Monova is a popular torrent website with millions of verified torrents categorized into 10 main categories and numerous subcategories. They have a total of 80million torrents and add 7000 torrents daily. Users can upload torrents anonymously or can register and upload torrents which gives them the additional benefit of managing and bookmarking torrents. The site layout is pretty simple with listing torrents in each category with a tag cloud and simple search box. This site has been blocked in UK owing to court orders. They are also accepting donations on bitcoins currently just in case if you want to support them
Eztv is popular destination for ripped tv season torrents. They only seed series that are popular and stop seeding those which have very less no of peers. they also have forums where you can discuss the variety of tv shows and request for new ones. They are ranked as one of the top torrent sites by torrentfreak for year 2014. On a side note, the design is a little outdated and enigmatic :-D. Recently their server went down in Dec 2014 during the pirate bay raid. Now they are back and switched to .ch domain ditching the .it domain due pressure from the .it domain registrar.
EZTV is no more. So we are redirecting you to Rarbg
Torrentz is a free, fast and powerful meta-search engine combining results from dozens of torrent search engines. I has currently 27mil active torrents. It doesnot host any torrents or magnetic links. It is available in multiple domains and with ssl protection to safeguard your searches. .eu domain is the most popular so far. It also has a personalized section of torrents and verified torrents sections. They are ranked 3rd most popular torrent site of year 2014 by torrentfreak.com. It has exhaustive help information and clutter free interface that suits the needs of all users. Torrentz.eu is one of the most popular BitTorrent indexing sites globally and has been operating for over ten years. Rather than a conventional BitTorrent indexing site, Torrentz.eu is a “meta search engine” (i.e. an aggregator) of 28 third party sites, including ThePirateBay, KickassTorrents, ExtraTorrent, Bitsnoop and Torrentdownloads. The site boasts that it indexes over 32 million active torrents from more than 126,000,000 pages on 26 domains. The site currently has a global Alexa ranking of 477 and is ranked 803 in the US. SimilarWeb traffic data show an average of 146 million site visits a month.
As with The Pirate Bay and KickassTorrents, rights holders have resorted to taking legal action to have ISPs block the site. The site is now blocked by ISPs in the UK, Belgium and Denmark.
In July 2015, it was reported that Google Chrome had started blocking access to the site due to the site containing “harmful programs.”
Torrentz has shutdown voluntarily. Torrentz2 is replacing the original torrentz now.
Limetorrents is a torrent search engine and directory which do NOT host torrent files but links to torrents hosted on other websites. Limetorrents is family-safe, so adult submissions or search are not allowed. They have a section of verified torrents which shows all torrents verified by its users. They have a large index of torrents which is categorized into movies, tv, anime, applications an games. They have a huge user base with approx 2000 users online at any time. Their interface is very simple with very very less clutter compared to other sites. They are also listed by torrenfreaks.net as the top 10 torrent sites of year 2014
This is one of the sites which needs no introduction. It has been one of the most popular websites for getting your movies, tv series and what not.. There have been long running blockades on the Piratebay in many countries and schools. Many glype proxies allow you access the Piratebay but, they do not allow you to click on magnet links, which renders, the Piratebay unusable. But these proxies allow you to access the Piratebay without any problems!! It has been raided by police twice. It has been down many times. But, people still remember it even now. TPB stands out from other torrents sites because they never comply with takedown notices.
They also share data for every year and updates daily. They stepped this recently. Currently they host 8 million magnet links. They are always in news for one or another. They used to run crypto mining to fund the expenses of the site, but it has been stopped recently after monero updated their algorithm