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Download Torrents To Your Android Easily via BitTorrent

There has been a long wait till Android had a trustworthy and robust Torrent client, but it seems like the wait is now over! The leading Torrent client on PC has now released its Android version for download on Google Play. And with that Android now has official BitTorrent support. Now it's gonna be fun downloading torrents on the go right from your Android smartphone.

Though there were some other torrent clients in existent before BitTorrent joined the party, but they were buggy and were not as robust as BitTorrent. But now, as the BitTorrent is officially released, lets hope that torrent support on Android will eventually get better as the app is in its beta stage.

As far as our testing is concerned, we didn't had much expectations from this "beta" app, but I must mention that even this beta app is so smooth and easy to operate that easily outclass the other so called competitiors. Even large files download with ease and you can easily resume the paused download right away. It also captures the .torrents from the browse which add to the ease of functionality.

Though as the app is in its early beta stages, we should not be expecting the features same as the Desktop app, but there are some basic operations such as setting download limits, and start at boot etc. Though we're pretty sure it will increase in numbers once the app moves out of the beta stages. As I use to download torrents a lot, I've been waiting for such reliable Torrent client for android, and much to the delight of the users like me, we've got one.

At TechnoTravel.in we recommend readers to download this app which is, of course, available for free as of now and submit feedback via comment on Google Play to help the app grow more and serve Torrent freaks!

Download BitTorrent Beta (From Google Play)

Rajat Patel

Rajat Patel

Founder at TheNextGeek.com. Software Engineer & Business Analyst by profession. Avid open source evangelist. Mostly writes about Technology that interests him, and some neat tricks to make your day-to-day tech life a breeze.

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