Kage AIO is claims to be the #1 purchase automation software that is currently CLI based. They currently support Windows & macOS and they are priced at $300 initially followed by a $45 monthly charge, alternatively they also offer lifetime licenses priced at $500 as a one-time payment. You can view their Twitter here as well as their website here too.
Kage AIO Overview
Kage AIO currently support Footlocker as well as Walmart, it is estimated that they have over 400 users currently and they released the bot in October of 2020. Their bot is CLI based at the moment, meaning you have to navigate the bot via commands which we show off within our video on this page. You still have the regular things you would expect from a modern bot such as the ability to create task groups, proxy groups and profile groups.
Kage AIO Creating Tasks
Within Kage AIO, you can create tasks by running the command “create-task”, this will prompt you to select the type of tasks you want to create. You have the option of creating drop site tasks, raffle tasks as well as utilizing the account creator within the bot. Once you select either of those options you go through the task creation process configuring the elements of the task to your needs.
Kage AIO Watching Tasks
Within Kage AIO, once you have created the tasks, you can watch all your tasks when they are going through their process on the site you have configured it for. You can view the quantity of the task you have created, the state, the site you have configured it for, the SKU for the task, the proxy selected for the task and finally, the status.
Kage AIO Help command
Within Kage AIO if you need help using the software, you can enter the command “-h” which will bring up a list of all commands that is within the software. This ranges from the webhook settings of the bot to the the task functions, if you ever need to be familiarized with the bot this is the best command to use.
In terms of support, Kage AIO has a ton available for all of their users. Firstly, it's a pretty easy bot to use, so in terms of navigation most people would be fine using the bot but they do also have written documentation within the bot that you can check out if you need further guidance.
Supported sites: Footsites, Walmart & Collectibles
Platforms: Windows // Mac
Retail: $300 initially followed by $45 per month // $500 as a one time fee