Raptr Trackr
Preview Status
Discontinued Discontinued
JAVA Linux Microsoft Windows
v2.0 (BIN)
v2.0 (EXE)

Raptr Trackr is a simple cross-platform tool that allows you, in an instant and without even having to open your internet browser, to manually track any game existing in your account on Raptr.com. In other words it's a complete replacement for the “Manually track games” function present on the website.

Here you can find some screenshots of this app and its features (click on them to see the full size):

  • On Windows use the EXE package.
  • About all other Unix distros or Mac:
    1. Install JAVA and reboot your PC.
    2. Download the package containing the binaries (BIN)
    3. Extract the package you just downloaded:
      tar -zxvf raptrtrackr_x.x-x_bin.tar.gz
    4. Enter in the folder just extracted and run the JAR file with JAVA double-clicking on it or typing in a terminal:
      java -jar RaptrTrackr.jar

You can report any bugs or issues, as well as suggestions for enhancements and proposals, using the project's official page on BitBucket.

  • Added a menu bar to organize better the different options
  • Added a settings dialog
  • Added the possibility to login automatically at program's startup
  • Added the possibility to change or delete saved login data
  • Added the possibility to login again without having to close and restart the program
  • Added the possibility to store the last tracked game so the program will select it automatically at next startup
  • Added the possibility to disable the confirm dialog when you track a game
  • First public release
  • Program written in Java and therefore totally cross-platform (Windows, Linux, Mac)
  • Possibility to login using own account on Raptr
  • Login data will be saved and reloaded automatically at next program startup
  • Possibility to choose any game existing in own account on Raptr
  • Possibility to choose any time between 15 minutes and 6 hours (just like on Raptr's website)
  • About Microsoft Windows OS: converted the JAR in EXE for an easier and more direct startup
  • To Oracle for the JAVA language.
  • To Raptr.com for its wonderfull service.
  • To my girlfriend for her patience.