Last Updated on: 22nd February 2020, 06:50 pm
Subcategory: Download Managers
Platform: Android, BSD, Linux, OS X, Windows
Programing language: C, GTK
First release: January 2003
uGet – an open source download manager application for GNU/Linux developed with GTK+, which also comes packaged as a portable Windows app.
uGet uses very few resources while at the same time packs an unparalleled powerful feature set. These features include a Queue, Pause/Resume, Multi-Connection (with adaptive segment management), Mirrors (multi-source), Multi-Protocol, Advanced Categorization, Clipboard Monitor, Batch Downloads, Individualized Category Default Settings, Speed Limiting, Total Active Downloads Control, and so much more!
Features: multiple parallel streams for download acceleration, Download Queue, Pause & Resume downloads, Advanced Category Management, Browser Integration, Clipboard Monitoring, Batch Downloads, localized into 23 Languages.
uGet was originally a GTK+2 based application that worked on various GTK+2 based distributions but in 2011 was upgraded to GTK+3 in anticipation of the technology advancement in the Linux Desktop.
The uGet project founder is C.H. Huang.