Mobile application to remotely manage your downloads on your QNAP NAS from your phone !

Need help configuring QGetMobile ? Click here !


Ever wanted to download a file on your mobile device, but it was too big? Have a QNAP NAS at home? QGetMobile is meant for you!

QGetMobile allows you to connect to your Download Station and manage your downloads. You will be able to add or remove files, but also check the speed or pause downloads.

Have several QNAP servers? Often connect to it from home or work ? QGetMobile handles connection to different NAS and can manage different connection profiles !

The included web browser will help you choose the file you wish to download with a single touch, and the smart search engine will allow you to look for any kind of file. New search engines can be added dynamically, so you will never miss your good old finder. Mininova is included by default!

Morever, the built-in RSS reader helps you keep track of your software updates. You will be able to add new RSS feeds to QGetMobile and be notified of new files to download.

Afraid to open your Download Station access to the Internet? QGetMobile handles both HTTP and HTTPS, so it is completely secure!

Of course, all of this is customizable, and the graphical interface has been polished for your greater pleasure.

QGetMobile is available in 10 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Finish and Dutch !


Remember that it is FORBIDDEN to download illegal stuff, and I can't be held responsible for what you download with my software!


Detailed Features



QGetMobile is available on the Apple AppStore, on the Windows Phone MarketPlace, on the Nokia OVI Store and on the Google Android Market.




For Windows Mobile 6.x, you can download QGetMobile beta (v0.1) here: QGetMobile-0.1.cab. Simply install it to you phone and enjoy!



If you want to see screenhots of QGetMobile, jump to here!


Sample RSS Feeds

Sample RSS feeds you can add in the settings:




Sample Search Engines

If you would like to add a search engine, you will need to write a regular expression, and fill several fields in the settings. To help you with that, you can use the RegExp Validator application which uses the same algorithm as QGetMobile for regular expressions.

Some search engines are available to be added from the Searcher Settings by specifying the following address in the "Add from URL" text field:

Mininova (v1.4): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/mn

The Pirate Bay (All) (v1.12): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/tpb (Needs firmware 3.7.0)

The Pirate Bay (Video) (v1.12): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/tpbv (Needs firmware 3.7.0)

BT Junkie (v1.4): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/btj

isoHunt (v1.4): http://dev.patey.net/qgetmobile/ih

Demonoid (v1.5.1): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/dem

ExtraTorrent (v1.8): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/et

FrenchTorrentDB (v1.9): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/ftdb

Kickass Torrents (v1.12): http://dev.patey.net/synoload/kat (Needs firmware 3.7.0)

NB: Be sure to check your QGetMobile version, otherwise search engine may not work. The indicated version is the minimum version of QGetMobile

NB: The Pirate Bay doesn't work anymore because of magnet links not handled by QNAP...

If you can't manage to add your own, don't hesitate to contact me for help!


Happy download!

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