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!

957 thoughts on “Get HDoujin Downloader

    1. Squidy Post author

      Ah man, I’m sorry to hear that. There might not be a lot you can do, but here are some things you might be able to try:

      If you have backups enabled (Settings > Downloads > Data and Backup > Backup download queue on startup), you can restore it from the queue.manga.bak file; just open it using “File > Open”.

      If you have history enabled, you might be able to find some stuff there (Ctrl+H, or “Downloads > History”). By default it only lists content that finished downloading, but you can change it so that it adds all URLs to history immediately. This will help in the future for keeping track of things if you ever lose your queue.


    1. Squidy Post author

      Something must’ve gone awry during start-up to make the program mistakenly think something fishy is going on.

      Did you get any error pop-ups prior to this happening? What were you doing when it happened?

      Also, what release are you using? You can make sure you’re using the latest release by going to “Help > Check for Updates”.


    1. Squidy Post author

      The issue with Luscious should now be solved as of Release 199! Looks like they changed the way some of their URLs are formatted, which messed with some navigation code.

      As for MangaFox, they’ve been having some server issues lately (lots of 503 errors), so that might be related. But if the problem persists, or if it’s persistent for certain manga/chapters, try enabling “Settings > Save to > Metadata > Create a text file listing missing/failed pages”. This will create a “failed.txt” file in the manga directory listing the pages it tried and couldn’t succeed in downloading. Depending on the cause of the error, it may or may not get generated. If it does, please send it to me and I’ll investigate the issue further, and if you have any further information to provide, let me know.



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