Spectre Browser was created in 2019 and has established itself as part of the company Spectre. This company has released a lot of bots/tools to the market and Spectre browser being one of them. Spectre desktop has seen decent success since its release and the users have all they need within the bot to go for any type of browser related release. They tend to restock through their designated twitter page (@Spectre_AIO) and tend to sell out quickly.
Spectre Browser does well as a browser-centric bot and generally speaking has some great success. The features within are quite simple and allow users to attain success somewhat easily. Spectre Browser is a standalone browser and not a simple Chrome extension that opens different session windows.
Spectre Browser Overview
Spectre Browser has the features you would expect of a browser focused bot, allowing the users to incorporate their own billing profiles, proxies and URL for every task. Users have the ability to run multiple tasks across multiple browser profiles and windows. That is what can make these tools such as Spectre Browser so successful on big queue releases. All of the sessions that the browser creates and puts on the site’s queue increase your chances of getting through the queue faster.
Spectre Browser Settings Page
On this page within the bot we can load proxies into the bot that we can use in association with our tasks, with this we can also manage our discord webhook configuration so if we do secure success it would be directed to the webhook. We can also check for updates by pressing the button on this page and deactivate our licence for the bot.
Spectre Browser Billing page
On this page we can manage our billing profiles that we can use with our tasks. We can import or export profiles if we wish using the two buttons at the top right and also create a profile taking us to the creation screen by clicking the green addition button. Once a billing profile has been successfully created it will then appear here in the form of a card showing a bunch of details so you can differentiate it from other billing profiles that you create. On each profile you can see the last 4 digits of your card, name, expiry date, card type and the billing profile name.
Task Creation Page
Spectre Browser Task Creation page
On this page we can utilise everything we have mentioned above to create a task within the bot. We would first need a URL to direct our task, once you have entered this then we can select a proxy from the ones we loaded earlier and select a profile from the dropdown that is available. We can choose to toggle safe mode if we wish and when we are done we can hit the save task button to create the task.
Tasks Viewing Page
Spectre Browser Tasks Viewing Page
On this page we can view all our created tasks from the task creation page. Per task we can see the ID of the task, the current URL of the task (this would change as it goes through the website) and the status. The proxy indicator will turn green if the task is utilizing a proxy and we also have two buttons which delete the task and duplicate the task if we wish to do that. The button at the top of the page allows us to delete tasks, push a mass link change to our tasks, equalize all our tasks and add a new task.
In terms of support Spectre browser has a Discord server where all users can find guides for each supported release and they also get general messages in relation to the releases to make sure users are ready for the drop. They have a ticket system integrated into the discord to give users a 1 on 1 support experience if they need it after reading the documentation.
Where does Spectre Browser rank among other browser bots?
Spectre Browser is a decent bot that gets moderate success for its userbase. Spectre Browser’s pricing is quite reasonable compared to other browser bots and its simplicity make it a great option for those just getting started or for anyone looking for a great tool for queue releases like Yeezy Supply and Adidas.
Supported sites: Browser related releases.
Platforms: Windows, Mac