The client allows you to search for files that can be found on several sites. The search can be performed using a combination of file name, author and the description given on the site where the file resides. This is the usual workflow of a torrent client, but there is a big additional functionality: you can not only search for files or even install them locally but you can also download them directly from OneFile. This way, you can take full advantage of the benefits the service has to offer.
Besides searching for files, OneFile also supports an integrated file manager that offers an easy way to browse through the entire directory.
Moreover, you can download your favorite files from the OneFile pages to the local computer. Note, however, that the files that you download can be seen and shared on the web so you should be careful with what files you save in your PC.
Lastly, you can also share the files you download with others. OneFile supports many common protocols for sharing, including BitTorrent, Open GTP, Magnet and we also provide a native protocol of our own for direct file sharing.
The client itself is extremely light and fast, with all the features of a powerful and competent torrent client.
OneFile offers a convenient way to search for files across different locations. You can enter the search criteria either by their name or by their comments. Using this method, you can find files on the internet using keywords or even learn more about the file, including the size, description and even the language.
OneFile offers a straightforward file manager that allows you to manage your files directly on the system. You can use this feature to open web pages, view or download files, even use them to play media. The management of your files is also enabled through a context menu on the main window. You can use it to add more torrent sites, change the network quality settings, view your download history and much more.
OneFile supports a wide variety of protocols for sharing: BitTorrent, Open GTP, Magnet, our own native protocol (on my first installation, when searching for the standard Share Link it lists only magnet protocol), email and of course the direct file sharing. Each sharing protocol has its own settings that you can enable or disable.