to court orders in october 2014. Overall it is just another torrent website.
BTscene abbv for Bittorrent Scene is a public file sharing platform where users can register and upload torrents. The torrents are categorized as usual into multiple categories and sub categories. One of the unique feature of this website is collection where torrents are grouped into meaningful collection like top 10 movies of 2014 etc. They also show a staff picked video/ shortfilm. The user generated content is moderated by mods and admins. Also they have a blog through which announcements and news are released. The advanced search is very powerful and one can even search the torrent by its hash. Users can comment, upvote and downvote on each torrent. This site has been blocked in UK owing to court orders.
BtDigg is another torrent meta search engine which collects only data from DHT network. Majority of its database is formed using DHT data. It doesnot give you torrent links. It only gives you magnetic links. The interface is similar to google with a single search field and all the results lined up in rows when you search. Each torrent is rated is based on a total amount of requests for each torrent transmitted through all BTDigg’s nodes for two weeks. They have a search engine plugins for all browsers and a plugin for qBittorrent. They also have secure version of site which prevents traffic anaysis by your isps. This site has been blocked in United Kingdom in Oct 2014 owing to court orders.
H33T is a major torrent tracker and indexer with unconventional design. It has a very user friendly layout with all torrents categorized into different categories represented by funky icons. They also provide user registration to save favourites, lists top contributors and a forum which has all the help you need. Last year owing to court orders their domain has been seized and dns name servers are wiped out, for which they moved to a new domain. Recently again they have been blocked by major service providers in UK due to court orders along with kickass torrents and fenopy. Over all it has around 1.5 million torrents and good place to find your weekend fix. Their search is quite powerful allowing you to search in 15 different categories.
BitSnoop is one of the most famous torrent sites with around 24 million torrents indexed from 370 websites totalling to 29PB of files. Needless to say, they are the largest of the torrent indexers. Around 1.2million verified torrents are listed on their website. They even provide an api to track torrents and scan torrents and take daily torrents dump. They are blocked in UK due to court orders citing copyright infringement. The interface is clean with a single search bar like any other torrent search engines and categories to search in. They also accept donations on bitcoin and they provide advanced search facility through which you can search for almost any torrent on the website with size, category and name filters. There is a search engine plugin for firefox also. The list of features they provide large, like magnetized links, your bt history on their site, tvfinder etc,
Kickass torrents is a torrent meta search engine founded in 2008. It is the 2nd most popular torrent site after thepiratebay in 2014 according to TorrentFreak. Due to domain seizure possibilities they have moved from multiple domains and finally settling in .to domain. They have more than 10 million torrents and more added daily. They also provide an api to download all data from their website. All torrents are categorized into 9 main categories and numerous subcategories. A user based voting system along with very active user community give the major advantage to this website over other torrent sites which act just as an Index. Users can also submit requests for new torrents and achievements of users are highlighted on the achievement page encouraging more participation. The website is also available in around 45 Languages making it easy for non english readers to access the content. Their .so domain is suspended so they have moved to .to TLD. They provide api to get list of all torrents on the website. Opensearch is also supported to easily add them to your search engine list. Users can give new ideas or feedback on the service in a section of the website called idea box, where other users can upvote the feature they find interesting.
KickassTorrents is a BitTorrent indexing site which launched in 2008. The site is one of the most popular BitTorrent sites, benefitting from an increasing number of visitors when ThePirateBay was offline for 2 months. The site currently has a global Alexa ranking of 75, and is ranked 29 in India and 98 in the US. SimilarWeb data shows nearly 400 million sites visits a month with 27% of that traffic coming from the US.
In July 2015, it was reported that Google Chrome had started blocking access to the site due to the site containing “harmful programs.”
During the course of 2014 and 2015, the site has moved domain names a number of times. In November 2014, the site moved to Kickass.so. However, the domain was seized by the Somalian registry and the site subsequently hopped to Kickass.im for a 24 hour period. Following action taken by the Isle of Man domain registry to withdraw the domain name, the site moved to its current domain of Kat.cr.
The site derives revenue from advertising and affiliate agreements, some with companies that produce software designed to hide users of BitTorrent from detection by ISPs and monitoring companies.
As with the other sites, no details are provided on the site as to the identity of those controlling the service or where it is physically located, so rights holders have had to seek alternative remedies. In 2012, right holders in Italy, through cooperation with the fiscal police (GDF), were successful in getting the site blocked by all local ISPs. In March 2013, major ISPs in the UK were ordered to block the site. In August 2013, Belgian ISPs started blocking the site and in January 2014, Irish ISPs similarly commenced blocking access to the site. Most recently, in March 2015 Danish ISPs were required to start blocking access to the site.
Kat.cr is currently operating on multiple different IP addresses indicating that is using a form of content delivery network.
Eztv is popular destination for ripped tv season torrents. They only seed series that are popular and stop seeding those which have very less no of peers. they also have forums where you can discuss the variety of tv shows and request for new ones. They are ranked as one of the top torrent sites by torrentfreak for year 2014. On a side note, the design is a little outdated and enigmatic :-D. Recently their server went down in Dec 2014 during the pirate bay raid. Now they are back and switched to .ch domain ditching the .it domain due pressure from the .it domain registrar.
EZTV is no more. So we are redirecting you to Rarbg
Fenopy is one of the most popular torrent websites out there . It has millions of torrents sorted into the usual categories like movies, books, anime etc,, It also has a fake torrent finder that weeds out fake torrents and a verified torrents section where all torrents verified by the users is listed. They also have plugins for miro, vuze and utorrent which makes searching easy. An best of all for developers they provide an api to interact with them.
1337x is a community based torrent website. Most of the torrent websites are just a list of grouped and tagged torrents. But 1337x is different. I has an active community of users of 250k users and 1mil torrents. It also has forum, radio and chat rooms to entertain you if you are bored by just downloading torrents. They also have browser and utorrent plugin to make your search for latest torrents easy.
Currently this site is blocked in India and UK according to court orders
Yify torrents is a top movie release group founded in 2010 know for their top quality movie releases. They release movies in 720p, 1080p and blue ray formats with minimum foot print. Today they are synonymous with quality movie releases. It has a great movie search functionality where users can search for movies based on year of release, imdb rating, quality and plethora of filters. Currently the have around 10 staff members. One the striking features is their simplicity in design and ease of search. They also maintain the popcorn time app which streams videos as you download, the pirate’s netflix. Most of their torrents have healthy seeders and one can start watching movies right away.
Torrentz is a free, fast and powerful meta-search engine combining results from dozens of torrent search engines. I has currently 27mil active torrents. It doesnot host any torrents or magnetic links. It is available in multiple domains and with ssl protection to safeguard your searches. .eu domain is the most popular so far. It also has a personalized section of torrents and verified torrents sections. They are ranked 3rd most popular torrent site of year 2014 by torrentfreak.com. It has exhaustive help information and clutter free interface that suits the needs of all users. Torrentz.eu is one of the most popular BitTorrent indexing sites globally and has been operating for over ten years. Rather than a conventional BitTorrent indexing site, Torrentz.eu is a “meta search engine” (i.e. an aggregator) of 28 third party sites, including ThePirateBay, KickassTorrents, ExtraTorrent, Bitsnoop and Torrentdownloads. The site boasts that it indexes over 32 million active torrents from more than 126,000,000 pages on 26 domains. The site currently has a global Alexa ranking of 477 and is ranked 803 in the US. SimilarWeb traffic data show an average of 146 million site visits a month.
As with The Pirate Bay and KickassTorrents, rights holders have resorted to taking legal action to have ISPs block the site. The site is now blocked by ISPs in the UK, Belgium and Denmark.
In July 2015, it was reported that Google Chrome had started blocking access to the site due to the site containing “harmful programs.”
Torrentz has shutdown voluntarily. Torrentz2 is replacing the original torrentz now.
Limetorrents is a torrent search engine and directory which do NOT host torrent files but links to torrents hosted on other websites. Limetorrents is family-safe, so adult submissions or search are not allowed. They have a section of verified torrents which shows all torrents verified by its users. They have a large index of torrents which is categorized into movies, tv, anime, applications an games. They have a huge user base with approx 2000 users online at any time. Their interface is very simple with very very less clutter compared to other sites. They are also listed by torrenfreaks.net as the top 10 torrent sites of year 2014
This is one of the sites which needs no introduction. It has been one of the most popular websites for getting your movies, tv series and what not.. There have been long running blockades on the piratebay in many countries and schools. Many glype proxies allow you access the piratebay but, they donot allow you to click on magnet links, which renders, the piratebay unusable. But these proxies allow you to access the piratebay without any problems!! It has been raided by police twice. It has been down many times. But, people still remember it even now. TPB standsout from other torrents sites because they never comply with takedown notices.