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If you are on internet most of the time, you shouldn't be a stranger to the concept of torrents in the modern day scenario. From softwares to games to movies, all can be downloaded just with a click of that mouse.
But with the PC business slowly giving way to the popularity of new age tablets and smartphones, users are now shifting bases to the mobile platforms for all their download fixes. The concept of "free" downloads never goes out of business.
Sure there have been issues regarding copyright infringements in the recent past with torrents offering all assets for free. But that hasn't mellowed down one bit the fact that users still have a weakness for torrents.
The torrent clients that have been developed for the Android platform are quite improved and easy to use. Android's torrent apps have become much better lately. They now support magnet links, aside many other things that you already found in your desktop torrent client.
But which are the best of the lot that you could use for your Android handset. Let's have a Look at the top torrent client apps that have been developed for Android so far.
This one need no introduction. This is the official android app from the developers of only the most famous utorrent app in the planet. You can find torrents and download them directly to your phone or tablet, with the official uTorrent app for Android. Download it here.
This app lets you keep a tab on all you downloads from a remote location. With uTorrent Remote, you can check what's happening with the torrent downloads that you had set on your computer. You can even remotely start a download, pause it, cancel and more: all this from your handset.
Flud is comparatively new in the mobile torrent scene. It's basically a simple and beautiful BitTorrent client for Android. You have no peed limits on downloads or uploads, apart from the ability to select which files to download. You could also specify file and folder priorities and magnet link support.
Vuze, compared to its PC counterpart, is a clean, simple and very fast torrent downloader. Lightweight yet powerful, this bittorrent app brings complete torrent management directly to your smartphone or tablet. It's simple, fast and easy to use for torrent downloads. Download it here.
aDownloader is a native bit torrent (bittorrent) downloader for Android phones. It is also a HTTP downloader with break-and-resume feature: In the Android browser, you can long press the link you want to download, select "Share link", and select aDownloader to download.