Welcome to our guide covering the Top best BitTorrent clients for Linux, Top best BitTorrent clients for Ubuntu, Debian and Kali Linux, Top best BitTorrent clients for any other Linux Distribution. Get one of these BitTorrent  Clients for Linux and start downloading torrent files without stress.

What is BitTorrent?

BitTorrent is a protocol used for peer-to-peer file sharing suitable for distributing large amounts of data over the global sweetest nerdy Internet. BitTorrent is the most common protocol for transferring large files.

Kali Linux and any other Linux distribution don’t come with any BitTorrent client installed by default. You will have to download one install it, either from repositories or .deb package. Here is my top List of my most favorite Torrent Clients that Never disappoint.

  1. Deluge
  2. Qbittorent
  3. Transmission

Installing Deluge BitTorrent Client

Deluge utilizes a client/server model with “deluged” being daemon or service and the “deluge” being used to launch a GUI user interface. It is my best Kali Linux BitTorrent client that is super-fast and always reliable.

Installing deluge on any Debian derivative is easy. Open your terminal and type apt-get install deluge as shown below:

$ sudo apt-get install deluge

If you like using aptitude then type

$ sudo aptitude install deluge

You must have default Kali Linux Repositories to do so. read our Article on how to have Fastest Kali Linux Repositories.

Installing Qbittorrent BitTorrent Client

Qbittorent is another clean, fast, reliable and eye-candy Linux Bittorent Client. It works just like deluge.

How to install it in Kali Linux Kali Linux and Other Debian Based and Ubuntu Distros:

Open your terminal and switch to root then type:

$ sudo apt-get install qbittorrent


$ sudo aptitude install qbittorrent

Installing Qbittorrent Transmission BitTorrent Client

Transmission is another alternative to deluge and BitTorrent client for Unix/Linux.Transmission is fast and stable with no buggy slick.To install it, open your terminal and type:

$ sudo apt-get install transmission

To uninstall all the above three BitTorrent clients type

$ sudo apt-get remove <package-name>

followed by the name of the torrent client you installed.

Installing top BitTorrent clients on CentOS, RHEL, and Fedora

To install them on CentOS, RHEL and Fedora just type:

$ sudo yum install deluge
$ sudo yum install transmission
$ sudo yum  install qbittorrent


Hope you liked our list of the top best BitTorrent clients for Linux. Since people have different tastes, this list may not be valid for some guys. Feel free to drop a comment on which torrent client you use daily on your Linux box.

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