Hi, members of TI!

In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to download ".torrent" files from almost every torrent site (whether it's a PT or OT site) on your iPhone or iPad.
First things first, you need to download these two apps:
- Documents* (available in the App Store)
- iTransmission (not available in the App Store)
Because the second app (iTransmission) is not available in the App Store, we are going to download it from a different source.
As far as I know, there are two methods/ways to download "iTransmission". I'm going to teach you both of them and tell you which one I prefer more.
1. You can download "iTransmission" by going to iemulators.com then go to "Apps" section and scroll down till you see the icon* of the app (iTransmission). Click on it and install it. After that, you will see the app on your homescreen, but that's not it... you need to verify the app by going to "Settings >> General >> Device Management >> NARI Group Corportion >> and click on 'Trust'". That's it! Now you have a great BitTorrent client on your iPhone/iPad.
2. The second way (in case the first one didn't work for you) is by downloading an app called "TutuApp". You can find it here: tutuapp.vip
After downloading it, you have to trust the app by doing the same process I mentioned in the first method/way. Though, the developer(s) name is different (that means it's not gonna be "NARI Group Corportion".)
After installing and trusting "TutuApp" open it and search for "iTransmission".
Note: ignore all ads and pop-ups.

Now after you have successfully installed these two apps (iTransmission & Documents) enjoy downloading!

*Documents: it's a file manager that is similar to "Files" app that came with the iOS 11 update, but... with a lot more features. (SS: http://i68.tinypic.com/2hczxg2.jpg)

*icon (SS): http://i63.tinypic.com/20avwo3.jpg

- You don't have to use the built-in browser that comes with the "iTrasnsmission" app, instead, use the browser you usually use everyday (Safari, Google Chrome, etc.)
- Downloading ".torrent" files on your iPhone/iPad is, almost, the same as downloading them on Windows OS; that is, clicking on the "Download", "Magnet URL", Get This Torrent", etc. button on the website you're trying to download from, and your BitTorrent client will be automatically opened.
- There are a lot of open-source trackers out there, but I mostly use these trackers:
rutracker/org, torrentz2/eu, btdb/to, thepiratebay/org (feel old yet?), idope/se, yts/ag, and 1337x/to (replace the slash with a dot.)
- To open a file you have downloaded, click on it and scroll down to "Files". It may take a while to open (transfer) a file with/to "Documents" app (depends on the file size and your phone speed.) 500MB will usually take up to 15-20 seconds.

Note (2): by downloading the app "iTransmission" by using the first method/way, you are downloading an old version of the app (4.6). But I prefer it (first method/way) because it has way less ads (maybe one every 10-15 uses.)

Note (3): the download will stop if the app "iTransmission" is running in the background (Apple products <3)

That's it! I hope I didn't forget something...