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Developer(s)House of Life
Stable release(s)
Windows2.4.6-358[1] Edit this on Wikidata / 26 August 2022
macOS2.4.6-348 Edit this on Wikidata / 24 October 2019
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows, macOS and Android
TypeBitTorrent client
LicenseProprietary software (Adware)

BitLord is a proprietary adware BitTorrent client available for Microsoft Windows, macOS and Android.[2] It is advertised as, and largely reviewed as, one of the easiest BitTorrent applications to use.[3][4] With a built-in search engine, video player with subtitles and the option to send video to a TV with Google Cast. It is possible to play videos from torrents while they are downloading on both desktop and mobile.[5][6]


BitLord was first released in December 2004, as BitLord 0.56, based on and under license from BitComet. From version 1.2 until 2.3.2, BitLord was based on Deluge, but has added several features of its own since then.

BitLord is (as of version 2.4) built using Python and the Qt cross-platform framework, and uses the libtorrent-rasterbar C++ library.


While BitLord is generally regarded as a safe software to use,[7][8] upon download, BitLord will suggest that you install other programs, such as Opera and Avast Antivirus, both of which are often bundled with software such as BitLord and might be considered unwanted by the user.[9][10]


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  3. ^ "BitLord vs uTorrent: which is the best torrent client for 2022?". VPNpro. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  4. ^ "10 Best Torrent Clients, Downloaders in 2022". CyberWaters. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  5. ^ "BitLord Review". Slant. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  6. ^ "10 Best Torrent Clients That Work in 2022 (Safe and 100% Free)". VPNmentor. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  7. ^ "Is BitLord safe to download?". VPNpro. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  8. ^ "Is BitLord Safe?". Picochip. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  9. ^ "Ease of installation". VPNpro. Retrieved 2022-11-18.
  10. ^ "Potentially Unwanted Program". Techopedia. Retrieved 2022-11-18.