9gag scraper that is allowing you to scrape and download images and videos in bulk, directly to your PC.


If you ever tried to scrape 9gag you should know by now how hard it is to do it.

Not because there are no free scraping tools available but simply because 9gag is constantly upgrading its security and they just stop working or are being blocked by the site’s scripts.

Luckily, there is a brand new tool – Gag Reflex!

Unlike other scrapers/bots, this tool is emulating real user actions. A user who is actually browsing the website and downloading images and videos.

They can’t block users from doing that, right? Well, they also can’t block the tool, as it is imitating real user interactions.

The smart move here is that instead of using a headless (hidden) browser – Gag Reflex is using an actual browser window, a window that you can see. And this is why 9gag can’t spot/determine if a bot is downloading the images and videos.

I made a quick video of the scraper. The quality is not that good, but you can get the idea behind it. The tool is working really fast and can download 100’s of images and videos in a few minutes.

Your free 9gag scraper download is coming with unlimited free upgrades.

In this version, you can specify what should be downloaded (images, videos, or both) and you can select a category that you would like to scrape.

Currently, NSFW content can’t be scaped, as authentication is required. This will be fixed in the upcoming version and NSFW content will not be a problem anymore.

The 9gag scraper is tested on 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 10.

So, sit back, relax, and let it download everything for you!

As always don’t hesitate to contact me, if you have any suggestions by using this Contact form.


Ryan · January 28, 2021 at 16:49

No luck trying this on window 10 on 1/26/20. A 200MB download, which forces an “updater” to run for a bit using high resources, before a blank window appears.

    Sloppy · January 29, 2021 at 11:25

    I’m sorry to hear that!
    Are there any errors?
    Could you attach a screenshot, or a video, so I could have a look and fix it?

      Ryan · January 30, 2021 at 06:36

      Thanks for getting back, I’ll send you the information in the contact form

    Sloppy · January 29, 2021 at 11:37

    Just tested it on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
    version: 20H2
    build: 19042.746

    It is running as expected, please provide me with your OS version and build number.
    There shouldn’t be any problems under Windows 10.

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