Get HDoujin Downloader

HDoujin Downloader is a doujin/manga download manager that supports hundreds of different websites. Just input doujin/manga URLs from your favorite website and they will be added to the queue!


  • Can run as a standalone executable (portable, no installation)
  • Can retrieve and save any information about a doujin/manga (author/artist/description information by default)
  • Track chapters and get notified when new chapters are posted
  • Parallel downloads, import/export download queues, download from URL list
  • Automatically convert downloaded doujins/manga to .ZIP/.CBZ/.RAR/.CBR/.PDF
  • Clipboard Monitor feature watches the clipboard for doujin/manga URLs and adds them to the download queue automatically
  • Supports the use of proxies
  • Multiple, customizable UI languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Indonesian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, +More)
  • Tag-based organization features, powerful folder/page naming system
  • Free to use (free version has download limit)




Download from Google Drive:
Download from Dropbox:
Download from Dropbox

If you only want the bare-bones executable, you can download it here.

If you run into any problems, get in touch or leave a comment. All feedback is welcome! Please include example URLs where applicable.

2,401 thoughts on “Get HDoujin Downloader

  1. Leslie

    Just as a question, is it possible to ‘update’ a download list for a manga that is on-going without resetting it?

    As an example, say I was downloading “Jojo’s One-Piece Hellsing” that has sixteen chapters, that got done, then a week later the seventeenth chapter came out. I’m hoping for an easier way to get that new one than to reset it.

    Or, is there an easier way to do it?

    Regardless, thank you for your hard work.

  2. skataras

    for some reason the update cant be done as the updater cruses. if i try to download from the site when i try to start the program it gets deleted

    1. Anonymous

      With the new update Avast puts the exe into virus chest and marks it as being a file replacer. Did the author try to do something weird with it? I have used this for a long time and this is the first time it has happened.

      1. DoujinDownloader Post author

        For what it’s worth, as the developer, I can confirm that this is a false-positive. The program needs to be resubmitted for whitelisting every few releases after it changes enough that anti-virus vendors consider it something unique (and thus no longer whitelisted). This is normal, but if you don’t trust it, it should be whitelisted again in a day or two. More information.

      1. DoujinDownloader Post author

        Thanks for the heads-up! They’ve started using ImageVenue for image hosting, and this new host will be acknowledged in the next release.

        One thing I noticed, though: Every ImageVenue gallery I’ve looked at has had 2-3 dead images, so you’re likely to get some “some failed” errors even after the update. Either the host is deleting them randomly, or the person who handles uploads for the site is making a mistake. Either way, it’s just something to note.

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      This site is actually already supported, but it looks like they changed their domain, so HDoujin is no longer picking it up (the site used to be hosted on herokuapp). Expect it to be working again in the next release!

  3. straydog12

    Hi, sorry to bother you again. I have this problem for sometimes now. I usually download manga from The problem is, sometimes I cant add a download/page link to HDD. I cleaned the cookies from both of the program and computer, but the problem persists. Can you please help me.

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Does it seem to occur consistently for certain URLs, or does it work after retrying a number of times? Either way, you can send me a few of the offending URLs, and I’ll take a look. It would also be helpful if you generated a log file for one of the URLs when it fails to show up in the queue (instructions here). The log file will contain what HDoujin sees when it tries to access the site, which should shed some light on what’s going wrong.

      (PS: It’s never a bother, don’t worry about it!)


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