MyTorrent Pro : Advance Torrent App Android was £2.09 now FREE @ Google Playstore
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MyTorrent Pro : Advance Torrent App Android was £2.09 now FREE @ Google Playstore

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Found 27th Apr
MyTorrent Pro : Advance Torrent App Android was £2.09 now FREE @ Google Play store

MyTorrent Pro app is Ad-free, Advance, Premium Torrent Application for Android Smartphones.
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Torrents?

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Krooner20 m ago

Torrents?[Image]


Still going strong, especially for hd movies etc
Limewire ftw
Wouldn’t touch uTorrent with a ten-foot pole.
Use to install malware for mining to unaware people.
Edited by: "d3k" 27th Apr
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App live for three days, according to reviews, now on 'sale'.
some of the reviews aren't very favourable as well
Torrents?

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Limewire ftw
Krooner20 m ago

Torrents?[Image]


Still going strong, especially for hd movies etc
Not the most favourable reviews, even though the sample size is still very very small
Wouldn’t touch uTorrent with a ten-foot pole.
Use to install malware for mining to unaware people.
Edited by: "d3k" 27th Apr
d3k51 s ago

Wouldn’t touch uTorrent with a ten-foot pole.


Agreed...
Marin3 m ago

Agreed...


2.2.1
Flud is my choice of app. I agree with above comments.. I'd give it a miss
Krooner46 m ago

Torrents?[Image]


I'm still xdccing....
MrBeatnik2 m ago

I'm still xdccing....


Usenet all the way
why would you do P2P on a phone?
Rangnarok32 m ago

why would you do P2P on a phone?


To use with VPN to abuse current crop of unlimited cellular data deals.
Rangnarok35 m ago

why would you do P2P on a phone?


It's not just phones that run Android.
Anyway, I've been put off torrents recently, Virgin are on the ball....or that organisation that work with them anyway. Usenet can be ok or direct downloads with Jdownloader...50gig files with torrents would be a nightmare anyway.
Two words, Have it!
Moonmonkeys13 m ago

It's not just phones that run Android.Anyway, I've been put off torrents …It's not just phones that run Android.Anyway, I've been put off torrents recently, Virgin are on the ball....or that organisation that work with them anyway. Usenet can be ok or direct downloads with Jdownloader...50gig files with torrents would be a nightmare anyway.



Well, this is kind of my point. If you want to use Torrent, you should be using it on a stable device that is designed for running continuously for a long time anyway, not to mention the traffic on torrents should be handled by a normal network card.

If you use a phone, I can't see it as a good use of your phone. Too slow, too hot and I don't think your phone will last long. Let alone if you do it for films or music, it's not really suitable as a long term storage archive.

IF you are not using this on a phone but still on Android, then you are emulating it. On a PC or MAC? Then why not just use a normal client designed for PC or MAC?

I genuinely cannot see a good reason or logic to using torrent on a phone.
Rangnarok10 m ago

Well, this is kind of my point. If you want to use Torrent, you should be …Well, this is kind of my point. If you want to use Torrent, you should be using it on a stable device that is designed for running continuously for a long time anyway, not to mention the traffic on torrents should be handled by a normal network card.If you use a phone, I can't see it as a good use of your phone. Too slow, too hot and I don't think your phone will last long. Let alone if you do it for films or music, it's not really suitable as a long term storage archive.IF you are not using this on a phone but still on Android, then you are emulating it. On a PC or MAC? Then why not just use a normal client designed for PC or MAC?I genuinely cannot see a good reason or logic to using torrent on a phone.


I'll try running it on my Shield and get back to you I guess, but as I said I don't like torrents anymore. It runs 24hrs as a Plex server and the Tegra chip is plenty fast enough. It's not a phone nor emulating Android.
It's not uTorrent tho it's it?? Just the uTorrent logo?

I use uTorrent once in a blue moon. Hardly ever fire up a PC and the mobile app fulfills the need.
Been using uTorrent on my HTPC for about 4 or 5 years alongside a VPN without any problems. If I did come across any issues then I'd simply reinstall Windows and start again as my content is stored on external drives.
Dodgy...
fr0d01 h, 38 m ago

It's not uTorrent tho it's it?? Just the uTorrent logo?I use uTorrent once …It's not uTorrent tho it's it?? Just the uTorrent logo?I use uTorrent once in a blue moon. Hardly ever fire up a PC and the mobile app fulfills the need.


Think your right bro. Thx
It's just a random torrenting app, using the uTorrent logo to draw you in! if you must torrent, use a reputable app😁
So sad to see what happened to uTorrent. If people are looking for a good windows one I would say use qbittorrent.
Shows as £2.09 for me.
sabresonic16 h, 11 m ago

Been using uTorrent on my HTPC for about 4 or 5 years alongside a VPN …Been using uTorrent on my HTPC for about 4 or 5 years alongside a VPN without any problems. If I did come across any issues then I'd simply reinstall Windows and start again as my content is stored on external drives.


Just create a restore point to restore your system, no need to reinstall windows.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 28th Apr
GeeeBeee30 m ago

Shows as £2.09 for me.


Me too
Me 3
Easier to rent a seedbox, plenty of options and prices these days. All you need your end is an FTP client. Much faster, a source of offline storage, seed back for good ratio without running a pc 24/7 at home.
I can see no use for this app.
A VPN, free WiFi at spoons, there is definitely a use for this app.
gee i remember using winmx in the old days havent used torrents in years
Misses the freebie for this one unfortunately. :-(

Ahhhhhhhhhhh well ...

Another time/another day, etc, perhaps?, lol.
panrix4 h, 56 m ago

Me 3


Me 4.
Misses the freebie for this one unfortunately. :-(

Ahhhhhhhhhhh well ...

Another time/another day, etc, perhaps?, lol.
Walgeon5 h, 42 m ago

So sad to see what happened to uTorrent. If people are looking for a good …So sad to see what happened to uTorrent. If people are looking for a good windows one I would say use qbittorrent.


How does qBitTorrent fare over that of say things like BitComet, BitTorrent, and/or BitLord, for example?, or ...

(Comparative wise - I'm curious?), thanx.

aggala7 h, 13 m ago

It's just a random torrenting app, using the uTorrent logo to draw you …It's just a random torrenting app, using the uTorrent logo to draw you in! if you must torrent, use a reputable app😁



Hahahahahaha, torrent, and reputable app?.

Do these 2 separate entities even belong in the same 1 sentence?.

Loooooooooool. :-D
amour3k35 m ago

How does qBitTorrent fare over that of say things like BitComet, …How does qBitTorrent fare over that of say things like BitComet, BitTorrent, and/or BitLord, for example?, or ...(Comparative wise - I'm curious?), thanx.Hahahahahaha, torrent, and reputable app?.Do these 2 separate entities even belong in the same 1 sentence?.Loooooooooool. :-D


Well it is open source software and is far safer to use in regards to getting spyware installed when you install it. It has no paid options. It is very similar to uTorrent before it became bloatware and unsafe to install. qbittorrent is also made by people in their spare time and tends to be like other software like 7zip and others. It isn't about money.

In regards to speed and features, I have not seen anything it is missing and speed is something I am not seeing any issues with. I have not done any tests though... I have used other clients and this is what I stick with with.
Rangnarok18 h, 58 m ago

Well, this is kind of my point. If you want to use Torrent, you should be …Well, this is kind of my point. If you want to use Torrent, you should be using it on a stable device that is designed for running continuously for a long time anyway, not to mention the traffic on torrents should be handled by a normal network card.If you use a phone, I can't see it as a good use of your phone. Too slow, too hot and I don't think your phone will last long. Let alone if you do it for films or music, it's not really suitable as a long term storage archive.IF you are not using this on a phone but still on Android, then you are emulating it. On a PC or MAC? Then why not just use a normal client designed for PC or MAC?I genuinely cannot see a good reason or logic to using torrent on a phone.


Been using this app on a LG g3 for over three years. Never had a problem
Walgeon12 h, 10 m ago

Well it is open source software and is far safer to use in regards to …Well it is open source software and is far safer to use in regards to getting spyware installed when you install it. It has no paid options. It is very similar to uTorrent before it became bloatware and unsafe to install. qbittorrent is also made by people in their spare time and tends to be like other software like 7zip and others. It isn't about money.In regards to speed and features, I have not seen anything it is missing and speed is something I am not seeing any issues with. I have not done any tests though... I have used other clients and this is what I stick with with.


Ok, cool, thanx. :-)
crankup23 h, 38 m ago

Easier to rent a seedbox, plenty of options and prices these days. All you …Easier to rent a seedbox, plenty of options and prices these days. All you need your end is an FTP client. Much faster, a source of offline storage, seed back for good ratio without running a pc 24/7 at home. I can see no use for this app.



Paying for a seedbox seems to defeat the point of torrenting
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