LinkSnappy

LinkSnappy is a Cyprus-based debrid service that allows users to download files from more than 70 hosts including Rapidgator, Uploaded.net, Turbobit, Filejoker, Filefactory and others.

The company offers a media player, JDownloader integration and a Chrome plugin.

It does not have a built-in VPN but promises secure data transfers and IP-protection to ensure digital privacy.

The company has four types of subscription packages, with the 30-day plan starting at $12.99 per month. It accepts payments using credit/debit cards, Paysafecard, Bitcoins, WebMoney and some unique Russian payment methods.

  • Video streaming
  • Great design and layout
  • More than 70 hosters
  • Only mediocre speed
  • Price
  • Lower layers of protection

Conclusion

LinkSnappy is a premium link generator that looks and works great. The speed measured was not highest and more layers of protection also would not hurt. However, we would recommend LinkSnappy despite a higher price tag.

Best rated LinSnappy alternatives:

1. MyDebrid.com

Read the full review here

MyDebrid won our hearts with its simplicity and mainly with the fact that it works as it should.


2. Twojlimit.pl

Twojlimit debrid review

Read full review here

If you get over minor bugs, terrible design, and Polish symbols, Twojlimit does the job right.



What do you think of LinkSnappy?

There are so many different approaches when it comes down to sharing files using cloud and what is the right fit for one, can be inconvenient for others. Let us know your personal experience in the comments section below is!

5 Comments

5 responses to “LinkSnappy”

  1. beonexu says:

    don’t like that it is quite expensive.. :/

  2. ceticia says:

    Last time I have problem with sign in to my profile, can you tell me where is problem?

  3. alexij973 says:

    liked russian payment methods, Спасибо (thanks)!

  4. Alice Wilford says:

    I had problem with some hosters, the speed limit and lot of times just happened that it frozed. Can you please just check it?

  5. Manson9273 says:

    i am just thinking if you could do more with layers of protection, as for me it is only one bad point..

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