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anon
26.11.09, 14:18
Mipony is a download manager especially designed to download automatically from free hosting websites like Rapidshare, Megaupload, Hotfiles, Gigasize, Filefactory and many others.

With this download manager you will enjoy much comfort when you download the files avoiding the hosting pages drawbacks. Mipony takes care of everything. It goes automatically to the website hosting the file, waits the necessary time if it is required and initiates the download of lots of files, one after other automatically.

Add the file links to the download queue in Mipony, and the program takes care of downloading all files in the shortest time possible.

Mipony also checks for every link if the file has been deleted from the server or if it is available to download, so before downloading a set of files you can be sure that all the files will download without problems.

Mipony works with free and premium accounts of Rapidshare, Megaupload and Hotfile, and free accounts of many other hosters.

Link (http://www.mipony.net/en/)

slikrapid
26.11.09, 19:26
anyone tried this so far?

i'm using Jdownloader for automated OCH download (& RS Downloader) - works pretty good, can download from multiple hosters at the same time, has constant updates, can recognize captcha,...

anon
26.11.09, 20:39
I tried jDownloader and it was pretty neat, but I couldn't get it to work on Mediafire, so I went for RDesc instead, which recently added Premium account support (I still prefer MSD for that, though)

About this tool, I added links from RS, MU, MF and HF to test it, and just finished downloading all of them correctly. You have to accept every hoster's ToS before you can leech, just like with jD.

I don't get the reason to have a built-in browser - I already have Opera to search for links, so it just increases memory usage by loading IE's rendering engine :eek13:

mabuse
27.11.09, 10:15
I don't get the reason to have a built-in browser - I already have Opera to search for links, so it just increases memory usage by loading IE's rendering engine :eek13:
Well, I do:


It has an integrated browser which detects links from the supported websites. It makes extremely easy to add links for downloading.
Let's say you have a page with a dozen or more links - automated detection of all links or even klick, klick, klick if you don't want all files should be much faster than copying every link.


I'll give it a try.

Expect report on monday.

anon
27.11.09, 12:59
Well, I do:

Let's say you have a page with a dozen or more links - automated detection of all links or even klick, klick, klick if you don't want all files should be much faster than copying every link.

Many other downloaders implement that without using a built-in browser.

pillow
27.11.09, 13:59
i think this could be my favorite.
i tried rs,mu,hotfile for now, they all work (also parallel download).
it doesnt need java like jdownloader!
it can open .dlc,.rsdf and is not as slow and bulky as cryptload (which has also probs detecting mu captchas correctly).
its small and straight forward (you can unpack it with uniextract and dont have to install it/portable).

for now, nl doesnt seem to work though (download error), but this one is definitivly promising because of the many hosts integrated..

mabuse
27.11.09, 17:45
Many other downloaders implement that without using a built-in browser.
Which one?

anon
27.11.09, 18:20
At least one ^^ RDesc :tongue:

pillow
27.11.09, 19:37
remember trying rdesc, found it a little limited because it doesnt read containers?
and mipony looks a little nicer
http://www.mipony.net/images/screendescargaseng.png

pero todos de espana :klatsch_3: .

edit: hm,not possible to directly post pix here..?

anon
27.11.09, 19:40
remember trying rdesc, found it a little limited because it doesnt read containers?

Yes, that's right. But you can decrypt RSDF containers online, and DLC ones with "DLC Decrypter".


edit: hm,not possible to directly post pix here..?

Leeching bandwidth from others isn't :wink: Upload the pic to Imageshack.

mabuse
27.11.09, 23:01
At least one ^^ RDesc :tongue:
Ah, yes . . . haven't tried this one by now. (I hate .NET)

but . . .


so it just increases memory usage by loading IE's rendering engine :eek13:
It's running now . . . memory usage between 5 and 11,5 MB. That's less than every other downloader I've tried so far.
CPU usage ist 2-8% - on a Via C3 @ 800 MHz (!!)


I've stuffed it with 112 Links - 17,2 GB total. 10% done by now.
If if grabs the whole shit without crashing . . . well, than I've found my downloader :klatsch_3:

anon
27.11.09, 23:04
(I hate .NET)

Mipony is coded in .NET :biggrin:

Thanks for your test, by the way :smile:

mabuse
30.11.09, 10:32
Mipony is coded in .NET :biggrin:
Yeah.
But since most other Downloaders are coded in .NET (Rdesc, HotfileDownloader), I've had no choice . . .


Okay, MiPony . . .
Absolute stable, doesn't interfere with other Software, has made 17 Gigs in the last 72 hours (I only have DSL 2000), CPU-time in those 72 hours is 1h 7 min (on a VIA C3@800 MHz!!), Memory-Usage no more than 18 MB.

Tested with links from RapidShare, Hotfile and Depositfiles.

Highly recommended !

anon
30.11.09, 19:25
Yeah.
But since most other Downloaders are coded in .NET (Rdesc, HotfileDownloader), I've had no choice . . .

Yes, sometimes it seems like no one has made a multi-hoster downloader that's not coded in .NET or Java... (USDownloader is coded in Delphi, but I don't know how well it works nowadays)

mabuse
01.12.09, 10:07
Yes, sometimes it seems like no one has made a multi-hoster downloader that's not coded in .NET or Java...
Yes, there is.
Candisoft's Load! doesn't need anything - sadly that thing has other problems like 100% CPU-Load when on top of the screen, no Hotfile-Support and so on.

CandiSoft (http://load.simon94.com/WP/)

anon
01.12.09, 20:23
Nice, I didn't know about that one!


Candisoft's Load! doesn't need anything - sadly ... no Hotfile-Support

Are you sure? I'm downloading an HF link with it right now:
http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/4084/hfload.gif

mabuse
01.12.09, 22:43
Oh.
New Version . . .

pillow
03.12.09, 06:34
usdownloader was nice, but its not updated anymore like it seems? netload was still not working a month ago. also no dlc support (maybe over youcrypt, but thats also not elegant) AND the biggest fault is the not downloading parallel from different hosters.

load! i tried half a year ago, had some problems with crashes and download probs.

the only issue i did find with mypony is, that it doesnt automatically reconnect when the wlan or internetconnection breaks. its then downloading forever on one file and you have to stop it manually..

mabuse
03.12.09, 11:15
the only issue i did find with mypony is, that it doesnt automatically reconnect when the wlan or internetconnection breaks. its then downloading forever on one file and you have to stop it manually..
Let it run a couple of days.
I had that problem only on the first two days, now it's running without pause. Perhapst it's learnig?

sunch
07.01.10, 17:24
this is pretty good. intuitive and easy to use.

but i notice the memory usage starts to creep up overtime. (but very slowly). anyone else experience this?

pillow
16.09.10, 05:40
anyone knows where to download the latest beta? on the homepage when you click on 1.1.0, its only the 1.0.12 ..

anon
16.09.10, 18:55
This appears to be the real deal:
Mipony Download - Softpedia (http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Mipony-Download-141726.html)

pillow
16.09.10, 19:47
thanks.

btw, i am downloading from hotfile some rars, now and then a popup with a captcha shows up,.. and it stays until i close is!?
so i queued lots of files over night and mipony stopped at the 3rd one with the captcha, until the next day i clicked it away, not really witty.
is there a way/setting to autoclose these?

sigmaphi
07.03.11, 10:43
i feel mipony is way much better they just really need to add more fileshare site and some more tweaks i think it much better than jdownloader

SaintShaolin
07.03.11, 13:38
Just checked out this program, and I'll say it's good.
It's so much lighter than jDownloader, which happens to be my favorite downloader for filesharing sites.

Just to compare, I've also tried:
* Tucan Manager: Tucan Manager - Homepage (http://www.tucaneando.com/) ~ light and fast, but the way it asks you to input captchas is a turn off for me.
* pyLoad: pyLoad Download Manager - pyLoad (http://pyload.org/) ~ light and fast, but installation procedure is not too newbie-friendly. Awesome Web UI, though.
(but I kept coming back to jDownloader for ease of use)

Now, I'll try this Mipony for a while, and see if it can totally kiss jDownlaoder goodbye. ^_^

anon
07.03.11, 19:12
i feel mipony is way much better they just really need to add more fileshare site and some more tweaks i think it much better than jdownloader

Can MiPony add containers, decrypt links and download pretty much every link you put on it? Because I deal with that kind of stuff regularly.

SaintShaolin
08.03.11, 03:26
@anon:

(1) Containers:
They have a "download selected to folder"; maybe this could work for you.

(2) Could you please explain what "decrypt links" mean?

(3) Supported sites:
2shared
4shared
4shared-china
Adrive
Anonym
Appscene
Badongo
Bitroad
Bitshare
Box
Cramit
Czshare
Data.hu
Dataup
Depositefiles
Divshare
Dl.Free.fr
Duckload
Easy-share
Egoshare
Enterupload
Extabit
Filebase
Filedude
Filefactory
Fileflyer
Filefront
Filesend
Fileserve
Filesmonster
Filestrack
File-upload
Freakshare
Fullshare
Furk
Gigapeta
Gigasize
Hackerbox
Hellshare
Hotfile
Hotshare
ifile
Jumbofiles
Keepfile
Kewlshare
Kickload
Letitbit
Linfsave
Linkbee
Mandamais
Mangoshare
Mediafire
Megafree
Megaporn
Megashare.vn
Megashares
Megaupload
Midupload
Myupload
Nakido
Narod
Netload
Novaup
Onionshare
Oron
Rapidshare
Rayfile
Sendspace
Sharebase
Shareflare
Share-online
Sharex
Sharingmatrix
Speedshare
Speedyshare
Storage.to
Turboshare
u.115
Ugotfile
Uloz
Unibytes
Upload
Uploadbox
Uploaded.to
Uploading
Uploadstore
USAupload
Usershare
Vip-file
VSpace
x7.to
Xun6
Ziddu
Zippyshare
Zomgupload
Zshare

anon
08.03.11, 03:53
1. so it can open DLC and RSDF files?
2. I'm talking about services like Lix.in, which are often used to protect links on warez forums. On jDownloader, you can add such links, and the program will automatically convert them to "real" ones.
3. pales in comparison to jD's supported hoster list, but then again I only use 3-4 of those, at most. :lol:

SaintShaolin
08.03.11, 04:24
1. so it can open DLC and RSDF files?


Looks like we had a different understanding. But yes, it opens those files.



2. I'm talking about services like Lix.in, which are often used to protect links on warez forums. On jDownloader, you can add such links, and the program will automatically convert them to "real" ones.


I tried a link using lix.in, and Mipony was able to parse it. (^_^)=b

anon
08.03.11, 04:56
yes, it opens those files.

I tried a link using lix.in, and Mipony was able to parse it. (^_^)=b

Looks like the hype is justified. :ggrin:

john122
25.05.15, 02:08
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