uGet : Download Manager for Linux

By | October 13, 2014

uGet : Download Manager for Linux

If you familiar with Internet Download Manager on Windows, then you will like uGet Download Manager. uGet is a lightweight, simple and easy to use download manager, written in GTK+. uGet is Open Source, free and very powerful multi-platform that released under GPL License. uGet offers large collection of features such as :

Features

  • Multiple/batch download.
  • Firefox integration.
  • Speed Limiter.
  • Queue Download.
  • Magnet Link Support.
  • Pause/Resume downloads.
  • Clipboard monitoring
  • import download from HTML.
  • and more..

Install uGet

Ubuntu-based

For Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, there is a PPA for install uGet. Open your terminal and add it’s PPA to continue installation :

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:plushuang-tw/uget-stable
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install uget

Debian

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install uget

Fedora

$ sudo yum install uget

Other Distribution

For other distros that not include on the list above, you can download it official from uGet Official Site

uGet is not the only one Download manager for Linux, there is other download managers for Linux, but for me uGet still the best, maybe you have better download manager than uGet ? If yes you can leave a comment or just contact me via Contact Page. Thank You !

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