Apollo (APL) is a ratio-based torrent tracker focused on music. Named after the Greek god of music, Apollo is one of several music trackers that were born right after the What.CD (WCD) takedown in November 2016. The tracker opens sometimes for IRC application signups.
When it was first launched, Apollo was known as XanaX, named after the potent medicine used to treat depression, panic attacks and anxiety, which is basically what the torrenting community and private trackers world suffered from after the death of WCD. Apollo was supposed to be the Xanax of the music trackers‘ world.
Like most other music trackers,Apollo is based on Gazelle, a framework first introduced by What.cd (the parent of all Gazelle trackers) in 2008, and is designed to natively adapt to the nature of music catalogs, as it has multiple nested grouping levels to meticulously keep the music library organized.
ratio-based, music torrents