Here is a straightforward and simple guide on how to use a torrent on an iPad or iPhone. Apple Inc doesn't allow torrent apps to be hosted on AppStore so it is relatively tiresome for iOS users to download any torrent on PC first and then to copy to the device. Here is a very simple and legal way to download any torrent file to your iPhone or iPad for free without using any kind of tools or apps.
Step 1. Open the Safari browser on your device.
Step 2. Type seedr.cc in the address bar.
Step 3. Sign up using your email or Facebook. I would recommend using Facebook as it is simpler to log in without the hassle of remembering passwords.
Step 4. Now in another tab open any torrent site. For eg. https://yts.lt/ [for best quality movies] or https://www.1337x.to/ [for everything else]
Step 5. Download the torrent file
Step 6. Click on "+" sign on seedr.cc webpage.
Step 7. Click on upload button. Upload the torrent file.
Step 8. The file would now get hosted on seedr.cc server.…
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