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Raptr

Raptr is a free social networking website and computer program targeted towards video game players.

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Raptr is a free social networking website and computer program targeted towards video game players. Raptr is similar to other social networking websites. Users can add video games to their profile, as well as track game play time and achievements, share reviews, game related information, and game activity. Raptr lets users publish their gaming accomplishments to sites like Twitter, FriendFeed, and Facebook.

The Raptr client, which is a downloadable application for Microsoft Windows, supports AIM, Yahoo! Instant Messenger, GTalk, Windows Live Messenger, Xfire, ICQ and Facebook Chat protocols. It also includes other features such as game/achievements tracking, in-game overlay, and game management. More Info »

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Raptr was added by Rajliv in Apr 2010 and the lastest update was made in Oct 2012. There is a history of activites on Raptr in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Raptr or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam.
 
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No Google+ Support

Negative Comment by DazzaJayF about Raptr Jun 2013

Users have been asking for G+ support for well over a year now. Raptr devs keep making excuses.

https://getsatisfaction.com/raptr/topics/google-7xexs?utm

 
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Avoid!!!

Negative Comment by bjornhallberg about Raptr Oct 2012

Was initially happy with the service but my opinion of the company changed dramatically when I was banned. Admitting to "piracy" on the forum (when asking for a new game detection scheme) is enough to get you thrown out, not just from their forum but from the service itself. No second chances, no appeals. It is clear that these people are a bunch of fascists who like to suck up to big gaming.

Better to go with Evolve. Their game detection scheme is neutral in the sense that it doesn't discriminate against any potential sources for games. It just works. No need to detect a game or beg some fascist mods to add it to a list.

 
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Only thing missing now is a server browser! They should really make that prior.. because that's one of the reasons people stick with xfire.

 



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