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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Bitport?

Bitport is the next generation torrent client providing fast and secure torrenting. Torrent files are downloaded to every user’s personal cloud from where files can be downloaded or streamed. All communication between Bitport and users is encrypted by SSL encryption.Bitport runs in a web browser on any desktop and mobile device, including PC, macOS, iOS and Android.

How does Bitport work?

It’s simple. You find and choose what torrents you want to download and we download them to your personal Bitport cloud. When this is done, you can stream files online or download them to your device.

How much does it cost?

You can try Bitport for Free, but it has limitations. The Free plan allows you to download 1 torrent per 24 hours and provides 1 GB storage capacity. Downloaded files are not checked by any antivirus and the connection is not SSL secured.

Premium accounts start at $5 /month and include unlimited download speed, 250 GB of storage, antivirus scanning, and HTTPS downloads.

How much can I download per month?

There are no limits as long as you keep clearing your cloud space. Only limit is the maximum cloud space of you plan and the amount of your free time.

Can I use Bitport on my phone? Do you have an app?

Sure you can! There is no need to have any app. Bitport is fully optimized for mobile use on any smartphone, so you can use Bitport anywhere you travel.

Can someone see what I download?

Nope. If you are a premium user your downloads go through our SSL secured channel and even your ISP can’t see what you are downloading.

Can anyone access my torrents?

No, they can't. You are the only person who can access your account and your torrents in the cloud.

Do you block access via Tor, VPN, and similar services?

We do not block them but we also do not recommend using similar services as they may negatively affect your download speed. In the end, it is up to you to test the download speeds out.

How do you seed files?

A standard upload is set to a 1.00 ratio within 24 hours of downloading the torrent. After this period, the upload is finished. Premium users can change the ratio by contacting Tech Support.

Are files checked by antivirus?

Yes, they are! If you are a Premium user, we check all your files with NOD32 antivirus to protect you from any harm.

Can I download only one file from a torrent?

Sadly, that’s not possible. The torrent must be downloaded in its entirety. After the download is finished, you can choose which files you would like to transfer to your device.

Why isn't my torrent downloading?

First of all, check if the file has at least 20 seeders. Any less than 20 could make the downloading process stop. The torrent could be also damaged in some way and you may need to find it somewhere else.

Do you limit the size of one torrent?

The only limit to the torrent file size is remaining space in your personal cloud.

Can I download from private trackers?

Yes, you can. We support most of the private trackers out there.

Do you support streaming videos through a TV?

You can stream videos from Bitport using Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Firestick, and others.

Can other seeders see my IP address?

No, they can’t. Other seeders only see our IP address and the IP address of our server. Your IP address is hidden.

How do I download files to my device faster?

To boost your download speed go to My Account > Settings> Speed Test and run the speed test. Choose the server with the highest reached speed and try to download any file from your cloud to your PC/mobile to see the results.
Alternatively you can use an internet download manager. We can recommend iGetter, which can connect to 5 download sources at once to boost your download speed.

Where are Bitport servers located?

We have more than 20 servers all over the world to provide our premium users with the fastest download speeds possible.

Where to find torrents on the internet?

There is plenty of places to find a BitTorrent content on the internet. You can just simply Google them. Here is a list of some examples:

Bundle.media
Probably the most comprehensive source of torrents.

Archive.org/details/bittorrent
A massive collection of torrents including audiobooks, music and whatever else you might want.

Bt.etree.org
Music by artists who like to share.

Frostclick.com
Music, Video, Software, Games and Other as the website says.

Gameupdates.org
Do you need to patch your game? Here you can find a lot of patches for a lot of games.

Jamtothis.com
Music and video by those willing to share.

Legittorrents.info
It’s legit! It is also full of software.

Librivox.org
Time to read some classics! Or to listen to them. Enjoy all the audiobooks.

Linuxtracker.org
Linux tracker… The name gives it up.

Mediahistoryproject.org
Everything about the history of media including cinema, radio, and music.

Panda.cd
Massive amounts of free music.

Publicdomaintorrents.info
A bunch of movies of the classic variety. If you love some bad B movies, here is your realm.

Sxswtorrent.com
Unofficial SXSW music library. In torrent form presented for you.

Tasvideos.org
Tool-assisted game movies. For the lovers of speed runs.

Mercurytheatre.info
Classic radio drama. Dracula, War of The Worlds and more.

Newvoyages.mine.nu
Trekkies, have a look at these!

Vodo.net
For the lovers if independent movie makers.

Please, keep in mind our Terms of Use when downloading torrent files from other sources.

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