If you have any questions, concerns, want to report a bug or suggest a feature, or send us a website you want HDoujin Downloader to support, feel free to use the contact form below:

If you have any problems downloading from any of the sites listed, make sure you include an example URL when you report it.

57 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Vit

    Hey, I’ve noticed that when downloading manga from, every chapter comes with an extra (?) page that’s actually an advertisement fetched incorrectly. I believe it’s taken from the page’s footer.

    Please refer to this link:
    There, you can find the original link from AND the .zip I got from HDoujin.

    Would you mind taking a look at it? Hope you don’t mind gay stuff. lol

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Thanks for letting me know, and I appreciate the example URL! Makes my job a lost easier. I’ll make sure the issue is fixed for the next release, which will be available very shortly.

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      The support module for this site is currently outdated, but I’ll make sure it’s working again in the next update. You can expect a fix to be available within the next day or so!

  2. Reizenchuu

    Just when I thought about looking up a doujin downloader in google, with faint hope that I will find anything of meaningful this HDoujin Downloader showed up.
    how convenient! thank you for making this (legendary?) tool.
    I’m mainly using it to download stuff from hentai cafe and at this flow, I think I’m going to end up subscribing to get unlimited downloads.
    By the way, is it possible to ask for what coding languages you used to code this? I’m a novice in programming. I thought it would be good to have an idea about what coding language is used to make programs like this.

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Happy to have been of service! I originally started this program to make my own life easier, and I’m always happy to see it helping other people as well.

      HDoujin Downloader is written in C#. If you’re writing GUI applications for Windows, it’s one of the more convenient options (at the cost of being a little more difficult to port to other platforms if you’re not careful). Of course, you could get away with using any mainstream language without much trouble; it’s mostly just a matter of getting used to whatever UI framework is available.


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