Today I wanna share a tutorial about how to torrent files, and of course, it’s free
1. Using Telegram Public Torrenting Bot
This method is using a public torrenting bot in Telegram (you must have a Telegram account), so your files will be visible to others.
- Visit one of these links:
If you use Telegram Web, copy one of the links above and paste it to the search box in Telegram Web, and then the bot will appear there.
Join the group, read the group’s rules to prevent a ban.
Open the group’s descriptions or the group’s pinned message. If there’s a Team Drive invite link, join it with your Google account. If there isn’t, that’s okay because those bots also offer direct/index link. However, the direct/index link can be down sometimes. So, I recommend you to use Team Drive instead.
To learn how to use the bot, please see the group’s descriptions/the group’s pinned message/the group’s rules or just see how other people interact with the bot. I won’t teach you about this; it’s pretty easy, and please don’t complain to me. You just need to send a mirror command with a magnet link/direct URL to the group if you want to download a torrent file. There also may be some instructions in the group’s descriptions or the group’s pinned message, if there aren’t, the easiest way is by imitating other people’s mirror commands.
Basic mirror command (not all the groups use this kind of command, read the group’s rules first)
/mirror (or /[email protected][mirror bot id]) : download torrent/direct URL
/mirrortar (or /[email protected][mirror bot id]) : download a torrent folder as a .TAR file (if the torrent isn’t a folder, then it just works like /mirror)
Just wait until the process succeeds (there also will be a progress bar too)
After the procedure is completed, the bot will mention your account and give you the team drive link and direct/index link.
That’s all guys. Hope you enjoy it
EDITED: Added some details
2. Using uploadbot (easier)
If you can’t use the 1st method or you want to use an alternative and easier (the first method is still accessible though) method, use @uploadbot in Telegram.
The thing you need is to give it a magnet link, and the process will be started soon.
The free user has some limitations though.
Filesize limit: 500.00MB
Daily Upload limit: 1.00GB
Torrents limit: 5.00GB, 1 active/parallel downloads
I don’t really get what that means because I tried to torrent an 8GB torrent folder (300-400MB per file) with this, and it succeeded. So, just give it a try
3. Using Happybox (Seedbox)
Happybox offers a 5GB free plan seedbox, and it’s pretty easy to use. If the storage is full, just delete some files or make a new account instead
4. Using Seedr
Seedr offers a 2GB plan for free (+500MB if you use a referral link, please use my referral link below, it will be a win-win for us both).
5. Using Loadbt
Loadbt will give you 2GB storage and one limited slot/day for registering. You can get extra 500MB if you register from a referral link, please use my referral link below 'cause it’ll be a win-win for us both.
6. Using Torrentdrive
I recommend you to use this service because Torrentdrive offers a 6 months trial that supports 5GB max file size, 5GB quota/day, and 10GB cloud storage.
7. Using Debrit-link
Well, this method isn’t really recommended, but you can give it a shot. The disadvantage is that the free server is frequently down, but when it works, it works great.
I don’t know what the free plan offers because Debrit-link didn’t mention it. But I also tried to torrent an 8GB torrent folder (300-400MB per file, same folder that I tried with @uploadbot), and it worked too. If you know the limit, please inform me.
8. Using Offcloud
I used to use Offcloud as my main torrenting service. My favorite features were remote upload and unlimited file size limit. Offcloud offers 10GB cloud storage (so unlimited file size limit can only be applied if you use remote upload) and 3 links limit per month. If you’re tired of the links limit, just make a new account (But remember this, Offcloud has blocked many temp mail providers, use a real email or an unpopular temp mail). If you use Gdrive as your remote upload destination, don’t forget to remove the Offcloud access in the Google account settings to prevent error.
9. Using some other torrent cloud providers
ByteBX (https://bytebx.com/) offers 2.5GB storage and 5 days torrent storage period for free.
Boxopus (https://boxopus.com/) offers 1GB free storage; it only suits for ≤1GB files, always delete the previous file(s) when you’re about to use it.
Transfercloud. io (https://transfercloud.io/) offers 2GB local cache for free and remote upload.
Bitport. io (https://bitport.io/) offers 1GB free storage.
Zbigz (https://zbiz.com/) offers a 1GB max file size and 7 days file period.
Torrent Safe (https://www.torrentsafe.com/) offers a 1GB max file size and 2 days file period.
By the way, I planned to give y’all more methods. Please recheck this thread later
If you know any other methods, please comment.
PLEASE DO THIS AFTER YOU GET YOUR FILES
Many free cloud torrent services give the files a time period. Not only can the files only remain for a limited time, but also some of the services have a slow server speed. The solution for those problems is by remotely uploading the files to proper cloud storage. That being said, not all the services have a remote upload feature.
In here, I will teach you how to remotely upload files to Google Drive by using direct URL. First, get the direct URL of your torrented file(s), please note that not all of the cloud torrent services support direct URL, one of them is Happybox.
Use one of these, they’re able to upload a direct URL to your Google Drive:
If you don’t want to upload your file(s) directly to your own Google Drive, use the Telegram bot below. It will remotely upload your file(s) to their Team Drive. After it succeeds, all you need to do is joining their Team Drive and then you will be able to download your file(s).