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Top 7 YIFY alternatives

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Those who torrent movies are quite familiar with YIFY. It’s one of the most popular movie torrent sites featuring a vast library where just about everything from just about every film industry.

However, as law enforcement agencies continue their crackdown on torrent sites and other illegal streaming services, there’s a good chance that Yify might not be accessible in your country. 

Well, here are the top seven Yify alternatives you can try if that’s the case.

Several files available on these Torrent websites might be the intellectual property of an individual, company or organisation, and downloading them as such can result in a copyright violation. Candid.Technology condemns piracy in any form. Using Torrents might also be illegal in your country. We do not endorse using them and it is recommend that you abide by your local laws. Media downloaded from Torrents must only be used for non-commercial purposes such as academic presentations, lectures or as a reference with full credits given to the original source in your preferred format. You can also use the media files with permission from the owner.

The Pirate Bay

The Pirate Bay, otherwise known as TBP, is perhaps the most popular and the most various torrent site. You can find just about anything you’re looking for that’s available digitally.

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The site has a straightforward interface, with the homepage having a search bar and a few filters to narrow down your search. There’s a comment section as well that lets users ask questions or post reviews about the torrents. 

The site is banned in quite a few countries, including India. However, there are numerous proxies and mirror sites that are still accessible. 

You can visit The Pirate Bay here

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Another torrent site with a massive library can find pretty much anything from games to music albums here. The library at LimeTorrents even surpasses that of The Pirate Bay.

The site is easy to access thanks to numerous proxies and mirror sites revolving around the internet. But, of course, if those don’t work, you can always use a VPN.

You can visit LimeTorrents here


Consider Zooqle, the torrent Google. The content library is massive, including everything from games to software to music albums and movies.

The site is also relatively easy to navigate around and is surprisingly clutter-free. In addition, it has over five million verified torrents.

You can visit Zooqle here

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KickAss Torrents

Kickass Torrents, otherwise known as KAT, is another viral torrent website that’s ruled the torrent world for quite some time until it was eventually shut down. 

Proxies and mirror sites keep it alive for the time being, and the community keeps feeding in more content to keep the site relevant. However, finding a proxy that works in your region can be challenging, so keep your VPN clients handy.

You can visit KAT here


Rarbg is a rather well-made torrent site that even features a blog. While the site isn’t strictly dedicated to movies, you can find a pretty extensive movie and TV show collection here, among other things such as games, software and music.

You can visit Rarbg here. 

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As the name suggests, EZTV is a torrent site specialising in TV series and other digital media torrents. 

The site has been around for quite some time now and has amassed a massive content library. The UI, however, is a bit cluttered, and chances are you’re going to have to use your VPN for this one. 

You can visit EZTV here


If you’re after a good-looking torrent search engine that offers a library view for movies and TV shows, 1337x is for you. In addition, 1337x offers details such as reviews from critics, release dates and ratings to help you select the right content to watch.

The interface is leaps and bounds ahead of the competition and feels snappy and responsive.

You can visit 1337x here. 

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Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here:

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