2018/11/15

Top Torrent Sites. The best bittorrent sites for movie & music files




The Best Torrent Sites 2017

Tips for New BitTorrent Site Users

Torrent Site
What We Like 

The Pirate Bay
https://thepiratebay.org/
This site is a classic! TPB It has been around in one incarnation or another for a long time and the torrents are, and have always been, trusted here. 

RARBG
https://rarbg.to/index8.php
This torrent site is for P2P enthusiasts. It's full of quality, high-resolution torrents. It's about quality here, not quantity. 

1337X
http://1337x.to/
If you're after older or more obscure torrents, 1337X might be for you. Their torrent database isn't nearly as large as some others, but it might have just what you're after. 

LimeTorrents
https://www.limetorrents.cc/
This is another torrent site you don't want to skip in your serach. Users love the size of their database and the frequency of legitimate files. 


Tips for New BitTorrent Site Users

Those of you who've been downloading and seeding torrents for years probably don't need much help anymore, but if you're new to torrents, we have two resources that you'll be very happy you read.

First, we highly recommend our Torrent File Sharing: A Beginner's Guide piece. Here you'll learn how BitTorrent file sharing works, how to protect yourself, and how to get to the movies and music you're after in the most safe and efficient way possible.

Second, but probably even more helpful, is our How to Spot Fake Torrents article. This is a really big problem and not one a newcomer might assume is something she or he has to worry about. Here we have lots of torrent site searching tips that will keep you out of harm's way.


It's also worth noting that the advertising on torrent sites very often skew towards the NSFW variety so keep that in mind as you're deciding to use one of them on a public computer or in view of others. 



Disclaimer & Torrent Legal Warning

Lifewire does not condone illegal sharing of copyrighted material. While P2P file sharing technology is completely legal, many of the files traded through P2P are indeed copyrighted.

Uploading these copyrighted files puts you at risk of a civil lawsuit in the USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK, at a minimum.

While these lawsuits are often class-action suits, filed against groups of users who blatantly copy and distribute copyrighted materials, some lawsuits are targeted at individual users in an attempt to make an example of them. These P2P civil lawsuits are very real, and whether or not they are successful, they are often an extreme financial and emotional burden on the defendants.

Additionally, your Internet Service Provider may choose to release a history of your download and upload activity to potential copyright plaintiffs.

In general, the more data you download and upload, the more risk you have of being sued by copyright protection groups.

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