Yes, they are a little too prideful for my liking. The site, as you can see, is in Bulgarian, and insists on using that language. It has a translation that is merely adequate, so you might benefit from checking for an English version, as well.
This is not a particularly fair nor balanced comparison to make. I do not have the expertise, nor the resources to make such a comparison, but by all accounts, Zamunda is by far the largest and most popular cybercafe in the Balkans. Those are hardly qualifications for an “absolute best torrent site” though, and I don’t think they aspire to be an internet music site, that’s for sure. Their focus is clearly on torrents, and Zamunda merchants on that.
I have lowered the bar by a few notches. Zamunda is what I would consider to be a “good” torrent site. It is certainly not the best, though. And its customer service is, unfortunately, not really that great, either.
Simply put: I do not think that Zamunda is as big as it is by accident. It must have been well planned, that Zamunda is such a well-known, respectable site. That needs a few examples of sites vying for a larger user community.
There are a few things you can’t deny, even if you don’t like Zamunda. Firstly, it is one of the oldest torrent sites out there. Populace group activities are significant, obviously. But, all that being said, I would agree with their statement that the Zamunda community is “more like a family.” Of all the torrent sites I’ve used since I started using them some 10 years ago, Zamunda has been around the longest, and I have been on forums with users who are still active users even though their age is well into the twenties. d2c66b5586