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Anyone have any experience with [salesbotdepop.com](salesbotdepop.com)? They charge you £75 per month for the service or £699 per year that lets you automatically follow masses, repost items and and message people. Anyone have any pros/cons of the service or anything they wish it did?
What to do when your mobile game gets spammed with 1 star bot reviews?
Just simply, what do you find is an effective way to deal with 1 star spam bot reviews on Google Play (10+ in one instance)? We know that Google has a heavier weighting on negative reviews therefore in some instances it takes 5 positive reviews to outweigh 1 negative review. We also know that the reporting system for reviews is not the best.
My first review of PD got pretty good feedback, and a bot that was requested a fair amount was Wrath. I was going to do a different bot before this, but as I began to write that review, Wrath pushed a huge update and I switched gears. With all that being said, here is my review of Wrath! NOTE: The following opinions are my own. Reviews are purely based on my own experience, and not others' experiences with the bot. I am not accountable for your success or failure with a particular bot. Bots change constantly, so reviews may be inaccurate if read at a later date. Overview: Wrath is a very good, very clean, very easy, and very successful AIO bot. With its recent success in the last month or so, prices have increased 5 fold. With strong success across all platforms, it has skyrocketed to become one of the best bots available. Personally, this is one of my favorite bots to use, if not my favorite. Best sites:
Literally every site not named Supreme that it supports.
Supreme could use a little bit of TLC.
Features: If you read my last PD review, this section is going to be very different. PD has every feature you could imagine, and Wrath, for the most part, doesn't. However, it doesn't need it. It does have some nice ones, just not nearly as many. The bot opens to a really useful and clean looking statistics page, where you can view past orders, success, and failures. It also shows you how much you've spent per month, a really great way to keep track of spending. Task grouping was added literally hours ago, and it's a great feature to have. You can change delays on a group basis, and it definitely helps keep everything organized. Wrath does support mass variants, making it easier to use variants, a nice touch. And AYCD Autosolve support is a nice touch on top too. (NOTE: Autosolve came out of beta this week, check out aycd.io if you want to learn more. Not a sponsorship, but I really like this tool). The best feature, by far and away, is on-demand cookies. I can't begin to describe how much I appreciate not having to generate cookies manually. Moving forward, I would like to see quicktasks be additionally supported through a dashboard, so that it doesn't require the bot and quicktask device to be on the same network. Ease of use: Wrath might be the easiest bot I've ever used. With a clean UI, it is so easy to just plug in keywords/links/variants, set delays, run tasks, and cook. I'm going to keep this short and sweet because it doesn't need much more than that, but a 6-year-old could run this bot. Support Another major difference between Wrath and PD shows here. Wrath has very few users. If I remember correctly, it's just over 1000. This makes it really easy to get support. The support team is very knowledgable, and always prompt with responses. It's not uncommon for Jason, the developer himself, to offer support too. I'm going to give Jason his own section in this review a bit later on, because he deserves it. Let's cross that bridge when we get there. Negatives There aren't really many negatives here. The only thing I could say, is that when the bot flops, it flops hard. This really isn't a concern as it doesn't happen often. However, on the rare occasion it does, I'm talking about not a single checkout across the entire userbase. Also I've had some issues with the in-bot proxy tester. For me it's not really accurate, and often doesn't work. Most people use the FOGLDN proxy tester anyway, though, so who cares about this. Other stuff: I want to just talk about the developer Jason for a little bit. I've had a few brief conversations with him, and he's one of my favorite guys in the sneaker community. For those of you who don't know, Jason is a 15-year-old who runs Wrath by himself. Not to get all corny, but that's inspiring to me. He works harder than anyone I know, and wants the best for his customers. I think he has a ton of potential to grow Wrath into something we can't imagine. Seriously, I can't say enough about him. Such a good dude. This probably won't be important to many of you, but as a graphic designer I figured I'd throw this in there. The UI of the bot is really nice. It's super clean, easy to use, and intuitive. If I'm being really nitpicky, I preferred the UI in the last update, but the minor changes that have been made won't keep me up at night either. Summary: Wrath is a great bot. Of what I consider the "big three" (Cyber, Kodai, Wrath) at this moment in time it is probably the least powerful, but I believe it'll be on top eventually. It's easy to use for beginners, and provides a lot of power for experienced users. I'd highly recommend Wrath to anyone with deep enough pockets. TLDR:
*Value compares the success of the bot against its current resale price.
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