Find torrents and download them directly to your phone or tablet.
Download BitTorrent Pro – Torrent App APK, From the team that invented the BitTorrent protocol and BitTorrent software, the BitTorrent torrent app for Android is a beautifully simple way to discover and download media, anywhere.
BitTorrent Pro Torrent App Apk Features:
✔ (NEW) Save to external SD cards (Solution for Google/KitKat external SD card restrictions)
✔ (NEW) Integrated media player for a better music listening experience
This recently-updated torrent downloader app for Android reflects your input– we’ve modernized our look, and added in top-requested features including
- Beautifully simple, clean design
- Select files within a torrent, to minimize your storage footprint for downloads
- Choose your torrent download location, to help you stay organized
- Choose between deleting torrents only, or torrents + files
- Translated into Pусский, Español, Italiano, Português do Brasil
Along the way, we’ve improved overall performance and stability. And if you haven’t tried this torrent download Android app, we’ll help you get started; the V2 app features updated onboarding. It’s easier than ever to download a torrent.
To get the best performance and avoid running up your data charges with your downloads, we recommend taking advantage of Wifi-only mode whenever possible.
- No speed limits and no size limits when you download torrents
- The very latest in core torrenting technology, continuously updated by dedicated torrent core engineers to maximize performance
- Wifi-only mode option to save money on your mobile data plan
- Access torrents with licensed content from BitTorrent’s content partners such as Moby and Public Enemy– from the get-go.
- Download a torrent w/ magnet links
- Downloaded more than one music file in a torrent? Play them all at once as a playlist
- Subscribe to RSS feeds
It’s all super-fast, super-easy, and super-free
Make your Android device so much more fun
What’s in this version :
- Bug fixes.
Requires : Android Varies With Device