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Put.io

Put. io is a data aggregator that pulls data from sites across the Internet and stores them for you.

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  1. Download torrents to your cloud and stream them securely :)

  2. Stream movies / Stay Safe!

  3. Lightweight and open source torrent client that runs on all major platforms.

  4. Take your files to the cloud with CloudLoad.

  5. ZbigZ allows you to anonymously store, download, and stream torrent files though cloud services.

  6. Download files from torrents and filehosting services with one FilesLoop account

  7. Transmission has the features you expect in a BitTorrent client: encryption, a web-based interface...

  8. BitLord is a torrent streaming service that uses peer-to-peer file transfer to download data. It's a direct competitor to well-known services like uTorrent, Limewire and Frostwire. Read more about BitLord.

  9. Fast and easy online torrent downloader. Boxopus securely downloads torrents into the private space or in the cloud. Register with email Sign in with Facebook. I have an account already. Boxopus.

  10. Download Torrent URLs Anonymously, No registration, No software, No logging. Free trial.

  11. LinkSnappy is a tool that generates download links from different major filehost sites. LinkSnappy also provides servers that are used to download torrents directly to your LinkSnappy account. Read more about LinkSnappy.

  12. Cheap, Budget, Yet Still Fast, Unlimited, Reliable SeedBox . SonicSeedBox provide your a torrent cloud. Download any torrent file, multiple download server available near you ( low latency ) for you to download at high speed.

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