Had enough of scene release indexing sites? We’re not quite done yet – here’s another one. iReleases is a new direct download link indexer for scene releases. As most of the sites of its genre do, iReleases organizes latest movie, music, TV series and other zero day releases pre’d by groups in the warez scene and indexes them along with download links and public torrent links. For hard core private tracker fans, torrent links will mostly be useless as they point to public sites. There are however multiple DDL links for each release, with file hosted on services such as FileSonic and FileServe. iReleases being one of the newer DDL sites sports a streamlined look and feel which resembles that of a web 2.0 startup.
Being a relatively newly launched site, iReleases is one of the new generation DDL sites with a modernized look and feel similar to Mukki.org, DirectDownload.TV and MovieSociety which we recently featured. It has been online for around one and a half months but already indexes 15000+ scene releases which is pretty impressive.
iReleases comes with some useful features such as easy access to torrent and DDL links via two buttons next to release title, unique and customized detailed description pages (content changes depending on the type of releases i.e. if it’s a music album genre and bitrate info will be displayed, if it’s a TV show screen caps and other related info will appear), easy switch between release categories using main toolbar, category based RSS feeds, live updates on Twitter and more.
iReleases seems to be using an auto uploader bot to upload indexed scene releases to DDL sites. Usually there are FileSonic and FileServe links present for even the newest of indexed items. Older and popular releases get additional links thanks to user submissions.
Best part about iReleases is that you don’t need to register to use the site. Everything from browsing the main index to viewing download links can be done by guests with no strings attached.
[Click Here] to visit iReleases.org.
Special thanks to Kyle for the heads up.