The Increaser 2.9
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The program increases visits on the MySpace pages and playback of your audio tracks. Users can change number and length of visits using proxy servers.
The Increaser is a visit-increasing cheat for MySpace users under Windows. The application promises to increase your profile's page visits and your song plays. If you are an artist and need to be exposed to a bigger audience, then, the more visits you have, the more likely it will be that your page becomes featured. The Increaser does not do any magic to achieve this. When you specify your Myspace address and hit start, The Increaser will start opening your Myspace profile page in an inbuilt web browser time after time. In the main window, you will see that there are two fields that you can change: Length of visit and Number of visits. They are pretty much self-explanatory. The first one is important, though. If your visit length is low, then all the recorded visits will look suspicious. You might want to use a 10-15 visit length. When I tried this, I was amazed when it started working. Views started going up and up. However, after 20 or 21 hits completed by the application, the views on Myspace went back to the original number plus one. I realized that Myspace now detects when hits come from a single IP address. To counter that, The Increaser allows you to use proxy servers. Remember that doing this could potentially get your Myspace account deleted. Also, this app's trial lasts for exactly 20 minutes from the moment you install it.
- It is a smart cheat
- It does not work always work
- It is way expensive for something that is not guaranteed to work