An online solution is not an option, it has been discussed in several forums, it's just not possible.
The app was written in PHP just because that was the only language I knew. But that's not the case any more ;)
I'm working on a Python version (multiplatform as well); in fact, is almost done. I just need to find some time and finish it. But I will, I promise.
I know that a PHP app is no for every one. But it started as a personal project, I thought that this might be useful for someone else... so I decided to share it.
Do you really think that this solution is more troublesome that the problem itself? I mean... again, is not for every one, but it takes 5 minutes to setup everything and once it's done, it just works.
Thanks for the feedback, and keep in touch. The desktop version is around the corner.
The idea is good but as a person who used xampp/wamp for server hosting before, the application of it is beyond horrible. You should just make it a simple program or an online solution. Preferably both! I'll probably get it done if I follow your guide but I will NOT get into such trouble no matter how long my searches take... Your solution is simply more troublesome than the problem itself. I highly urge you to make it the way I described. So, me, and many, many other people who have no idea what php server is can use it! There simply isn't a solution to that so far, so please do this if you can.
In fact, if you know how, you can just take "Context Search" extention of Firefox and add multiple-search option to it. It automatically adds sites' search bars without needing to enter a single code, and due to it's nature, it's always up-to-date.
@Guillermo: Ya me pongo en campaña para conseguir cuenta en esos trackers y los agrego.
En cuanto estén, te aviso.
Saludos y gracias por el interés.
¿Podrías añadir HDVNBits, CNHD (ChinaHDTV) y HDCity.org a la lista de trackers?
Bueno, inauguro la sección de feedback.
Espero que la aplicación les sea útil. Cualquier cosa estoy acá para ayudar con lo que pueda.