Other than the fact that they will work on your iPhone, a big advantage of cloud torrent services is they can stream video content to your phone so that it doesn’t need to be stored locally. Apple is notoriously spartan when handing out storage memory on its mobile devices, which also don’t support external SD cards. I don't have an iPhone for now. And also await the authors support for Opera Mobile as others who don't have an iPhone get's utorrent on their Mobile. Update: Add torrent button worked, and i was able to add a torrent with the torrent's url. Tenorshare 4uKey 126.96.36.199 with Crack. Tenorshare 4uKey The easiest tool that designed to unlock the iPhone screen without iTunes restore. No matter it is a 4-digit passcode, 6-digit passcode, custom numeric code, or alphanumeric passcode, Categories. Get the best free Windows software, Android, iPhone & iPad apps on FreeNew. Top PC software and Mobile apps download referral site. The Android torrent app relies on the BitTorrent P2P protocol to enable fast downloads of very large files. Just like our desktop torrent clients, µTorrent Android allows you to download more than one torrent file at a time. If you happen to be downloading music or video, the integrated media player provides excellent music listening and video.
A lot of you have been asking if there will be a native app for µTorrent on iOS and while we haven’t gotten to that just yet, we do have a way for you to easily receive the benefits of µTorrent Remote right from your iPhone or iPad. Think of it as anywhere access to µTorrent, where you can add/start/stop/monitor downloads, on the go.
To set µTorrent Remote on your iOS device, go to https://remote.utorrent.com with the mobile Safari browser and then click the “share” button on the bottom of the browser (where you normally add bookmarks). Then, choose “Add to Home Screen,” and you should get see the beautiful µTorrent icon on your iPhone or iPad. Instructions on how to setup your µTorrent Remote server are here: http://help.utorrent.com/customer/portal/articles/256731-how-to-set-up-utorrent-remote
Enjoy and thanks for using µTorrent Remote!
Apple does not permit BitTorrent apps in the App Store, which makes torrenting on an iPhone or iPad a little more challenging than it is on other platforms. The good news, though, is that thanks to cloud torrent services, torrenting on an iOS device is possible.
A cloud torrent service is like a friend who does the actual torrenting for you. But instead of going round to their house to transfer the torrented content onto a USB stick when the download is complete, you simply transfer or stream it from a remote server to your iPhone or iPad using regular HTTP.
Cloud torrent services usually work inside your browser, although it is interesting to note that Apple does allow some cloud torrent apps into the App Store.
There are numerous cloud services, most of which work in more or less the same way. These include Bitport.io, put.io, and Zbigz, but there are many more.
It is common for cloud torrent services to offer free accounts, often with a 1 GB storage limit. These may be useful, but you get what you pay for. We found most free accounts resulted in HTTP download speeds which were all but unusable.
Paid plans typically start at around $10 per month for 100 GB of storage. This can vary dramatically, though, so it’s well worth shopping around. Paid plans invariable produce much better download speeds than free plans and are usually secured by HTTPS.
Other than the fact that they will work on your iPhone, a big advantage of cloud torrent services is they can stream video content to your phone so that it doesn’t need to be stored locally.
Apple is notoriously spartan when handing out storage memory on its mobile devices, which also don’t support external SD cards. This makes this space-saving feature a godsend for iOS users.
Some cloud torrent services (including our example put.io) do actually have an iOS app, but most are browser-based only. As this is a generic guide we focus primarily on how to use a cloud service via its web interface.
Get yourself a cloud torrent account. In this guide we’re going to use put.io because it is very typical of this kind of service. We found it worked well and like the fact that it offers an iOS app, but we have not fully surveyed the market and have therefore chosen put.io for purely illustrative reasons.
For what it’s worth, put.io does not offer free accounts. But it does offer a 1-day trial of its premium service for $0.99 which we found much more useful for evaluation purposes than any free account we tried.
Connect to a VPN (not strictly necessary, but always a good idea). We recommend ExpressVPN as it is fast, reliable, and super secure.
Visit a torrent site. Most people reading this article will already have a favorite, but if you are new to torrenting then Google (or a private search engine of choice) is your friend.
Search for the content you want.
Find the Magnet link, long press on it and Copy Link. Some cloud torrent services also allow you paste in .torrent files, but most need a Magnet link to work.
Please note that long-pressing a Magnet link no longer works in Safari, but it does in Firefox and Chrome.
In your browser sign-in to your cloud torrent account and find the 'add new torrent” field (it may be called something else). Long press -> Paste Magnet link in. See below how we do this in put.io.
In theory, you can use any browser. It is worth noting, though, that Firefox for iOS worked best for us, as Safari and Chrome threw up some errors during the download process.
The torrent will start downloading to your cloud torrent account. To transfer it locally to your iPad via HTTP, simply hit the associated download button.
Alternatively, it is usually possible to stream video content direct in your browser window.
As an iDevice owner, you are probably already well aware that file management in iOS is not as straight-forward as it is on other platforms. Fortunately, Files (the iOS built-in file manager app) provides access to the Firefox Download folder where you can easily access your newly downloaded torrents.
Handy tip: VLC for Mobile is a 100% free and open source app that will play just about any and every video file you can throw at it.
As already noted, put.io does, in fact, also offer an iOS app. This allows you to browse files stored in your put.io account, transfer them locally to your iPhone or iPad, or (in the case of movie files) stream them.
In other words, it replaces the need to perform steps 7 & 8 above in your browser. You will still need to follow steps 1-6 above in order to torrent the files to your account.
A VPN will help to keep you iPhone secure when you are torrenting. The benefits of using a VPN are as follows:
Please see Best VPNs for Torrenting for a detailed discussion on this subject.
Torrenting on an iPhone or iPad, however, is different because you are not torrenting directly. Your Cloud torrent service is acting as an intermediary which means that:
So if all you want a VPN for is to protect yourself while torrenting on an iPhone, then, the case for needing a VPN is less pressing. But we still recommend using a VPN because:
We think you should be using a VPN, anyway, on all your devices. Most VPN services offer an iOS app, but please check out Best VPN Apps For iPhone and iOS for our top recommendations.
We recommend you check out one of these alternatives:
The fastest VPN we test, unblocks everything, with amazing service all round
Large brand with very good value, and a cheap price
Longtime top ranked VPN, with great price and speeds
One of the largest VPNs, voted best VPN by Reddit