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!

Features

  • 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)

Requirements

Screenshots

Download

Download from GitHub:
Download from GitHub
Download from Mega:
Download from Mega
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. You can also leave a post in the Q&A forum to get help from other users. All feedback is welcome! Please include example URLs where applicable.

3,197 thoughts on “Get HDoujin Downloader

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      What do you mean?

      If you’re having issues adding something to the download queue: Paste the URL into the textbox at the top of the program window, and click “Add”. The item will be added to the queue. Then click the “Play” button on the toolstrip near the top of the window to start the download. If it’s not appearing in the download queue when you try to add it, it could be that the support module for that particular site is outdated. In that case, send me an example URL, and I’ll look into it.

      If you want to add support for a site yourself: Currently the only way to do that is through the scripting system, or through Domain Management if it shares a CMS with an already-supported site. I’m aiming to make it easier by replacing the scripting system with Lua, though. Should be available soon!

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      I have it set up so that comments aren’t visible until the author has at least one approved comment (I get hundreds of spam comments every day). I’m not entirely sure how the system decides whether a user is a “new author” or not. It’s also possible that your comments ended up getting swept up by the automated spam filter, but I don’t see anything in there. Regardless, sorry about that!

      Thanks for the heads-up, by the way– They recently updated their site, and at first it only broke the support module when you were signed in, but now it seems to be broken entirely. I’ll get on that!

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Thanks for the heads-up. For what it’s worth, as the developer, I can assure you it’s a false positive– This happens every couple of releases.

      I’ve already submitted false-positive reports, and according to Microsoft, it’s been whitelisted in their latest definitions update. Should be good now!

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  1. Vanessa

    Thank you so much for that awesome new update 🙂
    But mangahasu is still striking on my end. First it said “completed” but didn’t download a thing and now it won’t even accept any URL from mangahasu. Sorry too come with that right after the update.

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      No need to apologize! I checked it out, and the site seems to still be working fine from my end using the latest release.

      If you’re having issues with it, please provide some example URLs, and/or a log file (which would be very helpful) for one of the URLs that isn’t working for you and send it to me.

      Reply

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