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Reddit Downloader Free Download is a nifty application that can make your life easier, as it scans your saved posts and downloads any images it locates automatically. It features a minimalistic UI and is very easy to set up, but this early release still seems to have a few bugs.
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Reddit Downloader is a nifty application that can make your life easier, as it scans your saved posts and downloads any images it locates automatically. It features a minimalistic UI and is very easy to set up, but this early release still seems to have a few bugs.

Probably the simplest way to download saved Reddit posts

Once this app has been configured, any saved posts from the specified subreddits will be downloaded to your PC automatically. The program checks your account for new posts regularly, though how often it does this is not clear, and the interval cannot be customized.

The bottom line is that any image posts you save on Reddit will be downloaded by the application while it is running in the background, even if you are using one of the Reddit mobile apps.

Very easy to set up, but it seems to have some problems grabbing content from Imgur

In order to download anything, you first have to provide your account details, set the target folder and specify which subreddits should be taken into consideration. If you mark the subreddit as NSFW, the downloaded files will be hidden.

The images are organized into folders based on the subreddit’s name, and Imgur albums are placed into subdirectories so as to keep everything nice and tidy.

We did not encounter any issues when saving images from Imgur albums or those stored directly on the Reddit servers, but individual pictures from Imgur were only downloaded if the poster provided a direct link to the file. If the post linked to the image’s Imgur page, it was not downloaded.

Low-key app that features a simple, novice-friendly UI

If you minimize the application, it is sent to the system tray, where it continues to scan your account and download saved images. Apart from your account info, all settings are saved when shutting down the program.

New users should have no problems getting accustomed to the application’s intuitive user interface, and it even comes with an optional night mode for those who find the default background to be too bright.

To sum up, Reddit Downloader is a pretty impressive little app that, for the most part

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Please keep in mind that this is a beta release. It is not supposed to do everything, and bugs are sure to be found. You can read the article here:
The pre-release version of Reddit Downloader Crack doesn’t support Imgur images, which is pretty annoying.


It’s a web service, not a website, so there will be no images there. I mean, the easiest way to show images on a webpage are to use imgur or another image sharing service like that.

While I suppose it is possible to add images from those services to a website, I find this to be a silly thing to do.

I mean, if you want to view images, why not save them from imgur or wherever the image is hosted and just view the saved image on a computer?Q:

Singleton connection vs. pooling

Many of the examples for how to use a database in C# seem to use a connection as a singleton like this:
public static readonly SqlConnection MyConnection = new SqlConnection(“@serverName\InstanceName”);

I’m wondering if this is more efficient than just using a standard SqlConnection since there’s only 1 connection open at a time, but if it is, why? Is it due to connection pooling or what?


Since you don’t connect to your database from the pool, and since the pool is managed on the server level, there is no reason to think that pooling would be a factor here. The way you’re doing things is the right way to do it.

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Downloads images from Reddit.
Uses Piwi to bypass geoblocking.
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Minimalistic, easy to use, no ads.
Last update 12/6/2017.

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I’m trying to find what the default credentials are for HttpClient, I have to code a web application which uses JavaScript to send an HTTP request to my server, the JS code is:
var client = new XMLHttpRequest();“POST”, “/someurl”, false);
client.setRequestHeader(‘Content-Type’, ‘application/x-www-form-urlencoded’);

(it’s important that it’s POST, not GET)
Is this how normal Android HttpClient setup would look like?
From what I’ve read, iOS and Windows 10 default credentials require the user to have an app installed, which in my case I don’t have, so what are the default credentials that I would need to enter?


Android 2.3 (API level 9) requires an API level 9 or higher Android device. Android 4.0 (API level 19) and above includes an Authenticator and will require an application to be in the background (ANDROID_ID is set to some value).
As of Android 6.0 (API level 23), the API requirements are:

API level 23 or higher is required to access the AccountManager. The AccountManager is responsible for user authentication.
API level 21 or higher is required to access the AccountAuthenticator. The AccountAuthenticator manages user authentication.


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What’s New In Reddit Downloader?

Reddit Downloader allows you to save images from specific subreddits to a specific folder on your computer.
Downloaded images are organized into folders based on the subreddit name.
Images from Imgur are automatically downloaded if an associated URL is provided, and Imgur albums are included in the sub-folders.


Every image you save to any one of your reddit account will be automatically downloaded to folder you set. On most occasions, the program will still save the image from the reddit. It would be nice if it saves the image from the original link instead of any optional link provided by the user.

julio fragoso

I like the fact that your program allows you to download Reddit images from Imgur.
Can you make it so that it downloads from all platforms?


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Searching for the name of a specific imgur album or a direct Imgur image URL doesn’t work. It goes directly to the first image of the album.

jamie h

You know what? I just bought the app and it’s pretty good. But there’s one thing I don’t like. When I save it says download all images if there are more than 7 saved… I don’t want that. I want to be able to pick and choose which ones I want to save. It would be great if it could differentiate between different saved images and say the one I picked or the ones I saved.日本初のクリエイティブなアニメ「パトン・プール・プール」が大人気になる



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