Download uGet 2.0 – Awesome Download Manager For Ubuntu
Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? I hope you are all having a great week! If not, as I always say, Friday is less than 48 hours away, just hang on until then lol, anyway read on…
Today we will focus on a new Ubuntu App that I recently used on my Ubuntu 14.04 laptop. It’s a cool download manager that you can use to download multiple files on your Linux powered computer while also adding in it’s own speed boosters and mirror options. The software is called uGet, below we have more information.
What Is uGet App?
uGet is a lightweight and full-featured Download Manager for Linux and Windows. uGet allows you to download in multiple parallel streams for download acceleration, put files in a Download Queue, Pause & Resume downloads, Advanced Category Management, Browser Integration, Clipboard Monitoring, Batch Downloads, localized into 23 Languages, and many more features.
uGet 2.0 Features List
- curl plugin: added support for multi-thread downloading and mirrors;
- aria2 plugin:
- better BitTorrent and metalink support;
- support for JSON-RPC batch request to improve remote aria2 downloading;
- support for RPC authorization secret token;
- added “split” option to avoid less connections if user specify mirrors;
- implemented individual download speed limiting;
- reduce start-up time;
- added new items to the tray/appindicator menu which allow enabling or disabling the clipboard monitor, set the clipboard monitor to work quietly (start downloads automatically, skipping the properties popup dialog), skip existing URI and more;
- implemented multiple wildcards in Sequential Batch;
- new settings dialog;
- GTK 3.14 fixes;
uGet 2.0 Screenshot
Install uGet 2.0 on Ubuntu Linux
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