Torrent tracking website with no content restrictions and a large content library can be hard to find. Most private tracking websites have a ratio that needs to be maintained and failure in doing so can get your account deleted. However, this is not the case with TorrentHR.
What is TorrentHR?
TorrentHR is a Croatian general tracker and a home to the RAKiJA release group. It specializes in Croatian content which includes films, TV shows, books, magazines, etc. They don’t seem to have a release group for mainstream English content, due to which 99% of English torrents on the website are reuploaded from other popular general torrent trackers.
History of TorrentHR
The website was launched 12 years ago in 2008 and has been operating ever since. It has been catering to the audiences that mainly consist of countries from Eastern Europe. Due to which the content of the website is written in Croatian, which can be changed to English by turning the Google translator on.
Is TorrentHR safe?
For a torrent site to be safe for browsing, it needs to have an SSL certificate, which TorrentHR does have. By using tools such as SEOQuake and MOZ, you can easily check the credibility of a website by gauging Domain Score (DS) and Trust Score (TS). Based on my research, TorrentHR has a domain score of 4 and a trust score of 31 which is quite poor. Sure, It’s not uncommon for torrent sites to have a DS less than 15 and a TS less than 40. However, given that the site was launched in 2008 and still hasn’t managed to surpass a DS of 10 is extremely disappointing.
What should you expect from TorrentHR?
Even though TorrentHR is a small-sized torrent tracker website it still offers various benefits that make your community participation more interesting. Here are some of the benefits that you can expect from TorrentHR.
Extensive torrent library – Even though most of the content on the website is Croatian and other non-English languages. The website has a huge number of torrents on the website. As mentioned above the website has 42,009 torrents in the library which has genre-based separation. Members can stream or download movies, TV shows, music, and more from anywhere in the world.
Some of the popular content genres of the website include, ‘Anime’, ‘Movies’, ‘Sport’, ‘Cartoon’, ‘Documentary’, ‘Games’, ‘Comics’, and ‘XXX’. These categories are updated every day by the members of the community in exchange for ranks.
Ranks – TorrentHR has a ranking system that is similar to the other popular torrent tracking websites but has some pretty strict rules and is clearly laid for the same. When you join the community, you are given a ‘n00b’ rank which lasts for 12 hours. When you are a noob, you can send your queries through IRC. However, you are not allowed to participate in the forums or comment on the torrents.
You can start purchasing and sending invites only when you reach the ‘l33t’ rank. The highest rank granted to any member is that of a ‘Moderator’ who has the power to delete torrent/comments and also temporarily ban users.
Karma rewards – Karma is one of the most common reward systems adopted by the torrent tracking website. These points can be earned by completing a certain task or reaching a particular goal on the website. TorrentHR provides Karma points for, seeding torrents, spending time on IRC chats, uploading a new torrent, completing your wish, and voting on the poll.
The Karma points can be used to avail benefits like a custom name, buy a leech slot, remove H&R score, and even buy upload limits. You can also donate the karma points to the other members by simply writing their usernames in the donor’s column.
Chat – TorrentHR has an active community that participates in all kinds of conversations that happen on the website. Therefore, you can also expect to make some TorrentHR friends. Once you qualify the n00b rank, you are allowed to chat with the other community members. However, you have to keep the chat guideline while chatting on the website.
Forum – Due to the active community members, the website has a very active forum too. Members actively participate in the different discussions that are started in forums. The members can also help you with any technical issues that you might be facing while using the website. You can also start a discussion by sharing your views on a particular show.
TorrentHR in numbers
TorrentHR’s 12-year long journey has helped it accumulate a large community and an extensive torrent library. The website has 10,659 registered users with an average of 14 users online every day. TorrentHR has 42,009 torrents approximately and 20 new torrents are added regularly.
The website has an active community that participates in the forum discussions. This is why the website has more than 7,376 forum topics that are being discussed every day with around 83,793 posts until now.
As per the Alexa rankings, TorrentHR is ranked #168,746 which makes it amongst the top 200,000 websites on the internet. It attracts more than 148,000 users a month and an average visit on the site lasts for more than 4 minutes. An average user engages with 6.42 pages before bouncing off the website. Regardless of decent page interaction, TorrentHR has an extra-ordinary bounce rate of just 7.05%.
How to access TorrentHR?
You can access TorrentHR by searching for the term ‘TorrentHR’ in your search engine. Alternatively, if you want to access the platform directly, you can use the following link: TorrentHR. Remember, there are various extensions of the website and thus using the link is the easiest way of finding the website and downloading the content.
Before you access TorrentHR, it’s important for you to know that protecting your IP and your device should be your priority. Most of the time when you engage in illegal content downloading, your IP can be tracked by your ISP and the local authorities. In order to avoid any trouble, it’s important that you stream anonymously when you’re accessing such platforms. That’s the reason why I recommend you use a VPN. Using a VPN will help protect your data and your identity not just from hackers but regulatory authorities as well.
TorrentHR has a dark theme that is consistent on all the pages of the website. It has a readable white text coupled with a black background and red highlights. The website has links, search boxes, checkboxes, and buttons that can be used for navigation.
Header – Like every other torrent tracking website, TorrentHR too has a header. It comprises options like, ‘Home’, ‘TorrentI’, ‘Homemade’, ‘Upload’, ‘Desire’, ‘Chat’, ‘Forum’, ‘Top 10’, ‘Rules’, ‘FAQ’, ‘Links’, ‘WHR’, and ‘Staff’.
Inner Pages – The website has numerous inner pages that let the members access the different parts of it. The layout of these inner pages is quite basic and is mostly made of tables and links. Some pages comprise all the major functionalities of the website such as checkboxes, search bar, link, and table. The ‘browse torrent’ page is a fine example of the most dynamic pages of the website.
Content – The website does have a vast library which is mostly made up of Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian and Montenegro movies, TV shows, and music. Apart from all this, the website has Comics, software, sports, and XXX content in different forms.
Community members can download or upload any number of torrents as they don’t have to worry about getting banned due to a low ratio.
TorrentHR works seamlessly on both devices and loads quickly due to its text and image ratio. The website fits any screen with ease but using it on a cell phone can be a little inconvenient. Mobiles have a smaller screen that can load the website easily, but the size shrinks to almost 25%. In this scenario, it can be hard to click on the right links.
Suggestions I have for TorrentHR
Though I really like the platform and the interactive community, I do feel that it falls short on content. It lacks the content depth and quality capable of attracting users and holding them for a longer period. I’d advise the mods to increase the quantity and quality of content on the site so it can retain the user base in the long-run.
TorrentHR is one of the most amazing torrent tracking websites offering Croatian and Serbian content for free. Its ratio-less policy can be a great outage for frequent downloaders.