5 Best Torrent Apps and Torrent Downloaders for Android such BitTorrent & µTorrent!
Some people are completely against torrents and the software used to download them whereas others believe them to be an incredibly useful tool to utilize file sharing online. Of course as with anything there are legal issues you need to be aware of such as illegally using torrent apps to download pirated versions of games, movies and music.
For sharing files however, torrents make it incredibly simple and easy to accomplish. To make things easier we’ve decided to compile a list of the best torrent apps you can get for Android.
µTorrent is one of the most popular pieces of software out for users to download torrents. It allows you to manage your downloaded files, has a WiFi only mode (so your data isn’t depleted), comes with a media player and more. If you want a simple yet effective app for torrent downloads, µTorrent is the one to get.
BitTorrent is made by the same people behind µTorrent and it’s also one of the most popular apps out there for torrent downloading. It has all of the same features as its brother µTorrent but BitTorrent boasts a lot more too. It promotes legal music from independent artists and allows you to discover torrents from within the app too.
If you want a powerful torrent app then look no further than Flud. The interface is simple and designed for users to easy navigate around it. It also has functionality for supporting RSS feeds, different theme options, several protocols and more. It’s a great app that does exactly what you need it to.
Next on our list is tTorrent. It has all the simple and basic features you’d expect from a torrent app but also has a few extras. You can adjust the download speeds, supports magnet links and has web support for Transdroid. It also has a clean user interface which is also a plus in our book. It’s more complex than a simple app but doesn’t overdo it.
Lastly we have FrostWire. This app is a bit different to the others due to the fact it has an in-built music and media player. They aren’t shining features but it’s nice to have the option. You can also search for torrents from within the app and it’s completely open source. Add to that the basic features such as magnet link support and file management and you have an all-round solid app.