Torrentz launched in 2013 as meta-search-engine for bittorrent that It indexed torrents from various major torrent websites

The user interface was simple and minimal. It consisted of two basic blocks: a user menu and a search panel. Users were not required to register before searching the files. The search field was autocomplete-enabled, providing suggestions based on popular searches that match the currently typed keywords.

To perform a search, users would simply type in a string of keywords related to their desired content and execute the search by either pressing the search button in the UI or press the enter key on the keyboard. From there, a list of matching torrent files were displayed on the screen for the user to choose from.
This list could be filtered by age (one day, three days, one week or one month) and by "safety & quality" (any, good or verified). By default the "good" filter was applied. "Verified" was reserved for torrents uploaded by well-known groups.

Selecting a torrent from the search results list would take the user to another page listing the websites currently hosting the specified torrent with which the user can download the file(s). Selecting a host would redirect the user to the external website so they may complete the download of the torrent file.

where now in 5 august 2016 it has disabled its search functionality leaving a message "Torrentz will always love you. Farewell." People has lost two of most powerful torrent search engines kickass torrent , torrentz  
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