PutDrive is a cloud service similar to Bitport.io that allows downloading files from Bittorent network without installing any software.Moreover, using this services you will be able to download files from UseNet network as well as from over 80 different file hosters. Another peculiarity of PutDrive is that all file you download are stored in cloud storage. You can use Ozibox (no registration required) that is offered by default, as well as connect your own account on Dropbox, One Drive, Google Drive, Box, etc. Now lets see how all that works.
To start download you need to upload .torrent file or insert file link. Files are stored by default in Ozibox.
Before download you can transform your video into MP4 format to be able to open it on iPhone or extract audio track from it.
Once you’ve added .torrent or .nzb file, or URL, your download will appear in the queue and then it will be stored in a cloud storage you selected while adding the download. During the test I noticed that storing files into OziBox is much faster than into DropBox or Google Drive. I was not able to find out why is that. Perhaps it is connected to some temporary service issues.
When download is over PutDrive notifies you on your email and files become available in Drives as well as in automatically created partitions which are named after the cloud storage they represent, like DropBox or Google Drive apps on smartphone.
On top of Bittorent and UseNet (.nzb files), PutDrive supports file download from a wide variety of file and video hosters. The list contains even adult websites.
Subscription to PutDrive for a month will cost you €9.99. If you pay for the entire year, one month will cost you almost twice as cheap. For €199.99 you can purchase lifetime subscription.
Interface is nothing out of the common, its competitors have more beautiful and simple interfaces. Download is not always fast, especially form certain trackers. However… With a certain degree of confidence I can tell you that PutDrive is a unique service of its kind. I haven’t seen the possibility to download torrents directly to cloud storage in any other similar service. Unlike Bitport (see Bitport Review) it does not support video streaming which doesn’t make it convenient for home use. On the other hand, cloud storage support may make up for that since Android TVs will still be able to open files. This, plus a possibility of a lifetime subscription, make PutDrive a nice choice.