uGet 1.10.4 / 1.99.3 Dev
Features at a glance
The application’s main features are download queue, download resume, advanced download categories, clipboard monitor, batch downloads, support for multiple connections, FTP login and anonymous FTP support, download scheduler.
Additionally, it can be integrated into the Mozilla Firefox web browser via the FlashGot extension, provides a quiet mode, robust keyboard shortcuts, CLI/Terminal usage support, folder auto-creation, download history management, multi-language support, Aria2 plugin, and the ability to shutdown the computer when the downloads are finished.
Features a familiar user interface
It features a familiar user interface, written in GTK+, that is very similar to the one of the uTorrent BitTorrent client. It’s comprised of a Category sidebar, a summary section, and the main section, where it displays the currently downloading files. The Category sidebar features only the Home category, which includes Active, Queuing, Finished and Recycled sections. However, users can add new categories from the Category menu.
When adding a new download, the application will provide users with numerous options, such as where to save the file, add referrers, authentication, set the download status (paused or active), set retry limit and delay, add proxy, add a custom cookie or post file, change user agent, set maximum upload and download speeds, and enable or disable retrieving of timespace.
Designed for GNOME
Though it was designed for the GNOME desktop environment, uGet can also be used as any other standalone application on various open source window managers, where GTK+ is installed, including KDE, Xfce, LXDE, Openbox, Fluxbox or Enlightenment.
If you download many files on a daily basis and you have finally decided that a download manager is required for your tasks, please give uGet a try today. Who knows, it may become your favorite app!
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 11th, 2014
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- "Enable offline mode on startup" is workable now.
- Don't do completion action if user stop download manually.
Application descriptionuGet is an open source and cross-platform application that can be used as a download manager tool under Linux, Windows...