I use this all the time, but.. I use it remotely to a server.in order to move my files around, I have to go into each torrent and manually change directories for each. It would be great if i could multi select and move files in bulk from the main screen, and not have to go into each one and do them one by one so slowly. Also, always so many error connections...
Not as good as it could have been I usuanny proxy pass deluge webui as a subpath and can't use this app when I'm not in my home network. More of a feature request to add custom port number and subpath in connection settings for deluge than anything. Other than that, great app.
Unfortunately doesn't work for Deluge servers. Kicks back "Error during Communication. Check connection" Connection is fine. Triple checked. Entered setup as best I could but only a tutorial for utorrent is available. If I can build and maintain a Linux server you would think this would be easy.
Like it so far Only use it in home network and so far no issues. Just one thing - the pop up status change notification at bottom of screen hides controls. It should be above the controls or whatever.
Great idea, but this app failed to connect to my Deluge Daemon no matter what I tried doing. There is non-existant help for this app, and the "setup guides" on the site are mostly vaporware. The server configuration screen isn't very user-friendly, it took me a while to realize the port entry was at the top. Not that it helped. Sad, because I really wanted to be able to add and manage my Deluge 1.3.x from my tablet.
Great but a lot of connection issues Great app but looses connection and sometimes i can't even connect to my deluge server, same on all my phones and tablets. But webui with browser on deluge works without any issue. Same issue on all these devices Nexus 5/5x/7/10
- Runtime permission request bugfix
- Fixed icons in RSS screen
- Allow uTorrent folder for reverse proxy
- Force recheck for qBittorent
- Small fixes in UI
- Updated translations