Suggestions and feedback for Mobilism.
Jun 2nd, 2018, 12:25 am
One word JDownloader it fixes the problem
Jun 2nd, 2018, 12:25 am
Jun 2nd, 2018, 1:54 am
I cant use jd. My isp blocks it.
Jun 2nd, 2018, 1:54 am

Without strife, your victory has no meaning.
Without strife, you do not advance.
Without strife, there is only stagnation

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Jun 9th, 2018, 12:30 am
My humble suggestion -- then require more hosts for each release. Many prolific releasers on Mobilism already do this with 5-10 hosts provided. Obviously they see the benefit in doing this, or they wouldn't spend the extra time to do it. Some releasers will snap that it takes too much time. Fine. I'm an occasional uplaoder and a prolific downloader. There's some people on here who use annoying file hosters (2h limit, horrible captchas, virus/porn, endless redirects, playing cat-and-mouse with Jdownloader, etc). I just don't download anything from them. I download easily between 100-300 files per day, every day here since 2014. It only takes me about half hour or so, thanks to JD. If it doesn't work there, I don't take it. I have to deal with upwards of 20-30 hosters in JD every single day. They can significantly increase their downloads with free users, but they don't. I'm sure that they have their reasons and that they're very valid to them, which is fine. But if their sites have 2h or even 10 min wait times (among other factors), they simply are missing out on a huge 'market' of free downloaders, who would fuel their pay-by-click earnings on the filehosts. Usually after several months they all switch to a decent filehost... A "good" file host from a downloader's perspective is one which lets them download many files without wait times, does not have captchas (or has simple captchas), and can be automated. A good host from a downloader's perspective is one which pays well, keeps files for a long time, has good dl speed (unless you upload books only) and does not ban you. There's many which meet both criteria, imo, and it would be nice if there was more communication between downloaders and uploaders. I don't make money off my uploads, but I certainly understand both sides of the coin. A simple feature would be to show 'click count' next to each link. It would let uploaders visually see what the public prefers, for example... anyway, thanks to all, for all.
Jun 9th, 2018, 12:30 am