ZitatMipony is a download manager specially designed to automate the downloading of files of free host sites such as Rapidshare, Fileserve, Hotfiles and many others.
With this download manager you will enjoy comfortable features when it comes to downloading files by avoiding host sites inconveniences. Mipony is in charge of everything, it accesses the web where the file is hosted, it waits the required time and starts downloading them one by one.
Put the addresses of the files in Mipony and the program will be in charge of everything to have the files downloaded as fast as possible.
Mipony also checks every link to see if the file has been deleted from the server or if it is available to be downloaded.
Mipony works with both premium and free accounts of Rapidshare, Fileserve and Hotfile...
Zitat von longtalleric im Beitrag #5I googled for Freerapid and it looks promising indeed. Does Freerapid's captcha recognition work?
Unfortunately not. I don't think there's any downloader that does. [edit: I noticed it DOES for Netload.in, so maybe others too] And I've had some stability problems with freerapid lately,but then I don't use it often enough to waste time on searching for a replacement (yet)
Well, I have to saythat Mipony is quite good, and easy to work with. The GUI is even better than FreeRapid. The latest versions of FreeRapid were just not stable enough, so I switched to Mipony. The install is horrible btw if you do not want any bloatware/adware/spam installed in your browser(s). You need to carefully read and check/press the correct boxes/buttons.
The 'shutdown PC when downloads are done' seems not to work as long as you have unfinishe downloads in stopped state. It would be nice that it would only count queued/busy/wating enqueues... as FR does
Maybe JDownloader will be even better. I only tried out Mipony briefly and went back to JDownloader, but I don't remember why really. It takes ages before JDownloader has started, and it depends on Java (which may not be such a good thing nowadays).
I've been using Mipony a bit more often lately and I must admit I like it a lot. Better than JDownloader, mainly because it responds a bit faster. It feels a bit 'lighter' on resources and it may be even easier to use while it may has more options.
The only downside is its installation process. It tries to install quite a lot of 'secondary software' which is optional, but you'll have to be careful.